UniCharts is an electronic medical records (EMR) system for general practitioners, consultants and small clinics. It enables users to create refills, notes, charts, referral letters and messages. The solution also allows users to create customized charts, excuse letters, patient invoices and custom reports. UniCharts can be customized to cater to the needs of different medical specialties including primary care, neurology, pain management, general surgery, cardiology, urology and more.

Users can simultaneously manage and manipulate multiple patient charts and can forward them to other users in the medical facility. The patient screen provides various details including demographics, encounters and historical information.

UniChart can also be used to create various letters, consultation notes and custom reports with predefined or custom templates and have them printed or faxed. Users can export patient data in XML or PDF format and can import them from CSV or an Excel file format.

UniChart includes handwriting recognition technology and voice recognition technology. The solution can be installed on Windows operating systems and can be accessed via a web browser from the same workstation or others in the same network.



1 Reviews of Unicharts

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4.00 / 5 stars

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October 2017

zelko from Dokoteal

Company Size: 2-10 employees

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Ease-of-use

4 of 5

Value for money

4 of 5

Customer support

2 of 5

Functionality

3 of 5

October 2017

Very customisable. Relatively Easy to Use

For the purpsoe of writing professional looking notes it is very easy to use and customisable. I would like the use of Macros which is not supported.

Pros

Customisable. Works from a browser interface, although located on my machine.
Presents correspondence in an attractive fashion including my notes

Cons

Not being cloud based, I know they say you can access it but you need to have a server permanently on to do so and manage it yourself.
Lack of any interface with a medication program