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Needs Certification

Author:Thomas Buddington [Send Author Email]
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August 08, 2001
Description:Primarily geared towards casemanagers and social workers. A documentation tool for on-the-spot certification generation that will allow you to get the doctor's signature where you need it so you can get on with coordinating the equipment/therapy/service needs of your caseload.
Has Data:Yes
Has Forms:No
Filters:yes
Sorting:yes
Reports:yes
Comments:One of the biggest time-drains in getting patients/clients medical equipment needs met is having the item signed-off on by the doctor and/or therapist (occupational, physical). This is a database loaded with drop-down lists in sections that allow you to quickly but efficiently build a letter or certification of medical/therapeutic necessity. You can print it off using an available printer and have it signed rapidly (most clinicians just don't take the time to get this documentation to you).
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:needs_certification.pdb          Downloads: This Month 7 / Total* 1747
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename needs_certification.pdb when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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08/11/2001 Long-Term Residential Care (LTRC) Review 1.3.1 [Medical]
Written in/for HanDbase, this is another addition to a growing suite of applets I am writing intended for use by casemanagers and social workers. LTRC ("Long-Term Residential Care" Review is packed with data in pull-down menus that facilitate your doing a thorough review of any residential setting/facility. It can then be either printed directly from HanDbase and/or exported to the Memo Pad. Contains a number of customizable options (actually the whole thing is customizeable) with "canned" phrases that allow you to tap-away as you check relevant records and client/resident data at the particular facility you are monitoring. Directs your thoughts to key areas to be watching/monitoring (e.g., medications logged after each administration, fire drill done/logged, when was the last physical done/dental appt., etc.).