With MyChart you can:
• View your health information
• Stay in touch with your physician
• Manage your appointments
• Access your family's health information
You must first create an account through your healthcare provider in order to access your information through MyChart. If your healthcare provider is not listed, or if you require support accessing your existing account, contact them directly about accessing your account through the MyChart app.
Dr. Guide: This module contains diseases list and its information about each disease. Here symptoms and treatments are also contains in menu. This is very useful for patients.
First Aid: This module maintains First aid of diseases and injuries.
Dr. Profile: This module maintains information about our doctor‘s and medication details.
Direction: Direction contains us can get the current location and find the location of hospitals and destinations through Google maps.
Contacts: Here contacts module maintains the total hospitals Emergency contacts.
This is an indispensible tool in the hands of Healthcare Architects, Planners, Hospital Owners, Inspectors and Health Authorities.
These guidelines are accessed through an intuitive User Interface which is divided into 5 parts:
Part A- Administrative Provisions
Part B- Health Facility Briefing and Planning
Part C- Access, Mobility, Occupational Health and Safety
Part D- Infection Control
Part E- Engineering
The Medical Templates are provided as “Standard Components” and offered in two formats:
Room Layout Sheets (RLS)- These are highly detailed A3 size Architectural plans complete with Metric dimensions, abbreviations, codes etc. Each of the 450 unique room type which makes up all the Hospital departments has been provided in Plan form plus 4 elevations including installation height of fixtures and equipment. The detail provided is almost ready to build. Designers are free to copy or use these plans in any way that suits their projects. The choice and responsibility will be theirs.
Room Data Sheets (RDS)- Each of the above RLS’s has a counterpart in written form called Room Data Sheets. These are 2 to 6 pages of compact specifications under several categories:
Primary Information- Minimum size in m2, occupancy, special requirements, adjacencies etc.
Building Fabric and Finishes- All requirements of the building fabric for each room including Floor, Walls, Wall protection, Ceiling, Cornice, Observation etc.
Furniture and Fittings- All the non-serviced content in the room including chairs, tables, trolleys, bed screens etc
Fixtures and Equipment- All the serviced content in the room including sanitary fixtures and medical equipment etc
Building Services- All the required serviced outlet types and quantities including power, lighting, nurse call, medical gas, data, hydraulics, security etc
All of the above are offered for viewing on the Android devices in PDF format. The application will check for updates at the source and will auto-download any changes to the device memory.
The Health Facility Guidelines (iHFG) have been created and are managed by “Health Projects International” (HPI), the acknowledged specialists in Health Planning and author of numerous international healthcare standards and guidelines. Various customisations of the iHFG are offered by HPI’s international network (TAHPI).
In this version, only the the generic International iHFGís are provided for Android devices. It includes all the content described above.
The separate PRO version of the application provides the above iHFG content as well as several other International Health Facility Guidelines in one convenient application. More Countries are added progressively as the application is updated.
This version provides a Generic (international) set of Guidelines which can be used in any Country after checking with over-riding local regulations and Authority requirements.