Diamond Package

998.00

Full house of RadarOpus functionality combined with 713 Reference volumes. Ideal for the advanced homeopath with a busy, thriving practice.

License & Copyright protection is through software encryption as standard. Alternatively, a Hardware USB Dongle can be purchased. Select your option accordingly. View description below for clarification.

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Description

Full house of RadarOpus functionality combined with 713 Reference volumes. Ideal for the advanced homeopath with a busy, thriving practice.

Engine: Diamond (see below for functions and features)
Repertories: Synthesis Repertory, Treasure Edition (2009); Kent’s Repertory; Synthesis Repertory Views; Repertory Additions
Keynotes: Radar vs4 Keynotes, Allen’s Keynotes & Characteristics; Personal
Analysis Filters: Analysis by Families
Families: Rosenthal’s 5 Elements; Bentley’s Miasms; Boenninghausen Concordances; Boyd; Dorczi; Taylor’s Periodic Table, Elements, Miasms & Kingdoms; Schroyens’s Nosodes, Paterson’s Bowel Nosodes, Schroyens’s Remedy Relations, Rosenthal’s State of
Matter; Stoteler; Teste
Concepts: Radar, Fonseca, Servais, Personal, Mateu, Acute Diseases, Dragos, Petrucci, Lara
Reference Library: 713 volumes (see below)
Maps: Bentley, Creveld, Evans, Gray, Hatherly, Master, Morrison, Plouvier-Suijis, Shore, Taylor, Vermeulen, Vervarcke
Patient File: Diamond
Support: Basic Support Service

Repertory Functions: Find, take and analyze Repertory symptoms; Save, recall and print an analysis; Information about remedies by double clicking on the remedy; Search for a remedy in Repertories, References, Wikipedia, Google (images) by right clicking on the remedy; 12 Symptom clipboards; 9 Analysis methods (minimum: sum of symptoms); Sort symptoms in analysis by homeopathic or alphabetical order, rubric size or intensity; Change an intensity from 0-10 for symptoms or add symptom qualification (eliminative – exclusive); Repertory Views; Editing tools basic: import Synthesis additions from other RadarOpus users (import logfiles); Editing tools basic: add existing remedies to existing Synthesis symptoms; Editing tools basic: export Synthesis additions by sending a logfile to other RadarOpus users; Editing tools advanced: make Repertory additions including source information.

References, Families, Concepts & Maps Functions: Find and read symptoms in References; View images inside References; Free new documents with new RadarOpus releases; Add single documents to your package(s); Free Maps (where applicable); Use concepts, linked to Repertory symptoms (according to package purchased); Use more than 5.500 families; Families function basic: use more than 5.500 families to limit or highlight in the analysis; Include Materia Medica symptoms in the analysis.

Patient File Functions: Create, edit, save and find patient files containing administration data, consultation text and analyses; Human and veterinary patient file; Additional administrative data (e.g. blood group); Add multimedia to administrative data (unlimited); Additional columns in patients’ list: last consultation, remedy, potency; From within the patient file, contact the patient by phone, Skype or email (or group emails); Create and print invoices or credit notes; congress function hiding patient name and address; Unlimited tags in the consultation text; Search and show tagged symptoms in current or all consultations, apply and search for symptom intensity, show important symptoms or personal tags only; Add lab tests, vaccinations and certifications; In summary of consultations quick overview of Repertory symptoms used; Add photo, sound, video, PDF, Word, or any other files to any symptom; Evaluate remedy reaction: general, subjective, Glasgow pathology scale, reaction type, etc.; ICD-10 code for pathologies; Print the prescription; Add new values in pick lists, sort items, add new pick lists and set your default values in pick lists.

Search Functions: Search words, remedies and families in all Repertories and References; Search in administrative patient data; Extract up to 10 remedies from Repertories and compare them; Limit Repertory search to a user defined search area (e.g.: delusions and dreams); Search in consultations, pathologies, prescriptions; Open several search windows (quickly compare different search results); Search in all patient data; Save and recall patient queries and export the result to Excel (a CSV file); Create a graph of the search result; Search text in current or in all consultations of current patient; Frequency-analysis of all patient queries.

Clificol: Upload cases to Clificol; Search cases in Clificol by remedies and pathologies; Search cases in Clificol by any (set of) criteria; Download a case as a PDF.

General Features: Context-sensitive help (in different RO languages), integrated video clips; Engine LiveUpdate (including new implementations and improvements for your engine); Backup and restore all personal information; Table of content lists for quick access to all Repertories, References, Patient files; Data LiveUpdate (including new documents and corrections based on your purchases); Table of Content icons to access family and remedy information; Export information using screenshot, copy-paste or email; View previously used symptoms by using the back, forward or history icons; Zoom in or out; Embedded customized internet browserCreate, categorize, sort and search bookmarks.

 

License & Copyright protection
License & Copyright protection is through an alphanumeric Software Protection License (SPL) as standard. One SPL applies to one computer only. If you want to use your RadarOpus on more than 1 computer, you need to purchase (add) an additional SPL for each additional computer.

Alternatively, a USB Hardware protection device, also known as a Dongle, can be ordered instead if preferred (see below). However, it is more expensive, adds shipping charges and is subject to availability. One Dongle can be used to work with RadarOpus on more than one computer.

For more detailed information and replacement of lost Software and Hardware licenses for RadarOpus refer to this news article.