Physician Assisted KeyboardTM
is a function of Ten Second Medical RecordTM.
October 13, 2007
Physician Assisted Keyboard markedly reduces keystrokes necessary to make a progress note. In short, the Physician Assisted Keyboard offers to enter the usual symptoms for a condition just by typing the letter “x” followed by the diagnosis. For example, starting to type “xcystitis” produces a pop up box offering to enter “dysuria and frequency w/o flank pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, or chills, vaginal dc, nor abd pain.”
Starting to type “xxcystitis” causes a pop up box offering the usual physical exam “CVA nontender NAD nontoxic.”
Whole sentences are also being made for a similar function, starting with the letter “y” instead.
(The regular Ten Second Medical RecordTM offers the whole note except for the treatment with starting to type “cystitis.”
S: dysuria and frequency w/o flank pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, or chills, vaginal dc, nor abd pain w/o more
O: NAD nontoxic CVA nontender
P: …. )