-Over 50 charts and logs you can edit, print and save! You can even record voice memos directly into your medical files!
*Chronic Medical Conditions *Current Medications *Appointment Checklist *Allergic Reactions *Appointment Log *Prior Medications *Acute Care Visits *Occupational History *Family Health History *Surgeries *Tests and Procedures *Voice Memos *Written Memos *Health at a Glance *Emergency Room Visits *Hospitalizations *Grocery Wise Shopping List *Exercise Log *Blood Pressure Log *Cholesterol Log *Symptoms Logs -Chest Pain -Abdominal Pain -Shortness of Breath -Dizziness -Diarrhea -Back Pain -General Symptoms *Review of Systems Log *And Many More!
-Health on the Web
Link to valuable health web sites directly from your Patient Whiz. Just click and you're there! *Research illnesses! *Access online health tools! *Improve your medical vocabulary! *And much more!
-Multi-media patient empowerment shows
*Seeing Eye to Eye With Your Doctor *Safe in the Hospital *Preparing for a Visit to Your Doctor *The ABCs of Good Doctor-Patient Communication *Live Long and Prosper *Your Medical History *Your Doctor's Policies *Medical Records *Make it Legal *Appointment Essentials *Insurance Essentials *Self-Triage *And More!
(Scanner and microphone not included.)
As low as $25.95 per unit.
"Having immediate access to medical records will help a lot. Knowing a patient's past medical history will help doctors make a diagnosis. It will show you the next thing to do and it will help you avoid ordering unnecessary tests. It will also help you pick up potential medication interactions."
Kunmi Majekodunmi, M.D. – General Internal Medicine Specialist.Doctor-Recommended
"Situations arise in every emergency department that demand making critical decisions rapidly. Frequently, little or nothing is known about the patient, not even drug allergies. Further acquisition of accurate historical data is not always assured. Patient safety would surely benefit, if reliable medical history could be obtained on any individual using a computer drive. This is the promise of the Patient Whiz, and it will revolutionize medical practice, regardless of specialty."
Rudy Jeffries, M.D. – Emergency Room Physician
"It would greatly improve patient care and shorten the time it takes to get important information."
Tony Brown, M.D. – Emergency Room Physician
"From an emergency medicine point of view it would be terrific for both efficiency and patient safety because a big part of our job is documenting patient history and a lot of our sources for that are unreliable or inaccurate."
Tom O'Mara, M.D. – Emergency Room Physician
"It's a good idea! If information is updated and accurate, it will be safer for patients and reduce medical errors."
Bassim Badro, M.D. – Cardiologist
"I think people should have their records on CD Rom or zip drive. It would minimize duplication of studies."
Debajit Roy, M.D. – Cardiologist
"In lung diseases it would be very helpful to know what has established the diagnosis, and a lot of time we don't have that information. A lot of patients don't know what medicine they are on. It would be essential to have old records."
Stuart Jacobs, M.D. – Pulmonologist/Critical Care Physician
"It will maximize patient safety and expedite patient care."
Aaron Rabinovich, M.D. – Surgeon
"We are always looking for old test results. They help us manage medication and adjust dosages. They also help us not repeat the same tests over and over again. Furthermore, they help us differentiate different types of kidney disease."
Shahab Khan, M.D. – Nephrologist
"Having a complete and accurate medical history at the time of the first patient encounter would be extremely helpful for all physician specialties. Summarizing a patient’s medical history in this format would reduce the time a physician spends reviewing and collecting this information and increase the time available to spend with the patient. It would also reduce time spent asking redundant questions and eliminate the need for duplicating tests which have recently been performed, resulting in lower medical expenses. Most importantly, it would promote patient safety and allow for a patient centered approach."
Milan Sanghavi, M.D. – Neurology/Neurophysiology
"If patients had their records in their wallets it would be a wonderful improvement in our ability to take care of patients and decrease medical errors."
Muhammad Dughly, M.D. – Neurologist
"Many patients are referred to me because the antibiotics they were on are not working. The patients do not remember the antibiotics. They do not have culture or lab results either. I think it would be easier and faster if they have the records."
Mohan Amlani, M.D. – Infectious Disease Specialist"
"It would make it a whole lot easier to see patients. It avoids duplication. The time in retrieving records would be reduced and it's more convenient for the patient."
Harvinder Singh, M.D. – Hematologist/Oncologist