Developed in partnership with forensic medical examiners, the MedReportGuard Suite provides a complete set of forensic evidence collection forms with built-in tools and automated workflows. Tried and tested from emergency departments and rural clinics, this system is built for you.
- Improve Documentation: better document injuries.
- Patient-Centered: tablet-enabled and trauma-informed to allow you to focus on your patient and providing excellent care.
- Streamline Exams: shorten your exam times through built-in logic and automated workflows.
- Enhance Your QA: quality assurance is built into the DNA of the software to ensure high-quality evidence is produced.
- Simplified Records Management: store your forensic examinations including any images and associated documentation.
For team managers
- Leverage data to understand your patients, and better target training to your team.
- Understand case volumes to help streamline your on-call schedule manage limited resources.
- Easy reporting to help you apply for grants and collaborate with your local public safety agencies.
Any forensic examination form or screening tool can be made available to your team.
Current Standard Forms Available:
- Cal OES 2-502 Domestic Violence Examination
- Examination of persons involved in intimate partner violence including dating relationships
- Cal OES 2-900 Suspected Child Physical Abuse and Neglect Examination
- Suspected physical abuse and neglect, examination of children and adolescents under the age of 18
- Cal OES 2-923 Acute (<72hrs) Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Examination
- History of acute sexual assault (<72 hours)
- Cal OES 2-925 Non-Acute Child/Adolescent Sexual Abuse Evidentiary Examination
- History of non-acute sexual assault (>72hrs). Examination of children and adolescents under age 18
- Cal OES 2-930 Acute Child/Adolescent Sexual Abuse Evidentiary Examination
- History of acute sexual assault or assault (<72 hrs), examination of children and adolescents under age 18”
- Cal OES 2-950 Sexual Assault Suspect Examination
- In most circumstances, the general guideline for conducting suspect exams is within 72 hours of the assault. Injuries such as bruises, and bites, however, can be observed after a longer period of time. The longevity of most evidence is dependent upon activities of the suspect after the assault such as bathing, changing clothes, etc.
- Cal OES 2-602 Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse and Neglect Examination
- Examination for persons age 65 and older, and dependent adults between ages 18 and 64
- Forensic Assault Examination (FAX) Form