Abstract

Using a daily journal by people with bipolar and urinary incontinence is beneficial to their diagnosis and treatment. A diary entry feature in CapMed’s PHR software would be a nice addition to their program and help people who suffer from bipolar and urinary incontinence. A feature allowing physicians and therapists to alter the structure of the interface by adding their own questions and formatting the way users could answer will help doctors and therapists analyze the results better and quicker. The data required by patients is in a simplified format, so they type as little as possible. This data is transformed into charts helping diagnosis and help the patient see warning signs of manic or depressive episodes or possible urinary incontinence.