QI Equip Management Modules

The QI Equip software is designed for easy module upgrades and implementation. Once you subscribe to our service, you get access to all modules and upgrades as they are published. Each Module caters to specific reporting needs and is designed for quick deployment.


Administrative Module

 

The Administrative Module Features:

- Census Information
- Caseload Mix
- MDS Transmissions
- Therapy Screens and Evals
- Incidents and Summary
- Grievances and Summary
- Administrator requirements
- Unexplained expenses
- Comments and Concerns

 

The Administrative module is designed to collect census information, weekly Key Indicator data, and deliver important corporate communication and calendar events. The administrator or appointed person will key portions of information daily and other data will be keyed weekly and monthly. The total time in front of the computer should be no less than 10 minutes per day.


Clinical Module

 

Clinical Module Features:

- Wound Counts
- Infection Counts
- UTIs
- Respiratory Infections
- Restraints
- Falls
- Fractures
- Weight Loss / Gain
- Dehydration Occurrence
- Tube Feeding Occurrence
- Isolation Counts
- Direct Care Staffing Reporting
- Plus individualized tracking

The Clinical Module is designed to capture critical pathways that indicate acuity levels in your facility. By tracking and trending your information, you will have current and actual information derived for your facility committees. The information found in QI Equip can help you begin and continue a Quality Assurance monitoring process that can help with survey readiness and overall patient care. The total time in front of the computer should be no less than 10 minutes per week.


Financial Module

 

Financial Module Features:

- Key Budget Spend Down forms
- Petty Cash Reconciliation
- Medicaid Pending status tracking
- Medical Review tracking
- A/R Tracking for past due accounts
- Plus individualized tracking

The Financial Module is designed to collect critical information . The total time in front of the computer should be no less than 10 minutes per day