OSCAR is an open source Electronic Medical Records (EMR) solution that supports all the necessary functions to run a family practice clinic, both large and small:

  • Patient registration for capitation or FFS practices and roster management
  • Scheduling with highly customizable view of provider groups and individualized booking preference
  • Billing also features super-code for smart and simplified billing and third party billing
  • Complete electronic charting of all encounters with an up to date Cumulative Patient Profile (CPP) which provides a ‘snapshot view’ of important demographics, all active medical problems, medications, allergies, significant past history, family history and social history
  • Prescription with drug-drug interaction and renal dosage adjustment decision support, personal favorites, patient’s pharmacy, drug allergy alerts
  • Real time communication with MyDrugRef, a social network of trusted colleagues whose postings related to the drugs your patient is taking can be displayed just when you are prescribing these drugs
  • Chronic disease management which maximizes revenue generation through monitoring and alerting of preventative screening and best practice interventions
  • A sophisticated antenatal care record with antenatal care planner
  • Disease Registry is provided to support population health analysis
  • All laboratory results from private laboratories will be imported directly into the EMR
  • Diagnostic imaging results and consultation notes can be scanned into the EMR where required
  • Highly customizable eForms can be created for your clinic
  • The Tickler system – a reminder system that can assign tasks to team members and set priority for each task
  • A very easy to use referral system with patient’s important information transferred to the referral letter automatically
  • Secure messaging system for communication within the clinic
  • Secure messaging with patients, transfer of patients’ record to patients’ Personal Health Record system called MyOSCAR
  • Clinical resource can be accessed at the point of care

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