World Mental Health Day 2014 – We support to treat Schizophrenia!

We at iPatientCare, work with goal to provide better care to the patients at reduced cost. US HealthCare industry and government has been implementing various modules to achieve better patient outcomes. So, on this World Mental Health Day 2014, Schizophrenia is one of the important issue to which we soulfully support to treat the patients who are living around us like every common man.



According to WHO,
26 million people globally live with Schizophrenia
90% of people with untreated Schizophrenia live in the developing world
50% of people with Schizophrenia cannot access adequate treatment

To put more light on Schizophrenia, sharing something about it.

Schizophrenia is diagnosed as a mental disorder which makes it hard for patients to

– Understand and state differences between real and unreal
– It becomes bewildered situation for patient to think clearly
– Patient acts weird as they are answering to these misconceptions and hallucinations.

iPatientCare, a pioneer in mHealth and cloud-based ambulatory EHR and integrated Practice Management solutions considers patient’s health as a priority and developed ‘Physiatrist specialty EHR’, focused on the needs of Physiatrist. It allows them to note patient health records easily and gives more time to provide better patient experience. Eventually, it helps to record the keynotes of Psychotherapy and treat the patients effectively.

About iPatientCare Physiatrist EHR:

iPatientCare Physiatrist EHR is structured in the way that Physiatrists can smoothly maintain the records like Treatment Plan, Drug Abuse, PHQ-9 or Depression Questionnaire, Beck Inventory, AIMS Form, Mental Status Exam, Mini-Mental Status Exam, and DSM-IV Diagnosis codes.

To know more about the specialty focused EHR, contact us at


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