CIVER-PSYCH can be configured to run on servers located at customer premises, or at ASP sites. Access methods range from Internet Web Browsers to LAN/WAN workstations.
CIVER-PSYCH's components are fully integrated. Information from one input form can be automatically broadcast to other forms that need to display the same information.x
Decision-Support facilities across all components allow users to go beyond simple data collection.
These facilities include;
Identification of candidate disorders during symptom affirmation
Disorder-specific access to treatment texts
Consolidation of data across multiple forms into narratives
Easy access to the Electronic Medical Record
Rule-based forms allow providers to be alerted when a Managed Care Countdown dips below a pre-determined level, when a lab test result has been received. Scoring on scales can be carried out dynamically during data collection.
The Optimizing Scheduler makes it possible to attach patients to pre-sheduled events. A search comprising any number of patient/provider preferences and constraints (e.g. location and type of appointment, and patient language preference) can be carried out.
A complete electronic audit trail is created for all clinical and scheduling interventions on behalf of each patient, complete with date/time stamps and user signature. Immediate access to case data via hyperlinks is provided.
As an option to single reimbursement rates per payer/CPT, user defined reimbursement tables (e.g. skill level, internal service code, payer, patient income level and point of service) can be built. Users may select attributes in any order and cause the applicable reimbursement rate to be retrieved and posted.
Auto-posting of transactions to patient ledgers can be carried out from the Scheduler, eliminating the need for billing staff to look up CPT codes, cost codes, and charge rates/reimbursement rates. A batch billing facility allows charges to be processed efficiently and quickly. Posting to Revenue and Receivables is automatic.
Data Warehouse naming conventions can be applied to CIVER-PSYCH data elements. This eliminates the need for data mapping.
Advanced security features allow a high degree of control over where and what users can view and edit.