piClinic Support of WHO Digital Health Interventions
The piClinic system provides a low-cost patient-record automation solution to help small clinics automate their existing paper-based patient record system and patient-visit reporting. By providing these features, the piClinic system provides these Digital Health Interventions (DHI) as described by the World Health Organization.
|DHI Class.||DHI Description||Current implementation||Future options|
|2.1.1||Verify client unique identity||Patient master index
|2.2.1||Longitudinal tracking of client’s health status and services received||Patient visit and diagnosis tracking|
|2.2.2||Manage client’s structured clinical records||Visit summary information||Track additional visit details|
|2.2.3||Manage client’s unstructured clinical records||Track paper patient records through paitent ID||Store and link digital copies of forms and images|
|2.3||Healthcare provider decision support||After inital deployment, additional decision support features can be investigated|
|3.4||Civil Registration and Vital Statistics||Supported as report of clinic activity|
|3.5.6||Manage budget and expenditures||Tracks and reports clinic visit receipts|
|4.1.2||Data storage and aggregation||Stores and reports on patient visits and diagnoses||Additional reporting and anlysis methods|
|4.2.3||Classify disease codes||Supports top two levels of ICD-10 coding—approx 11,000 disease codes stored in device.||Connect to online databases for more detailed coding|
|4.4.1||Data exchange across systems||Supports data and report export in JSON and CSV formats|
Download from the World Health Organization, the Classification of Digital Health Interventions v1.0 for more information.