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How Does Nightingale Notes EHR Help With Strategic Planning and Budgeting?

If you’re involved with the planning and budgeting at your public health agency, then you’re likely to be aware of what strategic planning is, and how an EHR like Nightingale Notes can make a big difference. However, if you’re new to planning and budgeting, then it might all be a bit confusing, and you might [...]

By |2018-02-12T12:36:27+00:00February 14th, 2018|Budgeting, Nightingale Notes, Strategic Planning|0 Comments

Top 10 Nightingale Notes Benefits

Following on from our Top 10 Nightingale Notes Features article, this time we’ll look at the Top 10 Nightingale Notes EHR Benefits. 1.Built on the Omaha System Nightingale Notes EHR is built on the Omaha System, which is a Standardized Terminology. The Omaha System is: Research based Specifically created to describe community health care Designed [...]

Top 10 Nightingale Notes Features

If you’re evaluating different EHR systems for your public health agency and don’t really know what to look for, what’s important to you, and what you need to be aware of, then this guide is for you. In no particular order, here are the top 10 features our clients say are important them, and why [...]

By |2018-01-23T15:55:39+00:00January 23rd, 2018|Community Health, EHR, Nightingale Notes|0 Comments

Nightingale Notes Is Your Partner In Improving Community Health

Nightingale Notes is your partner in improving community health. So, how does a public health EHR help to improve community health? The use of a common Electronic Health Record (EHR), such as Nightingale Notes, with all your clients in it, including their demographic descriptors, presents a wealth of data pooled in one central location. Your [...]

Koble Group announce addition of the Iowa Health Information Network (IHIN) to their HIE platform

Champ Software shares in the excitement of the Koble Group as they announce the addition of the Iowa Health Information Network (IHIN) to their HIE platform. What does this mean for Champ Software clients? So, what does this mean for Champ Software Nightingale Notes clients? Primarily, this new development means that when Champ Software's Iowa [...]

What Criteria Should A Standardized Terminology Meet?

So, what criteria should a Standardized Terminology meet? It’s a fair question, and follows on nicely from our previous articles about why Standardized Terminology is important and what Standardized Terminology really means. You might be surprised to learn that all standardized terminologies are not equal. Here’s our guide to some of the qualifications any good [...]

Are you satisfied with the data you’re getting from your documentation system?

Does your documentation system provide you with a continuous stream of rich aggregated data, on all your: Employees? Programs? Pay sources? Clients? No? Then you’re likely to be missing the most important ingredient for success – wisdom. Have you got the intuitive awareness you need? Having wisdom, or ‘intuitive awareness’ in your processes, from start [...]

By |2017-12-16T00:00:11+00:00November 17th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

An Interview with Champ Software by Karen Martin

We’re lucky to work alongside Karen Martin, RN, MSN, FAAN, Health Care Consultant, Martin Associates. For a change, instead of us asking her questions, she asked us our thoughts on Nightingale Notes and the Omaha System. We know the Omaha System is powerful, useful and capable, and how beneficial standardized terminology is, so Karen asked us [...]

By |2017-11-14T14:39:14+00:00November 14th, 2017|Nightingale Notes, Omaha System|0 Comments

Nightingale Notes works for Workforce Development

What is workforce development? The Wikipedia Workforce Development definition says it is: “an American approach to economic development, attempts to enhance a region's economic stability and prosperity by focusing on people rather than businesses. It essentially develops a human-resources strategy. Work-force development has evolved from a problem-focused approach, addressing issues such as low-skilled workers or the [...]

By |2017-11-07T11:41:24+00:00November 7th, 2017|Nightingale Notes, Workforce Development|0 Comments