Greenway Medical Technologies Inc. has introduced an allergy module for its PrimeSuite ambulatory electronic health records software.
The module supports tracking of allergens testing, serum development and automated filling of the final serum sheet, lot administration and reporting, patient tracking to determine adherence to a serum regimen, discrete data for reporting and analysis, vial details and allergen definition, injection site and dose amount, reactions and orders, and patient education, according to the Carrollton, Ga.-based vendor.
Advanced ENT and Allergy LLC, an eight-site, 14-provider practice in Louisville, Ky., was a co-developer of the software. While it used to take 30 minutes to handwrite a serum recipe, it now takes about a second, contends Michele Marry, allergy manager.
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