Patients aren’t just people; they come with reams of data that’s essential to their treatment. But tracking it isn’t easy, especially when you’re dealing with multiple facilities, changing providers, and enough paper forms to decimate a small forest.
Dharma puts both population and patient data at your fingertips. Healthcare providers can easily enter and access information about everything from epidemiological trends to individual patient records – all in real time. Which means that administrators get more accurate data, providers save time and effort, and patients can feel confident that their records don’t require a key to decipher.
Electronic health records systems can be challenging at best, especially for small facilities without existing enterprise-level systems. But no matter the location or level of connectivity, Dharma allows providers to create a HIPAA-compliant, lightweight cloud-based system that includes individual patient records, tracked over time, and requires no fancy network installation or server configuration. Healthcare workers can both enroll patients and manage their files, even from mobile devices; administrators can analyze aggregate data and view population trends. You can even create forms in one language and deploy them in another, so no matter where your hospitals are based, clinicians and administrators both have access to the data they need to make decisions.
Today’s healthcare networks rely on information from their hospitals and clinics to ensure that they’re providing high-quality care to the people they serve. But collecting data on population demographics, treatments provided, and outcomes across a region can be a challenge – especially when different types of facilities are involved. With Dharma, it’s easy to monitor hospitals, clinics, and mobile healthcare centers, whether they’re around the corner or around the globe.
In-home patients need chronic disease monitoring, medication management, routine check-ups, and other services performed regularly. With Dharma, you can standardize and streamline the data collection process for busy home health aides with full caseloads. And aggregate-level data analysis enables you to get the full picture of trends affecting the populations you serve.