SOAPware can uniquely deliver an immediate increase in productivity… either to see more patients or spend less time in the practice.
• The doctor’s computer use can be minimal to none
• Uniquely meets the need to capture data
• Immediately improves the quality of life and quality of care for doctors and patients
Unfortunately, the alternative is to choose between the following monsters…
Doctrollus – turns doctors into data entry trolls
Doctrollus forces doctors to pay more attention to computers and less attention to patients. This is the opposite of what is needed and possible.
SOAPware has an unsurpassed flexibility to not only match current office workflow, but it then allows for doctors to incrementally delegate most of the data management to be performed by others. Other systems force the doctor to enter and manage the data in cumbersome, inflexible and artificial fashions that rarely reflect the true nature of the doctor-patient experience.
Enslavus – robs doctors of their free time.
Enslavus is the monster that causes doctors to spend hours with him after they are finished seeing patients.
SOAPware delivers methods and workflows so that the documentation is consistently completed as the doctor leaves the exam room.
Hemsucus – sucks the life blood out of medical practices
Hemsucus forces doctors to see fewer patients because they are spending more time with him.
SOAPware allows doctors to see more patients with less work than when paper charts are used.
Rubishus – turns medical records into mostly rubbish
Rubishus turns medical records into pages of mostly garbage. He forces the use of templates and “canned” text that is all but meaningless to doctors. It makes medical records less useful.
SOAPware’s unique SMARText creates more normal, human-readable medical records while, in the background, capturing the necessary data needed for analysis and reporting.
Alchemus – tricks doctors into thinking narrative free text is gold
Dictation and simple, free-text typing into medical records can’t be used for data mining and reporting. While doctors can read it, information systems can’t. Doctors end up producing lead instead of gold, and they are tricked by Alchemus into not being able to understand the difference between the two.
SOAPware allows the medical record to display normal text within documentation just like in paper charts. However, in the background, the text in SOAPware charts can be coded to be used in data analysis and meaningful use reporting. No other low cost or “free” EMR/EHR systems can support this crucial need at this time. In other words, SOAPware does not force doctors to have to go outside of their normal workflows and click through pick lists to enter coded information.
Cephinsandus – tricks doctors into thinking it will all go away
Cephinsandus is the monster that convinces physicians into thinking they do not want to make the transition to electronic records. This beast robs them of the very tools that can now make their lives better.
SOAPware users would typically quit practicing rather than quit using SOAPware. They view SOAPware as removing, rather than adding to their burdens.