Manufacturer : Midmark
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The Midmark IQmanager Software offers a complete Patient Data Management Software System that digitally stores many different diagnostic tests for your patients. Designed with Microsoft?s open-architecture products in mind, our software offers capabilities such as EMR integration (using ActiveX controls), networking, central database (MS SQL Server) and Access database options. The storage of physiological measurements include: ECG, Spirometry, Holter, Stress, and temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate and pulse oximetry (when connected to a supported vital signs monitors) as well as weight capture using a supported digital scale.
The Midmark IQmanager Software allows the physician to store, review, edit and delete all diagnostic tests acquired through the Midmark IQmanager. In addition, the doctor can store patient demographics for quick retrieval for re-testing or analysis. If the doctor has a network in place, the Midmark IQmanager will give him the capability to review tests in the comfort of his office while the staff is acquiring data in examination rooms.
If they only want to test and have someone else over-read and analyze the results, they can email the tests to a colleague. The interfaces to additional modalities will make the Midmark IQmanager a central, necessary software package in the physician?s office.
For users that already have a supported vital signs monitor (NiBP, temperature, pulse rate, SpO2, weight scale, etc), the Midmark IQmanager will only allow them to acquire data from the monitors and then display the results. Weight can also be digitally acquired from A&D?, Tanita? or seca? scales.
- Platform for IQmark and Midmark IQ brand diagnostic tests ? All users have the same privileges.
- Storage and management software for patient demographics and test results.
- Network capability ? Multi-users each with full access to files.
- Transfer capability ? Email, send to file, archive, delete, etc.
- Patient test data can be digitally incorporated into your future EMR ? eliminating paper now and manual scanning in the future.