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We are excited to announce the availability of Punjabi and Bengali Prescription support in MyOPD.
Here are sample Prescriptions generated from MyOPD.
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Payments is a challenge Doctors and Patients are facing as a result of Demonitisation. With the Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 gone, digital payments are certainly the way forward. However, till the systems get set, Doctors require a way to give credits to their patients so that Patients can pay later and Doctors don’t lose track of who hasn’t paid.
MyOPD allows Doctors to track credit given to Patients by using the Outstanding Payment feature. Doctors can accept zero or part payment. Balance would then reflect in the Patient’s account which can be settled on either the next visit or any time later.
So you are thinking of migrating your existing software to a newer software.
You should talk to your new vendor to see how much of existing data can be transferred to the new EMR. Your new software should be able to capture all or part of existing –
- Patient Details (Name, Address, Phone number)
- One or more visits for Patient
- Existing Drug Database
- Prescription for each Visit
- Investigations recommended in each visit along with investigation reports for those investigations
- Procedures done on Patient
Steps in Migration
- Provide Existing Sample Data: You would have to provide sample data from your existing software so that the import to new software can be verified. Existing sample data can be in a XML or CSV format
- Developing Migration Software: Based on your existing sample data, a migration software can be developed. You may be charged by your new vendor for this activity.
- Migration Verification: Once the migration of sample data completes, you should be able to see old data in the form of new software. Make sure the data provided matches exactly with what was provided. For e.g: Patient details (Name, Date of birth etc) should be exactly the same in the new software. Visit Dates, Prescriptions for visits should match. Consider matching random details for patient by comparing existing and new software. If you find a mismatch, ask the vendor to correct it. If it cannot be corrected, get satisfactory explanation on why it cannot be corrected. Understand the risk of not having certain items transferred to the new software.
Once you are fully satisfied that the data can be successfully migrated, let go of your old software. Till then, you can keep using it if data is important to you.
Post Migration Support
Check if the team helping you with migration is capable of providing you post migration support. This is important as you may hit an unforeseen issue as a result of migration activity. In such situation, you need a helping hand with you.
In the end, you don’t want to pay for migration services only to discover few months down the line that the migration did not happen properly and shows wrong data for your patients.
You can consider getting data from your existing software to MyOPD. Get in touch with us to find more about how this can be done.
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One of the common questions Doctors ask us is – Is my data safe within your cloud backup? Who has access to our data?
These are very important issues and we have strict adherence to policies to help us provide you the level of service and transparency you would expect.
So in this post, let’s look at how is your data accessed, when and by whom?
We were having a regular day at office. Thinking about what to do next for our Doctors and discussion around multiple possibilities.
A frantic call from Dr. Manoj Katariya, one of our client set the tone for the day. Dr. Katariya’s computer was refusing to start. Dr. Katariya was worried about his practice data. Rightly so, he had just finished entering around 5000+ patients and multiple visits in them. The computer was shown to the hardware vendor. The guy recommended a format. Rarely have I seen guys troubleshooting the system and resolving an issue without a format. Format seems to be the easiest way out to fix a problem.
We are introducing a new category in our blog, Booster Dose. Here we talk to Doctors within the MyOPD Community on varied topics which would interest fellow Doctors as well as other readers.
In the first article of Booster Dose, we interacted with Dr. Mayuresh Joshi, Physician in Panvel, Maharashtra.
Dr. Mayuresh Joshi on Software for Doctors
Team MyOPD: Why did you choose a Practice management software?
Dr. Joshi: Keeping records of patients treated by me is very necessary, we use to maintain case papers for last many years but for futuristic “paperless” procedure and to make the daily working easy, I chose this software.
Great, you have made a great choice to use of clinic software for practice. In this article, we make an effort to guide you through the process for selecting a clinic software.
Firstly, have a clear understanding. Whether you would want to use a system without internet access or with internet? Each of these systems provide you advantages and disadvantages over one another. We will explore those in this article.