The Application now is hosted in an HIPPA compliant environment on AWS (arguably the best server providers). Currently hosted in London region to ensure GDPR compliance, for clinic’s with more than 10 clinicians, we recommend opening a sub-account in the region of your choice, pay one off setup fees and then licenses per user to us with the actual charges for server, domain names etc billed directly to you based on your usage. You are unlikely to find a more cost-effective EHR out there.
We have automated the subscription process, to trial the application free for 30 days please contact us.
T&C apply and are found here.
CYP /CAMHS and Adult IAPT Digital Outcome Measures App that works online via secure web or cloud based interface.
Patient Tracking System (PTS) is a cloud based patient and practice management application / software that allows a Health Provider – individual, small team or a large organisation, to maintain medical records relating to all patient activity securely. The application can be accessed from any device / platform and is user friendly.
History of CYP Outcome Measures online Application
There is a story behind a story! The application has been developed by Dr Adhiraj Joglekar, C&A Psychiatrist, who designed and conceptualised the application, commissioned a team of dedicated developers to create a unique product. The USP being – by the Clinician for the Clinicians. Given this, the user interface is intuitive, simple and user friendly. For more on this read here.
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The outcomes module does not require a clinician to add any patient identifiable data other than creating a unique ID that you can associate with a given patient. Gender and DoB may be required for accurate calculation of scores on some measures.
To see technical specs and Privacy policies of the application please visit https://www.patient-tracker.co.uk/
PTS is a Synergy Healthcare Services Ltd (UK) Product, All Rights Reserved.
PTS is has come about through collaboration between clinicians in the UK/India and IT experts spread across both countries. One of our goals is to improve access to high quality Electronic Health Care Records (EHR) to developing Nations in the most cost-effective manner possible without compromising on security standards. More on this project here