FACES Foundation recently adopted a new medical record keeping system, which was generously donated to the Foundation from SOAPware Inc. The new system will help FACES provide high-quality care for its medically underserved clients with a new level of coordination. SOAPware Inc. will work closely alongside FACES to deliver a solution which can accommodate the Foundation’s needs for individual patient follow-up and collaboration with numerous local community resources.
Dedicated to offering comprehensive care beyond surgery alone for indigent, medically isolated patients with cleft lip and palate deformities, the FACES Foundation has transformed hundreds of lives by performing corrective surgeries in conjunction with their individualized and holistic follow-up services. The Foundation has long used a unique, internet-based model to connect with their international patients, and looks forward to integrating their current capabilities with those an EHR can provide.
As FACES Foundation President Dr. Thomas Albert MD, DMD, maintains, “Having a reliable, flexible EHR allows for much better follow up and data collection. It is a crucial part of trying to provide the same level of care as we do for patients in the US. The generous contribution from SOAPware will help tremendously in our mission.”
With over 20 years of experience in the industry, SOAPware Inc. has an established record of promoting the continuity and efficiency of medical care in practices across the globe. “SOAPware is privileged to work with the FACES Foundation,” says Randall Oates, M.D., Founder and President of SOAPware, Inc. “By empowering medical professionals with innovative technology and services, we believe that we can improve healthcare and the quality of life for patients worldwide.”
FACES is thrilled to be using this new Electronic Health Record, which will make operations smoother while in Peru, and will allow for greater opportunity for data capture and analysis.