Frequently Asked Questions
LungStats is not web based. It is a stand-alone solution designed to run on a PC.
LungStats will run on Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10.
Yes you can install LungStats on a network drive. It will be accessible to any PC with privileges to run it.
Yes, but only if you get the multi-user version. You would also need to obtain a copy or FileMaker Pro for each workstation you wish to use to access LungStats.
Yes. LungStats creates a log file of all output files. You can easily tell it to make another copy of any previous output file.
No. LungStats is based on the FileMaker Pro platform. Your database is limited to the size of your hard drive.
Yes. A letter can be created for patients notifying them of their upcoming exam due date. A letter can also be created to send to the ordering physician to let them know it's time for their patients screening exam.
Yes. A letter can be created for patients notifying them they should consult with their ordering physician for a follow-up exam. A letter can also be created to send to the ordering physician to let them know about the need for a follow-up exam.
There is an automated backup in LungStats. You can direct the backup to be saved at any location you wish. The backup function run every time you successfully exit LungStats. Up to 7 backups are created before previous backups are overwritten.
We will provide any updates and modifications to the software as soon as possible. This will be covered under your annual fee for purchases and under the lease agreement for leases.
Exam data is entered by a user. Patient demographics can be manually entered too or they can be imported from your hospital system if that is available. To check availability, please consult with us.
You can call us at (989) 252-7506 or email us at Support@lungstats.com.
After we receive the order, you will receive a link to download the installer to run on the PC you wish to use LungStats on. We will inform your IT person any specifics they need to know to setup LungStats properly.
Yes. LungStats data is encrypted in the database. It is not accessible to any type of importing or extraction without permission.
Yes. All user activity is tracked and logged. The system is password protected and further protection layers are in place for users and administrators respectively.
Yes. There are export buttons on several key data screens.