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Clicks®  - Medical Information System

Patient charting (electronic patient record) is the basic building block of a Clicks® system solution, where the entire medical activity is documented on site, online during the patient-physician session, where and when the medical information is created. Clicks® working environment proves beneficial to doctors, to the organization and to the patients.
Clicks® based solutions serve as the sole tool for documenting medical information under a range of circumstances and work environments
Across all the organization’s primary care clinics.


The entire documentation process of all patient visits, by all doctors and nurses is done within the computerized medical file in a virtually paperless work environment. Member rights are verified online by magnetic media or via communication, and detailed documentation of the medical encounter is done in specifically designed data sheets using a smart data entry technique that requires very little typing or no typing at all.

Built in, sophisticated lab order, referrals and drugs modules enable automatic production of prescriptions and relevant forms, while at the same time providing detailed tracking of any such operation. Key information, whether medical or administrative, is transmitted to the healthcare provider’s central system.

Further capabilities of the Drugs module enable enforcing selecting from the organization’s own internal drugs file and enables close follow-up of all prescribed drugs. Among these capabilities, the drugs module will collect and display a list of all the drugs in use by the patient, provide drug-interaction information and suggest preferred alternatives according to underlying medical and administrative guidelines.

  Results of laboratory test orders, consultants’ replies, imaging and X-ray results are received via communication and are automatically distributed to the respective patient files upon doctor’s approval. Depending on centrally located support systems, X-rays and other imaging can be virtually observed by the attending physician directly from within the patient file.  


Online graphing, built in charts, imported pictures, X-rays, EKG diagrams and Imaging files can be fully integrated into the patient file.

Scanned documents can be integrated into the patient file as can be graphing and charts. A specifically designed Preventive Medicine module enables formulating rules for relevant target patient populations or for desired procedures.

The central patient file is managed through dedicated view ports for the various medical fields in use. Doctors access the patient file through their designated view port, which allow them to work within a patient file specifically designed to suit the needs of their specialty. Personal access rights, view and update authorizations further route their activity within the system.

Both centrally located and distributed systems of this approach currently exist, based on the preference and infrastructure of the host organization.


Doctors work at their own workstation, conducting their entire activity online with access to other patient-related information that may reside on the central computer system.

In clinic, local or stand alone systems, various functions are performed via bi-directional communication between a central system and the physician’s personal workstation, as different types of information are transmitted to and from that workstation. In centrally located systems based on the concept of a unified patient file (terminal server solution or alike), the end-user’s entire work is conducted within a patient’s medical file in relation to the central computer.
These are s
ome examples of communication processes between Clicks® and the central computer:

  • Verification of member rights

  • Laboratory tests (orders and results)

  • X-Ray, imaging and specialist replies

  • Key administrative information (logon-logoff times, date and number of
    visits, etc.)

  • Key medical information (diagnoses, prescriptions, lab orders, referrals, etc.)