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    www Open EMR org www Oemr org OpenEMR com ar Proyecto internacional multilenguaje certificación HIPAA compatibilidad de datos HL7 PHP MySQL Javascript Parte 4 Codificación Facturación Cobranza Contabilidad

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  • pueden ver el calendario completo si se crean automáticamente los encuentros etc Seguridad Contraseñas más exigentes certificados de sitio Notificaciones Envíos por email o SMS a pacientes o colegas Reglas de decisión clínica Cada regla tiene su propia lógica y si se las desea usar deben adaptarse a las necesidades de cada práctica Van desde simples recordatorios hasta cálculos complejos y programación Registros El sistema puede registrar todos los eventos

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    www Open EMR org www Oemr org OpenEMR com ar Proyecto internacional multilenguaje certificación HIPAA compatibilidad de datos HL7 PHP MySQL Javascript Parte 5 Administración

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  • Siglas usadas en OpenEMR | OpenEMR.com.ar - Historia Clínica Digital gratuita
    Measures o MCC Medidas de calidad clínica DOE disnea de ejercicio dysnea on exertion EIN Employer ID number número de identificación de empleador EOB Explanation of Benefits EP Emergency physician ERA Electronic Remittance Advice ETIN Employer Tax Identification Number en EE UU FECA Federal Employees Compensation Act un sistema de seguro médico en EE UU GCAC Cuidado Global y Abarcativo del Aborto Un programa estadounidense de atención del aborto No se traduce porque no existen equivalentes en países hispanoparlantes GCC Gestión de la Calidad Clínica o CQM Clinical Quality Management HAI Healthcare Associated Infections infecciones hospitalarias o infecciones asociadas al cuidado de la salud HIPAA Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act en EE UU HTN Hipertensión LOC loss of consciousness MCA Medidas de cálculo automático NPI National Provider Identifier Número de identificación para prestadores de salud en EE UU PQRI Physician Quality Reporting Initiative PND Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea TIA Transient Ischemic attack VFC Programa Vacunas para Niños Vaccines for Children en EE UU VIS Vaccine Information Statements ZMG A company Vea el artículo anterior para conocer los criterios de traducción utilizados This entry was posted in FAQ Sistema OpenEMR Traducción on May 30 2013 by Admin Post navigation Coexistencia de

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  • OpenEMR - sistema de historia clínica digital de código abierto - Part 4
    for physical or psychological reasons I conceive the near future of medical care as a connected distributed space where only a few persons have direct contact with the patient and a number of consultants examine the relevant data and make recommendations The eHealth paradigm will make medicine ultra specialized a bit de personalized faster and cheaper than today Imagine a situation where a complicated case is exposed to an inexperienced doctor far from a high complexity centre Let s assume that this patient has his data online but physically present doctor does not have a marketplace where to seek advice He can maybe bother a friend once or twice or even pay him But this friend is no assurance of quality availability or price There is not a site where patients or doctors can publish their cases with the necessary EMR and seek advice from online doctors It would be ideal for isolated places where no doctor would visit for second medical opinion and for 3rd World doctors willing to sell their knowledge in the 1st World Such marketplace would implement many mechanisms to validate doctors and to assure quality responses This concept intersects the Verifiable CV business described elsewhere In order to sell services online as Telemedicine doctors will need a little more than a diploma and a license The competition will be intense and they will need to demonstrate their knowledge plus cost efficiency availability response time technology and marketing They will need ability to receive payment in many forms offer guarantee and credit thinks that they very rarely do in the real world in traditional Medicine or even in the many popular TV series that depict the medical world A few forms of knowledge marketplaces within the Health area Business to Consumer markets where the patient demands service offers from all the possible providers Business to Business markets where clinics will find complementary institutions across the Net Auctions and reverse auctions where medical services hours are sold to the best buyer Professional Social Networks which proved their value in other marketplaces These medical knowledge marketplaces should have at least these features access to a reliable online EMR electronic medical record for patients a doctor s database with a critical number of providers in any field These providers do not need to travel to market their knowledge because the transactions are essentially online a companies database ready to buy knowledge on given clinical cases from doctors online These companies will be validated in their contact data and they will be required to pay any services bought thru the marketplace Or face blacklisting quality assurance service for doctors who want to validate their credentials by any necessary mean transaction platform including bidding alert mailing and auction Other features present in current service eMarketplaces forum contests tests quizzes blacklist of those who broke the market rules product offerings group purchases physical meetings This market would be ideal for isolated places where no doctor would visit for second medical opinion and for 3rd World doctors willing to sell their knowledge in the 1st World In the near future it would be nonsensical NOT to have a Medical Knowledge Marketplace This entry was posted in English Product Service Proposals Telemedicine and tagged doctor marketplace health marketplace medical marketplace physician marketplace on January 8 2010 by Admin Medical Marketing Doctors have ethical restrictions for doing marketing and for that reason there are Patient Referral Services that with supposed objectivity advice patients as to which doctor to go They have existed for a long time but the web based ones are easier to run more efficient and have wider reach Medical Marketing can sell the previous two medical businesses EMR and Telemedicine They can first convince the patients that they need an EMR in order to recommend a specialist or sub specialist In order to produce the EMR a medical assistant and probably a doctor are necessary so this is already Telemedicine Once the patients have an online EMR a remote doctor can provide some advice maybe suppressing the original need for a physical encounter with a doctor Medical Marketing is currently applied to clinics or health organizations within a certain geographical area However some services are likely to be sold internationally like Dentistry laser eye optic correction all kinds of cosmetic surgery and controversial surgeries like abortion in vitro fertilization cloning sex change or virginity restoration Here in Argentina there are several opportunities for that and the country already receives lots of Health Tourists Let s do a simple math to find the balance point a round trip airfare from North to South America can cost U D 1200 and 3 days hotel maybe 200 more Procedures that are not covered by medical insurance and cost over 2000 in the US are likely to cost from 20 to 40 here Personal View A step further would be to fit a boat with medical facilities and Argentine or other qualified and inexpensive doctors and approach her to the coasts of Miami or London The boat could carry the flag of some Medical Malpractice paradise like Ruanda or Etiopia To round off the project we need a country that allows alcohol and casinos Convalescence does not need to be boring If patients do not come to you you go to the patients This entry was posted in English Product Service Proposals Telemedicine and tagged health in the web marketing online medical e marketing medical marketing on January 5 2010 by Admin Telemedicine Telemedicine refers to any medical action done at a distance For some tasks this is a very easy and does not really need the physical doctor patient contact Or the contact can be replaced by video cameras and touch sensitive data gloves For instance interpreting EKG EEG or X Ray images is often done with the hard data alone Actually starting a marketplace for those interpretations could be a still virgin starting point With Medicine going more and more the way of biochemical

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    3 0 Brazil Buenos Aires Georgetown GMT 2 0 Mid Atlantic GMT 1 0 Azores Cape Verde Islands GMT 0 0 Western Europe Time London Lisbon Casablanca GMT 1 0 Brussels Copenhagen Madrid Paris GMT 2 0 Kaliningrad South Africa GMT 3 0 Baghdad Riyadh Moscow St Petersburg GMT 3 5 Tehran GMT 4 0 Abu Dhabi Muscat Baku Tbilisi GMT 4 5 Kabul GMT 5 0 Ekaterinburg Islamabad Karachi

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    GMT 12 0 Eniwetok Kwajalein GMT 11 0 Midway Island Samoa GMT 10 0 Hawaii GMT 9 0 Alaska GMT 8 0 Pacific Time US Canada GMT 7 0 Mountain Time US Canada GMT 6 0 Central Time US Canada Mexico City GMT 5 0 Eastern Time US Canada Bogota Lima GMT 4 0 Atlantic Time Canada Caracas La Paz GMT 3 5 Newfoundland GMT 3 0 Brazil Buenos Aires Georgetown GMT 2 0 Mid Atlantic GMT 1 0 Azores Cape Verde Islands GMT 0 0 Western Europe Time London Lisbon Casablanca GMT 1 0 Brussels Copenhagen Madrid Paris GMT 2 0 Kaliningrad South Africa GMT 3 0 Baghdad Riyadh Moscow St Petersburg GMT 3 5 Tehran GMT 4 0 Abu Dhabi Muscat Baku Tbilisi GMT 4 5 Kabul GMT 5 0 Ekaterinburg Islamabad Karachi Tashkent GMT 5 5 Bombay Calcutta Madras New Delhi GMT 6 0 Almaty Dhaka Colombo GMT 7 0 Bangkok Hanoi Jakarta GMT 8 0 Beijing Perth Singapore Hong Kong GMT 9 0 Tokyo Seoul Osaka Sapporo Yakutsk GMT 9 5 Adelaide Darwin GMT 10 0 Eastern Australia Guam Vladivostok GMT 11 0 Magadan Solomon Islands New Caledonia GMT 12 0 Auckland Wellington Fiji Kamchatka Horario

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