Electronic medical software continues to improve, with new technology becoming available seemingly every month! The more experience or knowledge you have with these types of software, the more in demand you’ll be. Listing your skills and experience with these different types of software programs can only enhance your resume – and your job prospects.
Read below for some of the different types you may encounter while on a travel assignment.
Cerner has what it calls its CareAware™ portfolio of solutions. Cerner says that one of them, the Cerner Smart Room, “empower[s] clinicians and patients, ensuring that the right information is delivered at the right time to achieve the best possible health outcome.”
The benefits of the Cerner Smart Room include, according to Cerner’s website:
- Instant bedside access to real-time device data
- Smart infusion pump technology management
- Bi-directional communication between medical devices and the EMR
- Automated mobile vitals capture with the EMR
- Secondary alerting for clinical notification and escalation
- Interactive patient console
- Electronic signage outside patient room
- Real-time tracking to manage assets, providers and patients
MEDITECH offers a great variety of electronic “solutions” for hospitals, private practices, even home care. As for its EHR solutions, its website states that it offers an “integrated EHR designed to help your organization increase patient safety, streamline processes, and improve communication across departments and care teams. Our solution helps staff react more quickly to issues and changing conditions by automatically pushing information out to the appropriate personnel and displaying it in a meaningful form.”
It adds that all of its applications “are fully integrated, facilitating the seamless exchange of demographic, clinical, and financial information between departments and care teams.”
Epic Systems offers, among many systems, its EpicCare Inpatient Clinical System. This software system, according to Epic’s website, is “role-based” and simplifies “relevant information access for physicians, nurses, therapists, dietitians and any other provider in the hospital setting.”
Some of its features include:
- Expandable/collapsible flow sheets
- Care plans that are interdisciplinary
- Hospital outpatient support
- ICU support
- Electronic medical administration records
- And more
What about your experience? Have you noticed that your resume is taken more “seriously” if you mention your background with these (and other) medical software systems? Are there other systems you’ve found medical employers use that we didn’t mention above?
Whether you’re a nurse, a PT, OT, speech therapist, pharmacist, or just about any other medical worker, we want to hear from you. MedPro Healthcare Staffing offers traveling assignments at hospitals and other medical facilities all over the country. Contact us today!