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MQ Android Application capabilities

The MQ m-Health Application focuses on two core capabilities:

Patient Management:

In order to address data capturing errors, high storage costs, different document formats, billing errors, patient charting and patient data privacy the mobile application patient management capabilities include:

  1. Rigorous use of structured data sets and limited free text as well as document capturing capabilities to register unique patients onto a network only shared electronic health record.
  2. The shared record includes, but not limited to:
    1. Detailed demographic information.
    2. Detailed patient medical history capturing.(Alcohol. occupation, familial etc)/
    3. Detailed patient visit history.
    4. Medical insurance information.
    5. Unique patient identifier which is system generated.
  3. Patients are allocated accounts automatically for billing purposes.
  4. Patient visit management that captures detailed clinical information such as ICD10 diseases together with there treatments issued, vitals, symptoms, pathology tests, referrals, examinations, services, procedures.
  5. Patient billing is tightly linked to the patient billing rules which are managed on the MQ Management Portal

Clinic Management:

In order to address the problem of stock-outs , incorrect billing, logistics, cost of treatments and poor planning at primary health care clinics  the mobile application clinic management capabilities include:

  1. Comprehensive, supplier / distributor integrated logistics management, which seamlessly manages stock takes, stock orders, stock deliveries, stock on hand and inter clinic transfer.
  2. Financial management tools that allow for the distribution of profit and loss reports to the individual clinics allowing each clinic to actively manage its profitability.
  3. Visit statistics providing a high level view into the overall clinic activities.
  4. Visit details management allowing the clinician to verify visits captured to ensure compliance.
  5. Feedback mechanisms which provide the clinician with clinical and business support when requested.
  6. General user management.
  7. General device management.

NOTE: No data, other than what is used to capture the data itself, is stored on the device.