The University of Texas uses Smartabase as their EMR as well as their AMS. This enables departments to house their performance and training data in the same place as their injury, health and nutrition information.
The Smartabase scheduling component is a critical as a part of the EMR system as it enables medical staff to book appointments in with athletes, then take notes directly in the system attached to that athlete.
This is highly secure and can only be accessed by the medical staff with permission, however summaries and ‘status’ updates on student athlete health or injuries can still be added, which feed through in real time to dashboards for coaches and performance staff.
The dashboard on the left shows a coach dashboard depicting each of their athletes in a given team and a quick summary of their readiness to perform. If a student athlete is injured and unavailable to play, they would be quickly identifiable by a red banner in their summary.
Housing performance and medical data in the one platform will ensure information is shared in real time with minimal downtime, and no department needs to look outside of the system in order to find information relevant to them.