Product Quick Facts
Cyberhealth365 specializes in the development of health IT systems — in full partnership with medical professionals — for administration, point-of-care, and patient engagement.
CyberClinic is CyberHealth’s solution for electronic records and practice administration. Designed to replace the traditional, paper-based records, CyberClinic is designed to manage all patient-related information and workflows at a single facility, such as a doctor’s office or clinic. It can be deployed on an on-premise server, or can be delivered via the cloud. When properly deployed, CyberClinic allows physicians to identify and maintain a single record for all patient information, capture and maintain demographic information, capture and review personal and family medical history, manage clinical notes, capture ICD-10 codes, create electronic prescriptions, manage medical imaging data, and much more. Furthermore, CyberClinic offers built-in practice management features, including a billing system for invoicing patients, a powerful reporting and analytics interface, and a single, application-wide search feature that allows you to quickly access pertinent information.
Cyberhealth365 is also specialized in medical national registry software, having worked with different medical syndicates and health ministries to develop and implement software allowing the centralization of medical data at the country level for the creation of national medical reports.
We recommend Cyberhealth365’s CyberClinic software for physicians or small clinics, particularly in non-U.S. medical facilities where patients are billed directly for services, though CyberClinic could be a good fit for practices operating on the concierge model.
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(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)