Digital Patient Record

The digital patient record made by d.velop: Anytime, anywhere access.

Today, data capture and archival is simply not enough. An ever increasing number of more and more complex processes needs to be mapped electronically. This also involves a vast amount of information, and as a result traditional answers are no longer viable. What is needed instead are new, innovative ideas and solutions.

Comprehensive. Simple. Clear.

The patient record from d.velop addresses this challenge in any system, be it the corresponding hospital information system or a home-grown application. The digital patient record collects and archives all relevant patient data and documents and makes them available to you for immediate, around-the-clock access from any location. Furthermore, clearly structured hit lists provide you with a quick overview of the disease cause, medical history and etiopathology at a glance.

The d.velop patient record goes beyond delivering convenient access to all data, MRT images, videos etc. – it even connects with other systems via the relevant interfaces (HL7, DICOM, IHE, ArchiveLink) to import documents. Better yet, you can use the subscription function to be automatically notified whenever any associated document was updated or new documents have arrived.

Authorized staff can quickly log in with their user name and password via the shortcut menu or corresponding button. Thanks to a broad range of convenient functions for searching and filtering information, targeted data lookup in well-structured hit lists is also a simple matter.

It’s the Hits that Count

The hit list shows employees only the case files within the patient record they are authorized to view. The case file adopts a register-based structure, thus delivering documents in a familiar format. Moreover, documents can be viewed based on their type or in chronological order across multiple case files.

If you do not define any filters in the patient record, the hit list will show all available documents. By choosing useful filters such as ‘previous week’ or ‘previous quarter,’ you can reduce the number of hits in a matter of seconds.

You can perform an even more refined search based on multi-level hierarchical sorting, e.g. according to date, specialist organizational unit or registers, to navigate the patient record in a highly structured, methodical and efficient way. Here, too, only documents that match the defined properties will be shown.

When non-authorized users receive ‘emergency access,’ they must enter the reason for the override to provide proper documentation. In addition, the system always places a log file in the archive.


Focus on what’s Important

As an alternative to defining filters in the hit list, you can search documents in the d.velop digital patient record using the full-text search function. If the search term matches any of the properties, this is indicated by a color marking in the list; if the term results in a full-text match, it is highlighted directly in the text.

Authorized user groups can add notes, post-its, markings, seals and various other useful items to the digital patient record. These additions are placed on a digital layer, similar to a transparency, which is stored in audit-compliant format. This results in secure and traceable documentation while the document itself remains unaltered.

You have further questions?

The d.velop team is looking forward to hearing from you.