EasyScan Patient and Medical Report Options
The EasyScan SW comes with a number of unique reporting options. Patient reports offer information in layman’s terms and can be used for patient education and communication. These can come with prefilled explanation and recommendation texts based on the diagnosis you have reached. The reports can easily be printed or emailed directly from the SW. The logo and address of the clinic/practice can be added turning the report directly in a tool for mouth to mouth advertisment.
For your patient records a number of different reports are offered that can for example be used to collect all the relevant images per eye field on single page.
Reach out to EasyScan or your local distributor for more information.
Patient Handout report with pre sets
To easily provide extra patient communication and education material directly with their own retinal results it is possible to create patient hand out reports. For routine situations (such as diabetic screening) it is possible to select default explanations and recommendations related to the patients diagnosis. An example is provided in the images to the right. When the patient report is generated it is possible to select the diagnosis from the dialog box screen, this will update the text below the images accordingly. The various report options are shown in the next images.
Patient report with free text
An alternative method to provide information for the patient to take home is to add a note below the images. When the General Patient report is selected, the doctor is free to add its own text to the report. This gives the freedom to provide patient specific information and instructions. The report can be printed or emailed directly from the SW.
To add images and the results to the (paper based) patient record or to use when referring a case to a colleague the medical reports can be used. These allow all the relevant images per eye field to be combined in a single file. There is again the option to add notes to the report. The example report shows how the 3 images per eye field are combined. A large color image together with the infrared and green image.