I need a program for creating patient encounter notes in a physical medicine practice. I see it as being based around various views of human anatomy for the majority of input. Entry would be made easy and rapid by the clinician tapping on a body area and then subsequent other menus to describe what was found or done to that body area. Input should be saved to a database (for recall)and used to create grammatically complete text descriptions of what occurred during the encounter on each successive encounter when needed. Data bits the software must record includes items like advice, stretches, exercises and handouts given to the patient,topics covered in conversation, referrals made, tests ordered, test results. Output to printer a must as is the ability to customize almost all input menus. Preferred extras: 1)The ability to zoom in on the anatomical views so that the structures being referred to are more or less specifically named according to the level of zoom iteration. (i.e: Tap on right upper arm, no zoom-"The right upper extremity..." Tap in same place but with 3rd iteration zoom yields "The medial head of the triceps on the right..." 2)The ability to randomize syntax so that the notes created don't sound "canned". 3)A database of anatomical images and Mpgs for on-the-spot patient education. 4)Pop-up reminders of things like re-exams, treatments to try, tests to administer next time the patient comes in. 5)Noting of the next visit date and Pop-up notification if the patient is not seen on that day. (would also serve as reminder to do any neglected note.)
Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. Complete copyrights to all work purchased.