The app gets a 2 * review because it has known issues for a while that aren't fixed when it comes to user interface & functionality compared to the iPhone app. There is no quick link to vitals, so you have to dig through the summary section to assess stability. Certain note types aren't viewable in app. eg. quick notes that often explain what happens overnight/between progress notes. Most damaging tho is still the complete inability to put in orders from your phone. Please get with it, Epic.
53 people found this review helpful
No order entry on Android software, however, this is available for iOS. The absence of this feature for Android renders this app nearly useless as I need to log into a computer for anything more than checking labs or reading notes. Also, I wish there was an improved interface viewing labs where you could view all chemistry related labs in one page instead of seeing a chem panel but having to find another screen to see the magnesium.
94 people found this review helpful
The app is barely functional. It's useful ok rounds, but sometimes it doesn't update patient information, so you'll have old medicine lists on haiku that is 3-4d behind. Also, the Android version of Haiku lags behind the iOS version by years. You can't look at imaging, you can't put in orders, and you can't edit notes at all (you can only write new ones sans templates). Get the app, but only because it's better than nothing.
45 people found this review helpful