OmniClinic is a comprehensive, universal mobile app that can function as an EHR data browser and HIE system. It provides instant notifications about transitions of care or other critical information to clinicians. It also has a built-in patient and call scheduler.
OmniClinic works through integration with disparate EHRs and/or HIEs. Data is then routed through its own, HIPAA-secure database to a clinician web portal or to a secure mobile device thin client. OmniClinic technology supports all mobile connected devices currently on the market (iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android- or Windows-powered devices).
Depending on the depth of integration, OmniClinic can be as comprehensive as an institutional EMR, or it can provide only alerts and summaries. It dissects actionable data out of the record and displays it in a clear, legible fashion. Information of no clinical value is available in an obtrusive background layer. Clinician users of OmniClinic not only can see, but also share data with each other on the OmniClinic network. The interoperability, secure communication and streamlined interface of OmniClinic will be a welcome addition to any EHR, especially legacy systems with outdated GUIs. OmniClinic can serve to "plug" Meaningful Use holes in a hospital's information framework, e.g. the ability to provide an electronic copy of hospital data to referring providers or patients. However, its full potential will be realized as a post-Meaningful Use enhancement to existing clinical data management platforms.
The core version of OmniClinic provides the following functionality:
customizable notifications at transitions of care (admissions, discharges, transfers), new or critical test values, etc.
combined patient and call scheduler with list and calendar views
secure messenger (exchange of patient data between participating clinicians)
patient search across all participating organizations; personal patient list/census
vital signs, allergies, smoking status, isolation, pregnancy and code status
note and result viewer
admissions and demographics history; ICD and CPT codes
More detail on use case scenarios can be found here.
Other OmniClinic modules under development include:
radiographic study viewer
mobile voice-activated CPOE
analytics and performance metrics for SCIP and ACO-related variables
contextual scientific literature updates
CME content management
OmniClinic complies with all HIPAA security recommendations and HITECH mandates. Data at rest and in transit is always encrypted. The mobile application is implemented as a thin client, which does not store any privileged health information. All OmniClinic servers are protected against root attacks, and a detailed, tamper-resistant access log is maintained.
OmniClinic comes with a user management portal for participating organizations. User enrollment and monitoring is under the control of the host institutions.
Hospitals may choose to enable data sharing with partner organizations via OmniClinic, in which case OmniClinic will act as a local or regional HIE. Patient data derived from different silos is not merged. The clinical value of knowing where the data originated is part of OmniClinic’s appeal.
Please review our product flyerfor further details on OmniClinic.