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In Home HealthBase

Author:Patty Gray [Send Author Email]
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May 30, 2001
Description:This applet was created for nurses, and other health professionals, who provide services to clients at home. There are 2 databases included with this applet: In Home HealthBase stores basic client information such as billing amount, medical history, and contact information; In Home Visits records follow-up dates, calculates amount of time spent providing services, total amount to be billed, and is linked to In Home HealthBase.
Has Data:No
Has Forms:No
Filters:Filters include client name, address, follow-up date...to name a few!
Sorting:Sorting by follow-up date,
Reports:Reports for services provided and total amounts to be billed.
Comments:Recently Revised! I hope Nurses, OTs, PTs, and other service providers will find this applet useful. Please email your comments and suggestions for future revisions!
Price:FREE
Version:HanDBase v.2.7x or greater
File:inhomehealthbase.zip          Downloads: This Month 8 / Total* 2246
Note:MAC Users will need to enter the filename inhomehealthbase.zip when saving this file.
* since October 1, 2000.

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04/23/2001 School Nursing Log [Medical]
This applet gives school nurses an efficient method of recording daily information on student visits in addtion to keeping track of parent contacts, follow-up dates, and reimbursable services.

04/23/2001 School Nursing Log 2.0 [Medical]
This is a revised version of the School Nursing Log and Student MedBase applets. Three databases are included; School Nursing Log2, Student Medbase2, and Nurse's Report. The School Nursing Log is designed for School Nurses to keep track of daily student visits, while the Student MedBase allows for yearly student information to be stored for quick retrieval throughout the day. Records in the School Nursing Log can be copied and moved to the Nurse's Report Database for annual reporting purposes. A readme doc has been included which explains how the databases can be used most effectively.