Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Doctor’s Diary is an Electronic Health Record platform. An Electronic Health Record or EHR are digital records of health information. They contain all the information you’d find in a paper prescription and a lot more. EHRs include past medical history, immunization, allergies, vital signs, diagnoses, prescriptions, lab data and imaging reports. They can also contain other relevant information, such as demographic data, and even data imported from wearable technologies like Fitbit, Jawbone.

The power of an EHR lies not only in the data it contains, but how it’s shared. EHRs makes health information instantly accessible to authorized providers across practices and health organizations, helping to inform clinical decisions and coordinate care.  An EHR can be shared with all clinicians and organizations involved in a patient’s care such as labs, specialists, imaging facilities, pharmacies, emergency facilities, and school and workplace clinics.

An EHR and an EMR vary greatly, although many use the terms EHR and EMR interchangeably. An EMR (Electronic Medical Record) is a digital version of a chart with patient information stored in a computer and an EHR (Electronic Health Record) is a digital record of health information.

A HIS stands for Hospital Information System. It is a comprehensive, integrated information system designed to manage all the aspects of a hospital’s operation, such as medical, administrative, financial, and legal issues and the corresponding processing of services.

Presently, we do not offer HIS solutions. We are more focused on EHR because of deeper impact to preventive healthcare.

However, in the near future, we plan to provide HIS solutions.

Yes, Doctor’s Diary caters to a number of medical specializations including:

  • General Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Pulmonology
  • Gynaecology
  • Pediatrics
  • Dental Sciences
  • ENT
  • Orthopedics
  • Neurology [upcoming]
  • Oncology [upcoming]
  • Nephrology [upcoming]
  • Radiology [upcoming]

We will soon incorporate other medical specializations.

Yes, Doctor’s Diary has both OPD and IPD modules. We are continuously incorporating more specialized IPD modules.

No, Doctor’s Diary does not. Brainpan Innovations believes that a great doctor does not require any social media marketing. We provide solutions to scientific and high impact challenges. This is and will always be our core focus.

Doctor’s Diary for Kids is a complete healthcare program for children. Our vision is to enhance the scope of Pediatric Healthcare through Life Sciences and Data Analytics. In collaboration with leading Pediatric Hospitals and Practitioners, we provide quality medical care to children by ensuring:

  • Timely management of any disorder through routine health checkups, conducted by advanced medical experts.
  • Health education programs are organized frequently, to spread health awareness amongst parents and children.
  • Medical assistance in special cases.
  • Continuous research, using technical advancements and data analytics, to identify new possibilities and improvements in quality healthcare, planned for each child.

Doctor’s Diary for Kids is a personalized program and can be modified as per the needs of an individual, or an educational institution (school or kindergarten). One can enroll to our available list of services by contacting us via phone or email.

Routine health checkups are conducted once in every six month or annually by our team of reputed pediatricians, ophthalmologists, ENT specialists, dentists, and nutritionists. Children are assessed on the following grounds:

  • Growth Chart (Height, Weight, BMI)
  • Blood Pressure
  • Physical Examination
  • Immunization
  • Order Test, if required

In addition to this, we consistently observe and attend to concerns such as eating, bathroom habits, sleeping, physical activity, etc.

Doctor’s Diary for Kids gathers and regularly updates a vast range of data, containing vital information, mainly related to family history, birth history, medical history, development profile, behavioural trends, and parental concerns.

Doctor’s Diary for Kids gathers, maintains, and regularly updates vital information for every child. We use complex modeling and machine learning algorithms to provide us a more detailed view for each child and a deep insight on improving healthcare outcomes and sustenance.

Health awareness programs are conducted once in every six months, in order to educate and update parents, as well as children, regarding any important health related information. An appointment is strictly recommended.

If we don’t get privacy right, we will fail in our mission and our business. We’ve worked hard to develop a privacy approach and a Privacy Policy that protects and respects our users. The policy spells out how anonymous information may be gathered and used. Please take a look at the Privacy Policy and the related Terms and Conditions, and let us know what questions you have about it.

We may share anonymized data from surveys, conversations, or use of our website. This is such an important topic that we cover it in more detail on this page. We use government guidelines to eliminate identifiable information, which means that names, locations, email addresses, and other identifying information is removed.

We take seriously our responsibility to only share anonymous information. Before sharing any of our members’ information, we remove identifiable information, including names, locations, email addresses, and other identifying data. We make sure any information we share meets or exceeds a federal standard for “de-identification” set by a medical privacy law.

In general, yes. When it comes to information that identifies individuals, we ask for explicit permission before disclosing it (except for the narrow situations explained in the Privacy Policy such as if a law or subpoena requires us to disclose something). If we want to share your story in a public blog post, for example, we must have your permission first.

On the other hand, we do share anonymous data with our partners without consent. That information does not identify individuals. For example, we may share a summary of the most important issues brought up by patients with a given cancer with a medical center that cares for patients with that type of cancer.

Please be aware that, even without your or our permission, it is possible that other members of the site may inappropriately disclose your information outside the site. You should thus be careful when deciding how much information to share in discussions on the site.

We use modern security measures to secure your information, including Secure Socket Layers (SSL) for encryption.

We don’t yet have a formal way of downloading your data, but we will.

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