Health Staff spend 38% of their time on administrative tasks
Create Smart Lists to view incomplete forms, and organize students by grade or sport.
Set Up Clinical Alerts
Make health staff aware of student medical issues such as food allergies, asthma, or diabetes.
Save Time With Check-In
Create a detailed queue of students seeking medical attention at the nurse’s office.
Send Push Notifications
Notify a parent or guardian on their mobile device when a student’s treatment note has been shared with them.
School Communication Easier than Ever
Magnus delivers a better way for your school to collect, track, and manage students health information. Streamline cross-departmental communication by securely storing all of your documents in one online portal and providing role-based access to staff.
Efficient Medication Administration
Keep track of the frequency and dosage of student medication requirements throughout the day.
Track immunization dates, waivers, and exemptions all in one place, eliminating the need to shuffle through paper records.
A customized compliance reporting tool takes the manual effort out of local and state immunization requirement compliance.
An electronic health record system (EHR) is the best method for managing student health documents at private and independent schools. This method is proven to streamline workflows, improve communication, increase compliance, and save valuable time for school nurses and health staff.
One way to automate student health reports is by utilizing an electronic health record system like Magnus Health. This digital system tracks all student health data in one central database. School nurses and health staff can set up Smart Lists and automated reminders to streamline reporting.
A student health document management system, also known as an electronic health record system, helps private schools prioritize student health and safety through digital organization. This method has been proven to reduce administrative workload, streamline staff operations, and save valuable time.