Big, colorful graphical buttons reduce confusion for inexperienced
CNAs. Their attention can remain devoted to caring for your residents
and not be distracted by struggling witin confusing recording interfaces.
Avoid litigation issues, charting will be uniformly used throught the
medical chart. The CNA completes all the assignments on the Flowsheet
using a single screen.
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A revolutionary product to assist the Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA)
to document their patient tasks as they complete their rounds, using
wireless touch screens carried to the resident's room or placed of service/treatment.
The system gives the aides reminders of daily tasks.
Cart or Wall-Mounted Touch Screens
Accurate, complete daily charting is easily accomplished bedside by CNAs,
simultaneous with care, rather than scribbled onto scraps
of paper and entered into the record later. Data is never
lost, and becomes available to other
important functions, such as Care Planning and MDS.
Colorful Intuitive Touch Buttons
Nurses and CNAs, love the colorful, easy-to-understand pictures and intuitive
screens. Users are guided thru the entry process by a series of simple picture
buttons, ensuring that each assigned task is accounted for and errors are
avoided. Like all ADL programs, CNA Assignment incorporates HIPAA-compliant
Record Vital Signs - Optional
The touch screens have a separate window screen to record the vital signs
either manually or directly from a vital sign monitor.
EHR and MDS Integration
Recorded data automatically displays in the MDS module
and appears as a quick reference in MDS's
Lookup function. As the MDS nurse
enters Section G of the MDS, the
system displays a panel of resident's applicable condition
in the last 7, 14, or 30 days, need for assistance, and other important
information. Simply click on the highlighted value to select
the best value for the MDS. If necessary the value can be
The MDS is completed in less time, and with fewer errors. Captured data
immediately becomes part of the resident's Electronic Health Record (EHR),
and is available to the shift nurses on their desktop PCs.