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Covid-19: Creating your own E-form to ease your clinic operations.

Covid-19: Creating your own E-form to ease your clinic operations

During this COVID-19 outbreak, many clinics and businesses have been impacted and many have stepped up their clinic’s level of preparedness either by having stricter screening before allowing patients to enter the clinics, as well as getting patients to fill up health declarations forms before getting consulted by the doctors.

As your trusted clinic management vendor, SGiMED has come out with a new feature to help clinics battle with this chaos.

Over here at SGiMED, our team came out with this new feature to play our part as a vendor to help our clinics provide better care for their patients, as well as protecting the clinic staff and doctors by reducing physical contact between patients and staff through physical contact of passing items such as Survey forms/ Declaration forms.

*Below images are for reference purposes. It can be easily done and configured to your preference in less than 10 minutes!

Public Health Preparedness Clinic(PHPC)

Our system is also PHPC Certified, and our system can help clinics meet the requirements and help track their claims for the Public Health Preparedness Clinic(PHPC).

Self Registration Via QR Code

We have this feature(QR Code) for uploading of documents initially, but now we have further enhanced it to allow clinics to use this as a way to let patients register themselves outside the clinic, especially if they have fever/ symptoms that require them to stay outside until their turn to see the doctors.

Below are some articles on Coronavirus that we think might be interesting for you to read:

China Quarantines Cash to Sanitize Old Bank Notes From Virus

The new coronavirus has restricted millions of Chinese people to their homes and towns, and now old bank notes are being quarantined.

The government cut off the transfer and allocation of old bank notes across provinces, and between cities most affected by the deadly outbreak, according to Fan Yifei, People’s Bank of China’s deputy governor. The central bank also ramped up measures to sanitize old money to reduce contagion risks and added 600 billion yuan ($85.9 billion) of new cash for Hubei, the epicenter of the coronavirus, he said.

(Source: Bloomberg News, 15 February, 2020)

Operations for GP clinics providing subsidised treatment

SINGAPORE – The first day of operations went smoothly for general practice clinics designated to provide treatment for people with respiratory symptoms, as the Ministry of Health (MOH) activated at least 687 clinics on Tuesday (Feb 18) in its Public Health Preparedness Clinics (PHPCs) network.

The ministry on Tuesday also sent out two weeks’ worth of personal protective equipment (PPEs) to PHPC clinics, including N95 and surgical masks, disposable gowns and gloves.

(The Straits Times, 18 February, 2020)

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