We are using our own home-build Electronic Patient Record (EPD/EPJ/EPR) system called IntraZis for the last 7 years.
Now we would like a android app to show part of the IntraZis functionality on a tablet to be used within our hospital.
The part we are talking about is the "nurses daily checklist" application.
We have android libs to connect to our db and getting the data over json.
We can ask for a patient list,
we can ask for a checklist per patient.
We want to enter information for a checklistitem, like pulse, temperature (celsius), pain level (0-10), blood pressure (mm Hg) and "item done".
Have a look at the attached APK for an impression.
I hope this clarifies what we need. Please ask away if you want more information.
Some info about the screenshots:
-Selectie_004: this is the basic checklist shown in a browser
-Selectie_003: if something is checked but "not OK" it is "variantie". This means extra info is needed as shown by th 3 extra textareas that show up in that case one after the other.
The UI must be for an Android tablet eg samsung 10.1.
I need an app to put on a tablet to give to a nurse. Basically it is a very large "checklist". She will go do her rounds. Now she has 2 options:
1) Either she takes some aparatus (example: an electronic thermometer) and she visits all patient who should have their temperature taken. Who these are is clear by the "checklist" data in our database. She will visit them in an order suplied by the database (optimal route), take the patients temp and enters it (in degrees Celsius) in the system. The database stores: patient, time, temp and nurseID.
An other possible aparatus could be a blood pressure measurement device.
2) there are certain things to "check" in the current time slot (that can be done without a specific aparatus). She is presented with a list of patients that need checking and she visits them in an optimal route (supplied by our database). These "check" could be "what is your pain on a scale from 0 to 10)", "what is you heartbeat (aparatus attached to bed)", "has the OK been scheduled?", "give scheduled medication", "patient should now be free of fever", and a long long list of other checks.