Healthcare Technology

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Healthcare Technology by Mind Map: Healthcare Technology

1. Scheduling

1.1. This allows office employees, or patients, to make appointments via laptops, mobile devices, or telephone.

2. Patient Portal

2.1. Allow access to a patients medical information including, but not limited to: treatments, insurance information, medications, and medical history.

3. Electronic Records (EMRs, EHRs, PHRs)

3.1. Records, that are available on computers, laptops, and mobile devices that track a patients medical information, identifies patients for office visits.

3.2. Improves patient care overall

3.3. Records that are available in real-time, are available for instant updating or changes, and is technologically secured.

3.4. Information provided within: medical information, previous diagnoses, past surgical history, medicine allergies, and past and current treatment plans.

4. Medical Billing

4.1. Technology that allows patients to pay current medical bills, track current payments that are due, and avoid any missed payments.

5. Computerized Disease Registries

5.1. Technology used to track diseases, in order to create treatment plans, track death rates, and prevent future epidemics.

5.2. Supports the management of care for patients suffering from diseases such as: Coronary heart disease, lung diseases, asthma, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, or liver diseases.

6. Electronic Prescriptions

6.1. Digital version or prescription medication

6.2. Helps to prevent the theft of paper prescriptions and helps to prevent the over-prescribing of narcotic medications.

7. Tele-health Apps

7.1. Allows patients to connect with physicians after-hours, and from the comfort of their own homes

7.2. Allows patients to access medical information without having to go see a physician at their office, or without going to an emergency room.

7.3. Allows physicians to see a patient, through video conferencing, without them having to be inside of an exam room.

7.4. Cuts down on misinformation through telephone consulting.

8. Practice Management

8.1. Software that allows the tracking of the day-to-day operations, such as billing, appointments, scheduling practices, or any other administrative tasks in health clinics, hospitals, and other health care facilities.