The heart of the patented One Medical Passport System is the One Medical Passport Patient Portal. This secure, easy-to-use website allows a patient to submit comprehensive demographic, insurance and medical information directly to the medical facility(s) or physician(s) that the patient selects. This information is then immediately available to the doctors and nurses who will be caring for the patient, in a format specifically geared to the type of medical provider who is accessing the information. For example, Admitting Department staff would be able to view demographic and insurance information, whereas a preop nurse would be able to review and edit the patient’s complete medical history, in a concise format that makes an efficient yet thorough nursing preop assessment possible.
How does One Medical Passport do this? It starts by taking the complex task of creating a complete medical history and breaking it down into a series of simple steps that are easy for the average patient to complete. For example, there is a page on “Allergies” and a page on “Current Medications”. A patient cannot advance to the next section until all required questions have been answered, ensuring that every Medical Passport meets the same high standard of comprehensiveness and accuracy.
Based on the history that a patient submits, One Medical Passport automatically takes patients down different Major pathways include different questions for females vs. males and for pediatric patients vs. adult patients.Then, based on specific responses to specific questions, patients may or may not be prompted to answer follow up questions.
Dropdown menus and yes/no radio buttons make the site easy and fast, and eliminate almost all free text answers. Furthermore, content specific help is provided for each page. Best of all, once a patient completes an initial Medical Passport, all that is required for future visits or procedures is a few minutes to update the information contained in the original Medical Passport. And, of course, patients have unlimited future access to the One Medical Passport system so that they can use the Medical Passport that they have created as the basis for their own electronic personal health record.