For Both Autologous and Allogeneic Transplant Programs
Solves challenges related to Donor Selection, Mobilization, Collection, Inventory, Conditioning, and more.
For Heart, Lung, Kidney, Liver, and Pancreas Transplant Programs
Solves challenges related to Quality Initiatives, Waitlist Management, Adverse Events, and more.
Your transplant program is different from every other program, so why not install a transplant management system that is highly-configurable, one that can be customized to fit? With EDITLife, you get the advantages of custom software without the time and cost of developing it yourself. And, because we know and understand transplant, you get the right tools and technology to accomplish your goals.
Your system administrator will have the ability to manage users, assign role-based privileges and securities, and choose what data is displayed throughout the application, including in the banner and on both patient and general screens. Users can customize their dashboard, select a landing page, set a proxy, and more.
Our experience, expertise, and versatility ensures that with EDITLife, you have everything you need to successfully manage your transplant data.
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for documenting patients' UNOS waitlist status management data in the EHR.
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for documenting Acute GVHD assessment and Chronic GVHD assessment data.
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for sending Consult information to the patient record in the EHR.
HLA TISSUE TYPING
Interface between your EHR and EDITLife for HLA Serologic, HLA Molecular, Anti-HLA, and Crossmatches.
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for sending generic notes to the patient's record in the EHR.
LAB REVIEW SIGN-OFF
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for documenting that laboratory test results have been reviewed.
Interface between your EHR and EDITLife for immunosuppressant and other medication data.
LAB TEST RESULTS
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for Lab Results from both internal and external laboratories.
Interface between your EHR and EDITLife for Demo/Insurance/Next-of-Kin /Allergy/Hospital data.
Interface between EDITLife and your EHR for documenting Selection Conference attendees, decisions, minutes, etc.
Interface between your EHR and EDITLife for Procedure Observation Report Files and/or Report Links.
Interface between your EHR and EDITLife for capturing your patients' vaccination information.
EDITLife’s user-friendly tools for tracking patients and progress facilitate your program by providing transplant-specific, comprehensive, real-time information about your patient’s current condition and medical history. Bottomline: EDITLife helps you do your job more efficiently and effectively.
Create any number of simultaneously active Checklists – e.g., per period of care, disease, or candidacy – to track your SOP’s Administrative, Clinical, and Lab-Related tasks. Don’t spend time jumping from screen to screen, view Procedure results with a click of a button on the Checklists page.
EDITLife Checklists ensure that you do it right every time, for every patient.
Need to know which of the last 30 days’ referrals do not have a scheduled evaluation? 60 days? Or, whose financial approvals are expiring in the next 7 days? 14 days? How about which patients are due for follow-up testing? Patient Lists answer all of these questions… and more!
Choose which Patient Lists you want EDITLife to display front and center on your user-dashboard – then say good-bye to all those sticky notes!
Staying organized is key to managing the complex transplant process. The EDITLife user-dashboard shows everything you need to keep your day on track: messages, task, labs-to-review, and appointments, and conferences. An integrated Notification Center and other information-sharing tools allow providers to send secure messages and assign critical tasks, while tracking labs to review and the day’s appointments/selection conferences. Links allow deep dives for more details.
Send secure messages to an individual or to a group without jumping to another system. Keep your patient's private healthcare information, well, you know... private.
Individual and group-assigned tasks remain on the dashboard until marked complete by any one of the assignees. Highlighted overdue tasks sort to the top of the list.
Don't waste any more time checking again and again to see when lab results are ready for review. Focus on other things; EDITLife has your back and will keep you informed.
Never miss another meeting because you forgot to check your calendar. The EDITLife dashboard eliminates surprises by showing you your day, every day!
User-friendly, integrated report building tools allow you to answer questions at the speed of transplant! AND, without involving your IT staff!
A quick glance at the cutomizable banner displayed on every patient screen confirms that you are working in the correct patient record and tells you a lot about the patient: name, MRN, date of birth, gender, ABO, transplant type and date, status and status date, donor ID, clinicians, and other data that you choose to see front and center on every screen – including photos. By auto-updating the banner, EDITLife ensures that you see data in real-time, every time.
Quick Views, which are snapshots of real-time data, are everywhere in EDITLife. Patient, Provider, and Candidacy Quick Views provide instant access to pertinent information. Open a Patient Quick View in the banner to see the date of the most recent labs, vitals, contact info, and more. The Candidacy Quick View gives you something your EHR does not: a side-by-side comparison of the Recipient and Donor’s that includes HLA mismatches and the location of mismatches, as well as CMV and EBV results. Powerful!
Save time – let EDITLife do some of your work for you! Data entered once in EDITLife (manually or via interface) is auto-populated everywhere it needs to be – including in auto-generated reports, such as the Recipient Summary and Selection Conference Report. Printable, summary reports provide a comprehensive overview of your patient’s condition for monitoring care and/or presenting to the selection committee. The data you need is all in one place with links to even more information!