This month’s meeting will focus on Medical Records and Continuity of Treatment (Retention) and will host a series of Lightning Talk presenters that will share more on popular EMRs.
Presenters: Please respond to this post to share who you are as well as the EMR you will be discussing along with the country it’s active in. We also encourage you to share your slides in this space before the meeting.
Here’s a sneak peek at the presentations you’ll get to see at this meeting:
DUC Meeting Attendees: Please respond to this post with any questions you have currently for the presenters as well as to respond to the following prompt:
What features are most helpful in supporting continuity of treatment (retention)? What features do you wish medical record solutions had to help you support retention?
Hello all, I am posting the slides that my colleague from CHARESS, Kemar Celestin, will present about Haiti’s iSantePlus EMR system during the DUC lightning talks this week. The presentation includes screenshots of alerts and reports that support client management for retention in care, as well as screenshots of a continuum of care feature which allows health workers to download care summaries for patients who have received care across multiple health facilities.
The PIH Malawi team will be presenting on patient tracking and retention (TRACE) for HIV and NCD and an OpenMRS-based EMR makes it all possible. The EMR covers 14 facilities in the district of Neno, Malawi.
I am Stephen Senkomago Musoke, a software engineer with the METS program in Uganda, a CDC funded collaboration between Makerere University School of Public Health and University of California San Francisco, which is working with MoH to design, develop, rollout and maintain UgandaEMR an OpenMRS distribution which is currently deployed in 1,200 sites across the country