MedicalDirector adds Standard Practice widget to sidebar

Clinical and practice management software vendor MedicalDirector has added a new widget for users of the Standard Practice document management system to the MedicalDirector Sidebar.

Standard Practice markets what it calls an intelligent document management framework that allows practices to keep important documents, files and reference materials, as well as policy and procedure manuals, in a centralised repository.

It also has an integrated task management module that lets practice managers define, schedule and assign responsibility for routine tasks, as well as resources to help with compliance and accreditation.

MedicalDirector users who have a Standard Practice licence will now be able to access the framework and task list through the widget.

MedicalDirector CEO Phil Offer said practices using the solution have seen notable improvements in practice efficiency and processes.

Katrina Otto, owner of Train IT Medical and approved MedicalDirector trainer, said having practice policies and procedures integrated into MedicalDirector would be a significant practice efficiency improvement.

“Rather than staff searching for written instructions or accreditation folders we can now have relevant practice information such as policies, procedures and instructions accessible directly from MedicalDirector,” Ms Otto said.

“This integrated solution enables us not only fast access to relevant information but we can also be assured staff are accessing the most up-to-date protocols.”

The widget provides access to documents, files and reference materials and enables daily tasks to be viewed and signed off from the task list directly via the MedicalDirector Sidebar.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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