GP Desk

A patient electronic health record And practice management system

GP Desk

Maintain A Complete Electronic Health Record For Your Patients

  • Store patient allergies, problems, diagnoses, procedures, tests, medications, immunization, advance directives, and antenatal visits.
  • Record patient health events/encounters which include symptoms, signs, a joint mannequin, and a skin display.
  • Use point and click assistants and customized forms to build the event record.
  • Store patient pictures, documents, and video.

View Your Patients' Health Record From Different Perspectives

  • Summary view. A summary of the selected patient's health record is displayed as a snapshot or continuity of care record with all important information displayed.
  • Timeline view. A list of all health related events for the patient is displayed in reverse chronological order.
  • Select a problem and view health events and actions in a timeline view specific to that problem.

Use GP Desk to Monitor and Maintain Your Patients' Health

  • Track important health measures. Use the recall system to remind patients when action is needed.
  • Receive patient test results and documents for review and action.
  • Maintain a list of tests that have been requested but not yet done.
  • Add To Do items to remind you of actions that you need to take.
  • Create disease management plans with your patients and store a copy of those plans for later reference.
  • Use clinical tools such as growth charts, child development indicators, cardiac risk calculator etc.
  • Build practice targets for quality control.

Use GP Desk's Practice Management Features

  • Use the Scheduler to make patient appointments and keep each provider's waiting list up to date.
  • Bill patients and their health insurers and receive payment for services rendered.
  • Keep track of stock used and ordered.
  • Send messages to and receive messages from other practice staff members.

Run GP Desk From Microsoft Windows™

  • GP Desk is designed for Microsoft Windows™ (XP/Vista/7/8) and uses Microsoft SQL Server™ 2012 databases for patient data.
  • You can run GP Desk on a single computer or on a network.
  • The installer writes files to the installation directory only. No changes are made outside that directory. To remove GP Desk, you can uninstall the program using the Windows Control Panel, or you can simply delete the installation directory.

GP Desk Upgrades

  • To upgrade from version 4.0, run GP Desk and click the Check for Updates button in the Setup tab.
  • Version 4.0.1 makes changes to the Patient Event window adding Pregnancy/Antenatal visits and the option to use a customisable symptom and sign check list.


GP Desk Help Videos

GP desk 4.0.3 changes

  • Bug fix: Patient event summary incomplete when signing off versus just closing the event.
  • Bug fix: Problem adding a test result and individual tests from the Monitor->Practice InBox tab

GP Desk 4.0.2 changes

  • Patient Event diagnosis no longer required to sign off an event - now optional.
  • Drug database update (now a much larger download as a result of this)