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Procedure Log

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Procedure Log

by Robert Kuhnhenn
Procedure Log
Procedure Log

What is it about?

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App Details

Medical Productivity
Last updated
June 14, 2017
Release date
June 22, 2014
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App Store Description

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This app was created for physicians, residents, medical students, and other students in the healthcare fields to keep track of and document procedures performed. The app is highly customizable and useful in all medical specialties.

Entries are securely kept in your iOS device and are not sent to any outside server, website or database. Reports are created and saved as a password protected PDF file and a password protected CSV (comma-separated values) file that is compressed to a ZIP file (which allows password protection) to comply with HIPAA security requirements. The reports can then be emailed, accessed via iTunes, sent using AirDrop, or copied to DropBox (if you have the DropBox app installed). CSV files can be imported into a spreadsheet program.

One should not rely on this app alone to keep track of their procedures and is advised to frequently backup the files created. See the Create Reports section in the Help/Instructions view of the app for information on backing up and restoring your data.

• Keep a log of the procedures you have performed, assisted in, were 2nd assist in, observed, or supervised for documentation purposes.
• Document the patient's name, ID number, age, date performed, location, supervisor, diagnosis, complications and additional notes with the procedures performed. Also, one can take a photo with your device's camera or import a photo from your photos library from within the app, and include the photo in a record.
• Option to select one or multiple diagnoses from a list of either custom diagnoses or ICD-10 diagnoses for any given procedure.
• Select multiple procedures performed on a single patient.
• Sort by date (ascending or descending), patient name, procedure name, and medical specialty.
• Capture supervisor's signature to attest that you performed or assisted in the pro­cedure(s) and include the signature ima­ges in your reports. Either obtain the supervisor's signature attestation at the time you create the log entry, or save the entry without the signature and obtain the signature attestation at a later time.

• List of procedures, favorite diagnoses, and complications are easily customizable (you can add procedures/diagnoses/complications to or delete them from the lists). (ICD-10 diagnoses cannot be edited or deleted.)
• Locations and Supervisor's names are saved and can be selected from a picker so you don't have to type them in again when adding another log entry.

• Create reports in password protected PDF format and as a CSV file that is password protected in a ZIP format, as well as a password protected backup of your data, that can then be emailed, sent via AirDrop, or downloaded using iTunes when your iOS device is con­nected to your computer.
• Reports can be created for a specific date range, and one can specify the primary, secondary and tertiary sort order of the PDF report.

• In addition to backing up to iCloud and/or iTunes, if you have a DropBox account and the DropBox app is installed in your device, you can copy the password protected backup file and reports to DropBox from within the Procedure Log app.

• App is password protected and all data is encrypted when your iOS device is locked and protected by a password.
• PDF and CSV reports are password protected.
• Retrieve your username and password if you have forgotten them; you must first answer several security questions in the "Create User" or the "Edit User" views.