TB Exposure and Treatment Information Repository
The TB medical surveillance module contains a health worker and patient survey that gathers all regulatory required exposure, prior treatment, diagnosis, and symptom information for tuberculosis. Clinical decision support is integrated with the questionnaire to ensure consistent level of care per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for TB surveillance and exposures. The survey is required whenever there's:
The TB testing includes charting forms for tuberculin skin tests (TST), and QIFN/IGRA (Quantiferon Gold) blood tests, chest x-ray interpretation forms, symptom and exposure surveys, and TB symptom review and program reporting.
ReadySet can schedule appointments and send reminders for TB testing programs. It offers a range of reports, including conversion and compliance rates and filtering by department, facility, or region. It includes results and conversions that may be reportable to county health departments.
As part of ReadySet clinic management, an event access portal allows for rapid and efficient processing of participants during campaign events for tuberculosis screening. The event management feature gives the required flexibility during mass campaigns with the security necessary to protect patient information.
The TB testing medical surveillance module is 100% paperless:
1. NIST 800-53: National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication 800-53, "Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations."