InfoAnywhere eMar keeps all patient medication data at the fingertips of the front line staff. Information for all residential clients is available on a single screen. With the tap of a client name, a medical team member can view client medications, dosages, route and more in an easy to read format. Once a drug is administered, log it in InfoAnywhere eMar with one tap and the entry of a secure pin code. The date, time, and name of provider are automatically added to the entry. Optionally, a note can be entered if desired that will get saved directly to the client chart.
No More Paper Files
InfoAnywhere eMar eliminates the need to print, write on, file and retrieve papers for each client. With all records being kept within InfoAnywhere, staff always know where to find the information they need. Additionally, eMar saves the cost of paper and toner, and reduces the toll on our environment.
Full Administration History
Viewing a history of administrations of a specific drug is easy win InfoAnywhere eMar. Simply tap and a detailed list will be provided.
Tracks Both Routine And PRN MARs
Entries for both MARs are shown on one convenient screen and colour-coded for easy identification. Drugs requiring approval before administration are also highlighted for easy identification.
Faster Input Time
eMar saves valuable time. Recording a med administration is quick and easy, taking only a few taps.
All entries using eMar are virtually signed using a pin code which is set for each user, so you know who administered and exactly when the administration was recorded.
If you are considering InfoAnywhere for your hospice, please contact us. We would be happy to speak to you about the system, answer your questions, show you around and offer you a test account so you can explore and learn yourself. Contact us to schedule a free, no obligation consultation!.
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"So comprehensive and thoughtful"
"I just wanted to congratulate you on your amazing library of instructional videos. You have done a great job - they are so informative and helpful! Thank you for creating these great references. You have done great work in the development of this software - so comprehensive and thoughtful."
Oak Ridges Hospice
"WOW!!! What a great system"
"We are very impressed with the system as a whole and are getting used to finding our way around. The dashboard is great as a launch pad and the staff think it’s great how little paperwork they seem to be doing (writing as well as re-stocking forms) Everyone is cautiously optimistic that in a few weeks, they’ll be old pros. WOW!!! What a great system you have created. I and the trees (paper) thank you! Oh ya-and patient safety."
St. Joseph's Hospice London
"The best database system for hospices"
"I truly believe it is, by far, the best database system available for hospices. I have been following its development from the beginning and am thoroughly impressed with its capabilities."
"Award Winning Innovation"
"Proud Recipient of The Second Annual David Chilton Memorial Award Recognizing Leadership and Innovation in the Hospice Palliative Care Movement for the development of Hospice InfoAnywhere"
David Chilton Memorial Award
Recognizing Innovation for Hospice
"Your software will help to create our process infrastructure"
"You have so obviously paid attention to the needs and process flows of hospices, it really shows. For us in particular, when we don't have any previously established procedures, I dare say that your software will help to create our process infrastructure!."
Oak Ridges Hospice
"Enabled us to open the Hospice"
"I appreciate all your support, patience and assistance with regards to InfoAnywhere for the Hospice and enabled us to open the Hospice on 2 November as scheduled."
Yee Hong Hospice
"Attention to detail"
"I'm accustomed (in the past) to dealing with huge software developers, whose attention to detail and willingness to give flexibility to the client in terms of fields, labeling, process etc is simply not as responsive as you are."