Developed with a focus on the patient, Fluxmed facilitates the patient's access to his electronic health records, once he has been attended to in an office or clinic that uses Fluxmed.
In compliance with the LGPD - Brazilian General Data Protection Law, Fluxmed has a mechanism for the patient to control who provides consent to their health information, whether it be for a specific clinic or office, or for a person, relatives or trusted friends.
Appointment scheduling is a basic feature that allows the doctor's office or clinic to make appointments available, once it is available, it is only necessary to instruct the patient to install the Fluxmed application from an application store of their choice.
Opting for the simplicity of using the electronic health record, Fluxmed is based on the Problem-Oriented Health Record or RMOP method. When using the term registration, it refers to RMOP, which has been used in several primary health care systems - primary health care around the world, and its use has expanded with the computerization of medical records. One of the objectives of the SOAP or RMOP method is to be a work tool that makes it possible to analyze, compare and diagnose clinical emotional and behavioral changes.
Not being a simple data organization tool, but mainly as a means of qualifying clinical reasoning and the care offered. This is a process that requires method, skill and competence. The method is given by the organization of the consultation, the skills, the technical and clinical knowledge. Its main objectives are:
Allow quick access to the person's data; Allow continued recording of all problems; Count and evaluate the frequency of consultations; Obtain data to plan preventive and early diagnosis actions; Facilitate the continuing education of the doctor; Use data source for research.
Allow quick access to the person's data; Allow continued annotation of all problems; Accounting and evaluating the frequency of consultations; Obtain data to plan preventive and early diagnosis actions; Facilitate the continuing education of the doctor; Use data source for research.