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The Technology

Clicks own, proprietary design system consists of a dedicated application generator, specially created for the design of medical information systems. This is a fourth generation application generator, which includes all the elements required for the development of such systems by trained programmers. The nature of Clicks design tools is such that modifications to the structure of the application do not disrupt the integrity of existing data.

We support a wide range of architectures, mostly variations of the Client-Server topology. The database type is for customer preference and choice. Our systems currently support Pervasive, Oracle and MSSQL as core storage layer.



Application Editors

A collection of dedicated tools serves to create Clicks applications. The authoring environment contains editors, command language, debuggers and other tools for creating Clicks applications.


Online communication plays a central role in our system solutions. Verification of member rights is conducted in real time, while other operations are conducted in batch procedure at predefined time slots. In case of a unified patient file residing on main central computers, the entire patient-encounter is documented online.

We will interface to other central or peripheral systems as required, for example to the main demographic system and to a local pharmacy system.


Clicks lets you create online, on the spot graphs of patient data, for example vital signs, lab results and Gantt graphs for the history of events, such as a graphic representation of the history of chronic medications. In addition, you can integrate various graphic information from outside sources into the patient file: pictures, charts, scanned documents, X-Rays, EKG and other video-source imaging. 


Clicks enables extensive reporting for physicians and executive management:

A wide range of administrative and decision support reports: number of patient visits per doctor/clinic, referrals to outside services per clinic, number and nature of prescriptions and treatments, and so on.

Medical reports (e.g., all diabetic and hypertension patients, patients who have miss required, scheduled followup tests, etc.).

Letters to a cross section of the patient population

Statistical reports.