Student Health Professionals, Oberlin College
"So that's why we always try to look for a good product. Something that's going to help our department and help the college and actually you know help the students."
Watch Sharon Land and Marilyn Hamel of Oberlin College discuss how NueMD's Immunization Compliance Manager and monthly reports help run their clinic.
Marilyn: We are a small liberal arts college- under 3,000 students. We're a college and a conservatory. We provide primary healthcare to the students and that involves wellness and sickness, well-woman's care.
Sharon: What I like about the Nuesoft program is the immunization. On our campus about a year ago we had an incident with MMR. We didn't know our students- who had MMR injections or not.
Director, College of Wooster Wellness Center
"Even the people that were most resistant to computers probably learned to schedule within thirty minutes. And feel very comfortable about it and don't complain. So it's really nice to have an easy working system."
Esther Horst & Lori Stine of the Wellness Center at the College of Wooster discuss how the ease of use and flexibility of NueMD helps run their clinic.
Esther Horst: Wooster is a small city. The campus is about two thousand students.
Lori Stine: We have five different doctors that come down. And we also have Ob/Gyn doctors that come down- plus the counselors that we have here, the nutritionists.
Esther Horst: And it helps coordinate all the schedules of the employees and the students to be able to see the employees. And we really appreciate the scheduling abilities of the software.
Health Center Supervisor, Cleveland State University
"The best features of NueMD: making the appointment, looking at past appointment, looking for future appointments- much easier, much quicker, with a couple of key strokes."
Eileen Guttman, C.N.P., M.S.N., of Cleveland State University talks about how NueMD helps her clinic stay up to speed.
Oh boy, I didn’t study for that one. The best feature of Nuesoft: making the appointment, looking at past appointment, looking for future appointments- much easier, much quicker, with a couple of key strokes. And being at an university with a shoestring budget, the cost. So the ease of use and the cost are the two things that I think are the best.
Data analysis, much quicker. I can run things myself or have my graduate assistant run them. We can sort things by diagnosis, by month, by different dates, different transactions, different providers- much, much easier.