Now there is a better way
Dosing medication directly from Medication Charts is a complex activity, even when using mobile devices. This is because first generation mobile solutions do no more than convert traditional medication charts from paper to electronic. CLEMM is different – CLEMM is task driven, which means that complex and error prone processes are transformed to be simple enough for even low skilled staff.
With CLEMM, users no longer need to interpret complex and busy charts. Instead, the system extracts information about a medication due for administration and presents it as a simple task. For example, a CLEMM enabled mobile device prompts when a patient’s medication is due, and then displays the required medication and dose to be given. Administration signoffs are automatically added to the electronic chart which complies with national standard requirements.
All actions are automatically recorded to provide real-time information and management reporting. Exceptions, such as skipped doses or observations, trigger instant email alerts to the nurse manager or doctor. Instead of searching through pages of complicated handwritten records, you can now review a drug round or check on a patient in a matter of seconds – and, you can do this from anywhere.
- Guides users of various skill levels through medication administration tasks
- Provides real-time information on drug rounds and patient medication status
- Accessible anywhere by authorised Doctors, Nurses, and Pharmacists
- Quick implementation and minimal user training
- Integrates directly with pharmacy supply to provide a single source of truth for patient medications
How does it work?
A compliant electronic medication chart still underpins the CLEMM system. However, the CLEMM Medication Administration uses mobile devices and clever task driven design to simplify the
medication administration process into essential steps. Users of various skill levels are guided smoothly through each task with simple prompts for action and input.
Now nursing home, hospital, and community care staff can safely and reliably administer medications.