Last update 02/16/2000
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The primary goal of UnitedChart is to provide
multi-platform systems for management of health care
data distributed across networks and the Internet.
These systems aid health care personnel in improving
patient care while reducing paperwork and costs.
Use UnitedChart client software to perform the following
health care tasks:
The software leverages computing and communications technologies
to provide health care personnel powerful capabilities.
- Keep clinical charts - Use the software
to store your patients' charts electronically rather
than on paper.
Access your patients' charts from the office, hospital,
home, car, or any device with Internet access.
- Write prescriptions - Medicines added to a
patient's chart can be printed or faxed directly to
- Compliance - Use the software to keep records
and generate documentation required by insurance providers.
The software implements many of the goals of the
government's "patient's bill of rights."
- Share information - The software merges patient
data so that a patient's chart combines data from all the
The data is automatically updated so that changes made at
one medical facility are distributed to the other medical
facilities "connected" to the patient.
- Portable - The software is portable on many levels in
order to take advantage of both current and future technologies.
This portability also prevents dependence on proprietary technology
and possible future disruptions.
- User interfaces - The software currently supports four
user interfaces: UnitedChart browser (GUI), web browser,
UP.Phone browser, and Palm.
Additional interfaces will be developed as new platforms appear.
GUI clients are available for Windows NT/95/98, Windows 3.1,
and DOS (X-windows in the future).
The web client supports Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer,
WebTV, and all other web browsers.
The UP.Phone client supports cell phones and wireless
devices that employ the mini-browser by Unwired Planet, Inc.
The Palm client supports the Palm VII device (version that
has wireless Internet capability).
Using one of these clients, the software can be run in
almost any computing environment.
- Communications - The software supports the
following communications technologies: LANs, Internet,
web servers/browsers, remote access, faxing, paging,
touchscreen, Microsoft Word document export, and more.
Last update 02/16/00