Siren Field User
Siren Field User is the front-end data capture application in Siren ePCR Suite and is designed with the end user in mind. Field User’s big button design provides a consistent and professional user experience that makes all aspects of data entry finger-friendly. Visual cues reduce charting times, and visual feedback assists with complete and accurate documentation.
Field User transmits patient records in real-time for immediate access both within your organization and by outside agencies, such as receiving destinations and national reporting repositories. Clinical staff have access to a set of tools to support and improve the quality of their decision making regarding patient treatment and transport. Data from multiple sources (CAD, defibrillator/monitor, patient record databases) can be automatically captured in Field User. Patient records can be transmitted to your organization and to other receiving facilities.
Siren’s hyperlinking of validations allows a user to quickly complete their ePCR by entering just the required information defined by your organization.
The Siren CAD interface allows you to integrate Siren with your computer aided dispatch system (CAD) using open standards. Siren currently integrates with leading CAD vendors.
Import and integrate data captured on defibrillators/monitors into ePCRs. Siren currently integrates with:
Quickly create a record by retrieving patient data from a patient’s recent ePCRs. The MedicAlert Patient Lookup add-on gives paramedics immediate access to a patient’s MedicAlert electronic record while providing care to patients.
Five mannequins (adult droid, adult female, adult male, child, and infant) have front, back, left, and right side views. All mannequins allow multi-body part selection and can display injury / observation selections in callouts, with a line to the associated body part.
Record blood gases, other chemistry, and diagnostics.
Record care plans and collaborate with other patient care pathway teams for community-based health care.
Access your organization’s online or locally stored protocols / guidelines.
Create an ePCR on one device and transfer to another device with or without network connectivity.
Print, fax, or email records to the receiving location or other care providers.
Automatically capture data from swipe cards, barcodes, and QR codes.