Fairfield, California, USA, March 12, 2021 – Visualize Medical Records 2.0 leverages toolbars built into Adobe Acrobat (t.m) for dynamic searching, sorting, and review of the medical record.
Comment boxes can be sorted in the form that suits the user’s requirement. The following options were taken into account:
- Page Number
- Check-mark Status
Comment box sorting by Page Number
All the comments are sorted in order of page number. These are not in order of chronology. This is the order in which the documents were received from the provider. The authors (signing physicians), dates, report types are all random.
Comment box sorting by Author
Comment box sorting by Date
Comment box sorting by Event type
This is a very interesting option to verify compliance and treatment gaps and/or missing records. If a client has undergone cancer treatment and is required to undergo chemotherapy and imaging studies within a stipulated period of time, this can easily be tracked by this comment box referencing. You have the dates and the comments show the treatment/no show or any other options. It is easy to track the chemotherapy and the associated diagnostic imaging by getting your data sorted in order of the type of event.
Comment box referencing by Color
Telegenisys provides a whole new meaning to the detailed study of medical records. Chronology of medical events is organized in a time-ordered form for provider taxonomies, event types, medical conditions, and custom references. Now with this comment box referencing users will experience further time saving and quality output.
The structured data and visualization tools enable the comparison of multiple cases to facilitate the development of new treatment protocols and new drugs or vaccines. The effects of medication provided in a set protocol to various individuals can be analyzed to help reach informed and statistical conclusions about the efficacy of treatments and protocols. These observations can be reviewed in Excel formats like graphs, pivot tables, by sorting and using filters. The information is used only from hhs.gov databases making this the most authoritative and informed data. Furthermore, this form of organization enables the client to add their own latest treatments and records and upgrade their organized records. This structured data enables users to export their data to other viewable formats which they prefer.
About Visualize Medical Records
Telegenisys Medical Technologies Group is a division of Telegenisys Inc. a Delaware company with primary offices in Fairfield, California. The group operates on two continents with a second office in Pune, India. This group has worked with medical records for over 15 years and worked on over 2 Million medical record pages last year. This group is composed of a variety of medical personnel and data scientists. The primary purpose of the technology group is to develop simpler ways to understand and measure medical outcomes.
Mark Merani, CEO