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Anaesthtic Card for iPad Overview:

The Anaesthetic Card Application is a mobile App that runs on an iPad.
The program on the iPad enables anaesthetists to create and save the same card information they previously recorded manually on paper cards only now fully electronically directly on their iPad. More than just being able to record the information on an electronic card, the electronic card has built in intelligence to assist the anaesthetist to complete the card quickly and effectively.

Some of the built in intelligent features include pre-defined pick lists for quick selection of information such as doctors names, hospitals and health funds, fields for recording and computing time, pre-emptive selection of MBS codes based on convention and time, search and look up lists for locating and quick identification of MBS codes and automatic computation of the charges based on the selection of the Charge Method.

Importantly, the card application also provides for the photographing and storing of the Hospital Label.

The card application on the iPad produces an electronic card which exactly replicates the form and function of the old manual card system. Each Electronic Card generated by the anaesthetist is stored on the iPad where is can be viewed, reviewed and edited as required until the card is ready to be sent to the Administration Function for processing (billing).

The iPad Anaesthetic Card Program is able to store up to 60 cards at any time. Once a card is completed and is deemed ready for processing by the anaesthetist, the card is sent electronically, either individually or as part of a batch of cards to the Electronic Filing Cabinet (EFC) where the Administration Function is able to view the cards and to process them. Cards sent to the EFC should be deleted from the iPad by each anaesthetists to make space for their new cards.

The EFC is a secure multi-user electronic filing cabinet in the cloud. The EFC will receive all the cards sent from each anaesthetists iPad and file them for viewing and processing in each anaesthetists electronic filing cabinet, respectively.

Anaesthetists are able to log into their own EFC account and view all their own Cards in their own filing cabinet using any device (mobile or PC) which runs a browser. Administrative staff who are responsible for processing the cards are able to log into the EFC from their PC using a browser and view all Anaesthetist’s EFC accounts and associated filing cabinets and process them accordingly.

The EFC supports powerful filing capabilities and functionality which will assist in the locating, viewing, filing, organising, communicating and processing of the electronic cards it receives.

Since the EFC is able to store all cards it receives indefinitely, no cards need ever be deleted from the system. The EFC supports a number of different export capabilities, one of which enables anaesthetists to export the essential information contained on each card in a defined range and to use the exported data to generate meaningful reports.



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