A daily real-time notification/alert to primary (GP) and secondary (ED) clinicians about presenting patients at high-risk of medical mismanagement due to poly-pharmacy and co-morbidities.
A real-time, ED-look up/view of presenting patients GP and pharmacy data – regardless of location
A patient-specific “my-list-of-medicines” pushed to GPs and ED i.e. a comprehensive and up-to-date list of all prescribed, dispensed and patient-procured medications – regardless of location.
A real-time, up-to-date, summary patient record / electronic health record pushed to GPs and ED – regardless of location.
Triggered by an appointment, a prescription, an ED triage or other encounter across providers, Conporto automatically casts an analysis of the patient’s medical records in all locations at once, and identifies if a risk of harm event is likely e.g. from contraindicated or high-risk treatment. The clinic is notified of the patient’s visit and the risk of harm details before the day begins. A medical provider (e.g. ED clinician, GP, or nurse) can also be notified at the time of treatment/encounter of the high risk of harm details.
With the appropriate consents and authorisations, a Patient Summary Lookup is also available to clinicians. The software queries the patient’s medical records in all locations and provides an integrated medical summary view of all relevant information on the spot.
A simple piece of software is installed on participating clinical and pharmacy servers. The system is powered by data specialists Dr Info with the notifications being delivered by hMael, a secure email system.
Yes. The software agent is installed on your server with remote support and only takes ten minutes to complete. The only other requirement is that your device has a web browser and internet connection. The system is supported on all major web browsers and operating systems, including mobile devices.
This system is suitable for health providers of any size who see patients on a pre-booked or ad hoc basis, including GP practices, urgent medical centres, pharmacies and hospital emergency departments.
No. This service does not replace any current system; its purpose is to assist the busy medical professional to provide the best possible care to their patients.
Or arrange for a demonstration.