WANT ACCESS TO ALL OF YOUR PATIENTS’ INFORMATION FROM THE ONE PLACE WITH ONLY ONE LOGIN?
Having to use many separate clinical systems to get at patient information is time consuming and inefficient. V-Chart solves this challenge by providing a single log-on portal that presents a unified view of patient information regardless of the number of source systems.
More access, less time
V-Chart brings together all of your existing hospital departmental systems, be they from discrete systems or repositories or a combination. This saves you time and gives you access to the information you need, when you need it, regardless of where it is stored.
On any device
Gain access with one simple login on a desktop or any Android or Apple tablet or smartphone. View and edit all patient information regardless of its source. The full patient record can be available to you electronically.
It’s important for you to have many pathways to getting the vast array of available information. V-Chart provides different workflows to aid you in efficiently getting what you need. You can quickly access lists of patients of interest according to context. For example, patients booked to a particular clinic, or with pathology results outside a reference range. With V-Chart you can create and automate your own favourite lists, according to your specific needs.
Notifications of latest information
Notifications of incoming pathology results or the arrival of new clinical notes for sign off can be pushed directly to you through V-Chart. This supports many different workflows and provides you with the latest information when you need it without the need for constant monitoring.
Tried and tested
V-Chart is currently being used by more than 5000 clinicians at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Victoria and the Mater Hospital group in Queensland. V-Chart can easily be deployed and integrated into your current patient system by Telstra’s dedicated health IT team.
“I looked up Verdi and instantly there was this array of information, correspondence letters, previous pathology, past history…that was completely relevant. It completely improves the quality of patient care”
Dr Sarah Swan (Pathologist)