What is the cEMR?
The Mustimuhw cEMR is an easy-to-use, customizable software solution that supports a broad range of services and program areas within a citizens’ circle of care. This includes Community Health Nursing, Home Care, Mental Health, Child & Family services, and other unique community and paraprofessional services.
Historically, paper-based charting, as well as program-specific tools, have contributed to fragmenting the client record. The cEMR was designed to remove information silos within your organization by increasing your staff’s ability to appropriately share information, manage follow-up tasks, and communicate within and across teams.
The Mustimuhw cEMR is seen as a key foundational component to the digital footprint of most Indigenous health and human service organizations in Canada. Some teams may require other specialized tools, but at an organizational level the cEMR lays the groundwork for an efficient, safe and connected organization.
Client & Provider Registries
The cEMR provides robust client and provider registries with key information elements typically required in Indigenous service organizations. This includes family linkages between clients as well as household makeup and history.
Standardized Problem Identification
Health Centres have various approaches and needs with regards to scheduling services, clinics and appointments with their clients. Through the Mustimuhw software, organizations can schedule and manage:
- Virtual Visits (phone, text, video)
- Clinic Visits
- Medical Transportation
- Home Visits
- Client Reminders
- Follow-up Visits
e-Prescribing & Medication Management - Coming Soon!
Core Programs of the cEMR:
The cEMR supports a wide scope of nursing practice from community health/public health, to home care and extended practice. It includes standardized tools for immunization management, maternal child health, home care management, and customized clinical documentation templates.
Immunization Data Exchange is possible with provincial instances of Panorama and efforts are underway to enable the Panorama FHIR Immunization Interface to improve Immunization Program coordination with provincial partners.
Designed for mental wellness and addictions teams to better coordinate services and supports around screening, assessments, referrals, interventions, and care. Appropriate for Clinical Counsellors, Addictions Counsellors, Family Therapists, Youth Counsellors, and NNADAP Workers as it supports their interactions and activities with community members on an individual, family and group level.
The cEMR assists in the coordination and tracking of local and long-distance medical travel. This functionality includes tracking appointment and travel allowances (accommodations, escorts, meals, etc.), generating travel itineraries, appointment attendance forms, cheque requisitions, NIHB application, vehicle driver pick up/drop off report, and funding reports.
Dental & Children's Oral Health Initiative (COHI)
The cEMR also includes, Children’s Oral Health Initiative (COHI) and dental therapy services. Supporting the workflows from screenings, to planned and receive treatments, and imaging. Including client and program tracking, and all the necessary reporting.
The cEMR enables teams to meet the holistic needs of their community’s children, allowing for appropriate sharing of resources, data, and information. Using a case management, client-centric approach, the cEMR tracks the client’s progression through the program, their receipt of resources and supporting services, and meets documentation and reporting requirements.
Supporting the broad range of allied health services and professionals and their interactions with citizens in an individual and group setting. The cEMR enables access, documentation and information sharing for dietitians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech language therapists, and other allied professionals.
Acknowledging the diversity of programs from community to community, the cEMR is appropriate for capturing individual and group community programs such as school programs, elder groups, family support/counselling, infant and child development, children and youth programs, pre and postnatal education, group counselling, and more.
Child and Family Services
Reflecting an intimate working knowledge of the requirements and needs of Indigenous Child & Family Services, the cEMR aids in the delivery of services, including: Intake, Counselling, Support, Advocacy, Reunification, Risk Assessment, Care Planning, Client Travel, and Cultural Activities in both groups and one-on-one sessions. Also supported is the tracking individuals and families that are in kinship arrangements, customary care agreements, protection orders, apprehension, at risk, reunification, and children in care of the ministry.
Role-Based Access Controls
FIPS Certified Encryption
Multiple Deployment Options
Privacy & Security Controls
The cEMR meets the Federal & Provincial privacy and security standards and requirements. As part of our implementation, we provide organizations with a complete privacy and security policy manual that is compliant with their jurisdiction/province.
The Community Electronic Medical Record (cEMR), version 12.01.05, of Mustimuhw Information Solutions Inc. has received Canada Health Infoway Pre-Implementation Certification as an Electronic Medical Record.
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