With so little time during hectic days it's small wonder that charting and recording workload don't raise their heads much above the bottom of the priority list. Yet you know they need to be done.
With this in mind, we developed ChartTime, a suite of programs that reduces the time spent charting and recording workload while increasing accuracy and compliance. We've combined three of our powerful programs—Skribos for charting, Promiso for workload recording and reporting, and ADT Interface Server for access to client data—into one efficient package.
ChartTime is a major component of the Electronic Health Record (EHR). Its job is to collect client data at the most granular level on two fronts: client encounters (e.g., "Blood pressure right arm 130/75") and activities performed in carrying out these encounters (e.g., 5 minutes of assessment). The magic of ChartTime is that workload recording is completed as you chart. This is a huge time-saver.
When it's time to chart, you:
That's it. You're done.
ChartTime excels at integration with the complete EHR. As a provider of core data elements it has much to offer in terms of raw data to practically every module of the EHR and beyond: general ledger, case costing, decision support, materials management. To ensure integration, ChartTime is designed to comply with Health Level Seven (HL7) standards.
Imagine EHR vendors ignoring standards when building their products. Where each document has its own format and is stored in its own proprietary way. Imagine buying such a product and trying to access a document created in another vendor's product. Imagine your vendor going out of business or being acquired. Imagine what would happen to all your historical documents.
Imagine no longer because that's the state of the EHR industry today. There are more than 300 EHR vendors with vastly different approaches to creating and storing documents.
We chose not to ignore standards when building Skribos, the charting component of ChartTime. Skribos is compliant with HL7's Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) Version 2, the latest release. HL7 is the standards body in healthcare information and CDA is HL7's answer to interoperable documentation. This means that any application that wants any piece of data from a document created in Skribos will know exactly how to find and retrieve it through the CDA. Your client charts now become an open book to anyone who has permission to access them.
And your documents never, ever become obsolete or inaccessible.
ChartTime gives you the ability to chart, record workload, and share data through the latest standards in interoperability. All in one suite of programs. To find out more: