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Giveaway of the day — GooPatient 2.0.0

GooPatient lets you create and maintain your electronic medical records.
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GooPatient lets you create and maintain electronic medical records for yourself and your family on your computer. In GooPatient you can make health records in the most natural way. Using hashtags like in Twitter you can easily organize records and link them to conditions, doctors, treatments, etc. Quickly add any health-related notes to your health journal: symptoms, medications, lab tests.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10 + .Net Framework 4 or higher

Publisher:

GooReader

Homepage:

http://www.goopatient.com/faq/

File Size:

6.2 MB

Price:

$19.95

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#11

I did not get to download this app. I missed it by 2 days while I was struggling with Internet access. Anyway, this app seems useful from the comments above. I was involved with Hospital Information System (HIS). Even until now our physicians in the clinic cannot collate each patients varied data from all the labs and investigations. Nurses have to run to the next room to print a Hematology result and come back to hand it to the doctor. Doctors struggle to read the thick paper sheets of each patient. The HIS is just there as a database. It does not collate patients' data by date or investigation. Doctors will always ask patients, "When was your last chest x-ray?" Of course patients too can't recall unless they have very good memory of it. So something like this app seems a good thing. Please make it available again so I can try it and tell you what else can be done about this app. I do HIS and other systems design as a hobby only. We have a Computer Science School at the main campus. They have experts and students whom I think can work on your app. I teach undergraduate biochemistry and I also do clinical discussion as part of PBL (problem-based learning). I also do MOODLE for e-learning.

Reply   |   Comment by Faridah Abdul Rashid  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#10

This will be useful to me if for no other reason than to print out an Emergency card. Thank you, GOTD and GooReader.

Reply   |   Comment by M. Aronson  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#9

I like the idea of this program. I was looking for something like this to keep track of my pet's medications, vaccines, ect. Right now I'm using an app that is basically a simple spreadsheet, but with reminders. It works and isn't too complicated. The only thing lacking is the ability to attached photos.

This program can be very useful in that it you can attach photos and reports directly to the record so that everything is in one place. I know there is Dropbox integration, but I don't know what that means for memory hogging things like X-rays or photos as it relates to the Android app. If you sync your phone to the Dropbox file, will it download all of the photos to your phone? I can see how that can be helpful when discussing something with your doctor/vet, but I can also see it utterly failing if the record gets too large for the Android's available memory.

I do like that this doesn't require an account on some company's computer. My personal information is mine. I understand the one-button convenience of services like Evernote, but I don't trust any of these companies with my personal information. If I need to transfer information between devices, it's almost as easy to do via other, more secure methods.

I do and don't like the hashtag feature. When I write a health record, I don't want to have to worry about writing a '#' whenever I want to tag that record. It's cumbersome to do while typing and even worse when trying to read. I would much prefer a separate section for tags included in the health record window.

I've entered a few items to try this out and have a few observations. Health records are listed by date, with the most recently dated at the top. If you enter multiple records on the same date, they are listed in the order that you entered them (most recent at the top). There is no way to edit the record for time. For instance, you can track medications or observations and list the time in the notes, but they are listed in whatever order you enter them. This severely limits the program for tracking things throughout a given day.

There is no way to add contacts to the program such as your doctor or hospital. The site suggest making a hashtag and edit the description of the hashtag with your contact's information. This seems to be a cumbersome way of going about this. There should be a list of contacts and the hashtag associated with the contact as part of the contact information.

In the left area are categories: All Records, Problems, Medications, Symptoms, Labs, Trackers, etc. The first 4-5 are listed vertically with text, the rest are associated with horizontal buttons (why?). These are the different categories in which you can place different hashtags. You have to manually put a new hashtag in the category by first creating the hashtag. You can't go into a category such as "Symptoms" and create a group of common symptom hashtags. You can edit or delete an existing tag when displayed in the viewing pane.

This brings me to my biggest complaint: there is no help file or explanation for any of these features. I visited the web page to see if I could find a brief explanation of how to use the program and there was nothing, not even an actual forum under the "Forum" tab. I did glean some information from the sales pitch. Granted, the program is fairly easy to use, but I don't like wasting time trying to read a developer's mind or looking for a feature that isn't included.

I was able to add a photo to both the health record and profile without a problem. I couldn't test the web cam. Pet peeve: when I want a photo, I expect the camera icon to allow me to add either by web cam or file. This program associates the camera with ONLY the web cam. If you want to add a photo, you have to use the "attach file" icon. I can see their reasoning, I just associate the "attach file" with text documents or scans.

There is no way to associate a reminder with standard medical care like yearly tests or vaccines. The sales pitch implies this will be useful for tracking migraines/pain but there is no way to chart the symptoms, triggers or other associated issues and it doesn't use the standard pain scale that the medical profession uses.

It's not a bad little program. It was a fast download. I like that it has a clean interface. I think it's a bit too clean when it comes to some features I'd like, but for someone who is keeping basic records, it can be useful. If you need to keep more detailed information, this simply won't do.

Reply   |   Comment by Melika  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#8

it requires net frame work.i have win 8.1 but not net frame work.how i can instal net frame work ?please give links

Reply   |   Comment by santosh patnaik  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

santosh patnaik,
Just search for "Microsoft Net Framework". It's free from Microsoft, just make sure you are on their site.

Reply   |   Comment by Melika  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#7

Installed on Win7 Ultimate 64bit with no issues. Created a profile for one of my pets, used his photo, entered his medical info, medications, procedures, had some images, his immunizations, no allergies to I created one and entered his medical insurance (home pet care thru me) and entered his emergency info (his is chipped). No issues, viewed the DB using sqlite, performed an test export to USB...anyway: No issues, no crashes. This is a useful little tool for putting everything in one place. Am gong to experiment with a human subject next. I think this software is well worth it's normal sale price - and especially worth it today as it's a giveaway! Thnx.

Reply   |   Comment by Kyle  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#6

Further to what @Piston Broke I fully agree that it can very helpful to have one's health records in easily accessible web
storage.
Where I disagree with his/her rapt appraisal is the basic function of this software.
Hashtags as in twitter? what nonsense!
If you take one look at the maker's page you know how uptodate that company is. SkyDrive? Microsoft decided to he call it OneDrive some time ago. Android (mobile) version is available, rated by exactly 3 users at 3.7, last update May 2013, wow!

I want to give Windows users some constructive help, never mind GOTD.

The ace application for storing data locally on PC, in the cloud, fully supported by Android, file management dead-easy, very much PC-like is Evernote.
Synchro, i.e. a key feature, no problem, done automatically! Scan your documents, ,add pdfs, pictures, Word and Excel files, rename files/folders or tag with your own or commonly known keywords and regardless of what time or place you have to call on emergency you can present the person's full case files and if needs be pass on everything out of the app by mail to medical staff. You can clip notes together, separate them.

If you trust Microsoft your option could well be the use of OneNote which has truly gone miles since I first knew it (then ignored it). It is free but requires a free Microsoft account.

But don't ever make the effort of transferring important data into software which you have never heard of before and which in the end is only of use if you have print-outs in a file readily at hand.

I don't how it is in other countries. but here doctors and all medical prefer to have the whole wad nowadays, preferably with significant bits highlighted and marked together with case history in Excel style list

Reply   |   Comment by Sigrid.DE  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

Sigrid.DE,
Evernote is not a practicable option for medical records, considering their track record concerning security. I have posted in their forums numerous times concerning a lack of strong encryption and every time they blew me off. Protecting user accounts is not a priority for them. Your preface "if you trust Microsoft" is somewhat ironic, because in this case its Microsoft which has taken security seriously for the Onenote platform, and its what I use after having abandoned Evernote a long time ago.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)

Robert Garofalo,
maybe you should try Owncloud with OwnNote app? :)

Reply   |   Comment by J.J.  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Robert Garofalo,
basically speaking nothing you share with anybody is safe whether by personal handover, email, upload to cloud storage, including hospital networks, doctors of your trust.
I never got any advertising popup from any company or affiliate clipped from random web search to Evernote web storage.
I use Microsoft services and have no personal identity fears but minimum since Win10 people have had reservations regarding Microsoft, and I do see how Win10 regularly send feedback or whatever regardless of settings.
But by mentioning the two ways of doing it better than using Goo or whatnot my sole intention was to point to other ways of having ready access to important documents such as health data wherever you go, at any time of the day.
As users here are to my assessment not the sort of people who could be held to ransom "in the unlikely event" of (pressure) no, data leak, and as long as you take adequate measures to blur out for instance your social security number and suchlike on documents before you upload your record on gall stones, cardiacs, antibiotica resistances, dental bills, whatever applies, basically nothing new to the rest of the world, not in the medical world.
All of us give away voluntarily more than we should do, but hey, we are a gregarious lot by nature and as long as we are able to exchange information we have nothing to fear. No indoctrination, nothing of the sort, but after years of positive experience with a service I felt strong enough to mention how it easy data storage with Evernote is. Peace, pls.

Reply   |   Comment by Sigrid.DE  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#5

Could not be downloaded through Firefox. Downloaded and installed using Chrome. Very limited program. Does not have tracking table of Daily BP measurements (several times during the day), or Blood Sugar (Glucose) levels (several times a day), or tracking for Insulin injections (several times daily). So is a fairly useless program for those who actually need to keep track of health conditions, medications test etc.

Tried to uninstall, and could not uninstall!!! Now this is a MAJOR PROBLEM... Do not want to have unecessary programs on my computer.

GOTD please provide guidance how to uninstall this buggy program!

Reply   |   Comment by Andy  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11)

Andy,

You need to download and install Toolwiz Time Freeze. It is a free program that let's you try things on your computer. If you don't like the results you simply reboot and you are back to where you started. No changes will be saved. Much safer than installing some thing on an unprotected system.

Reply   |   Comment by gpc111  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

gpc111,

About Toolwiz Time Freeze

If you do like the program then how do you keep it? It seems, when you reboot, the program is gone!
Do you reinstall the program without Time Freeze?

Reply   |   Comment by vin  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

vin, That is correct. If you want to keep the program after you reboot just don't start Time Freeze. Install as normal.

Another option is to install an older version of Time Freeze. The older version gives you the option to save changes or discard changes when you reboot.

Reply   |   Comment by gpc111  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

vin,
when exiting the frozen mode, you can decide if you want to keep all changes or discard them.

Reply   |   Comment by J.J.  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#4

Installed fine on Windows 7 (32bit) with all its little bobs and bells working. On first blush, it looks to be a nice program. It may not be an important program to have if you are a healthy person, but if you are married with a dozen kids then it may become important to track the health and qualms of the fruit of your loins, (your kids!!). Even if you are a caregiver with a few people that you monitor at the same time, then it becomes more important in knowing what is going on from the first cough.
Thanks GOTD and GooReader.

Reply   |   Comment by Piston Broke  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

I would like to add to my paragraph above, if GooReader are serious about their application in the medical field, then I can only suggest they include the functionality of adding BLOOD PRESSURE, GLUCOSE levels, CHRONIC medication/s being taken, and there is a host of other medical information that could and SHOULD be included if the author's of this software intend for it to become a serious contender in the marketplace. They just need to sit down with a medical practitioner/physician and determine what still needs to get included.
Having said this, it is a good start, but far from the end at present.

Reply   |   Comment by Piston Broke  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Piston Broke, Or sit with users (albeit virtually), eg, in a forum. I'm forum admin for Blumentals software and users' comments are always recommended and welcomed.

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Locke (CS Computer Services)  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#3

Will be a great program if I can figure out how to Sync the desktop and mobile versions. The Goopatient website says this can be done via Dropbox or other cloud storage sites, but I have not been able to import the file into Goopatient using the Android version and I simply get a "Please download an app associated with this file" error when I click the .sqlite file. Choosing "Import Profiles" doesn't actually import -- it simply opens the Goopatient website in an Android browser.

I really don't want to have to use a USB cable to sync every time I change my health records, so keeping this program for me is contingent upon finding a way to save the .sqlite file in a Dropbox folder and access it using both the PC and Android versions of Goopatient.

Reply   |   Comment by GHL  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

GHL,
According to the website, the database should be copied to "sdcard/goopatient/"
Whether you can do this from within the program or manually using a file explorer on your Android device is not clear, as I haven't tried it yet. But I can tell you from experience, programs that sync usually are supposed to do so transparently, and it's not common practice to have users move SQL-Lite database files around "by hand."

But once the database has been synced to that folder above it should be found by the program once you start it (according to their webpage). Let us know how it works out.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#2

Pointless program, in my humble opinion. Can't ever be used for official verification. But as ever thanks GOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by Herriot2  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Herriot2,
Official verification? What does that mean?

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Robert I simply mean that the Official bodies wont accept it as a true statement of the state of your health. It's kinda like saying you have a little cough when, in fact, you may have COPD. But like I said it's just my opinion. I just don't see any point in this software one bit. It's like making a solution for something that there is no need for

Reply   |   Comment by Herriot2  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#1

Installed windows 10. Seems OK except so much of it doesn't actually work. For example I can add a record, attach a file, take a picture, but not add the most important tag. Double clicking on anything on the list doesn't do anything, neither does typing a #. Likewise after clicking on symptoms, medication,problems, factors etc changes the label, but I can't do anything further.

I presume it's a net frameworks problem? But developer, software that needs something should at the very least flag that up during installation. and it's usual for it to pause the installation while it fetches/offers to install what's needed.

Reply   |   Comment by george  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

update. Seems I have the latest net frameworks installed, so unfrtunately just a buggy program.

Reply   |   Comment by george  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
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