Medical Test Drive



Bader Technologies, Inc.

2045 Westgate Drive

Suite B-1

Bethlehem, PA 18017





First, we recommend that you have a recent version of Internet Explorer.  If you do not, you can click here to download and install the latest software.  Depending on your organization, you may want to contact your technical support staff and have them do this for you.

We also recommend that you have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader; you can download it from this screen by clicking on the “Get Adobe Acrobat” icon on the left side of the screen.  Follow the instructions for installing Acrobat Reader.  Once you have completed the installation, you may continue.  Again, you may want to allow your technical support staff to do this as well.

Now, Click here to print this screen. Have the printout in front of you for the next step.  The instructions below will walk you through real-life examples.

Click here to enter the site as a Medical professional.

The first thing you will see on our site will be the “What’s New” page. This page will inform you of any changes, updates or relevant news about our site. You will see the “What’s New” page only when we have new information to pass on to you. If you don't see the "What's New" page it means you or someone else has viewed it already.  To view it again, just click the "What's New" link on the top, rights side of the screen.

Press “Continue” on the bottom of the "What's New" page.

You are now at the “Medical Search” screen. This screen is designed specifically for Medical professionals. You are now ready to quickly access the information you are looking for.  Below are some examples for you to try.

Example 1-Patient Lucky B. Alive was in for an office visit on 4/23/01 and the insurance company has failed to pay for his treatment.  They want documentation that he was examined that day and the results of the examination.

Solution: On the “Medical Search” screen enter “04/23/2001” in the “Admission Date” field and press the “Search” button.  You will see only one Alive patient, Lucky.   On the far right of that line, Lucky’s  file, there is a command “Open”.  If you use your mouse to click on the “Open” command, you will see all visits for this patient. In this case there is only one, an ER visit. Clicking "Open" will show all documents for this visit.  This document will be displayed in Adobe Acrobat.  On the Adobe Acrobat tool bar you can click on the printer icon to print this document.  Press the “x” icon in the upper right corner to close the present document.  If you are done with Mr. Alive’s file, click on the “Home” button to return to the “Medical Search” screen.

Example 2- A doctor from a clinic in a neighboring town contacted you about one of his patients, Wilma K. Baily who said you were the last doctor to treat her.  You have no recollection of this patient, but since you see many patients during your time in the ER, it is a possibility.

Solution: Start at the “Medical Search” screen, remember, if you are not there, you can just click on the “Home” button.  Click on the “Clear” button to remove any information from your last search.  Then enter “Baily” in the “Last Name” section and click on the “Search” button.  Wilma’s file is there for your review.  If you click on the “Open” button, you will see an E/R visit on 11/23/1999 was your only encounter with Wilma.  If you click on the “Open” button, the E/R report is there, which you can view by clicking "Show Me."  Remember, you can close the document by clicking on the “x” in the upper right hand corner of the document.

More…Now that you are familiar with some of the basics, go back to the “Medical Search” screen by clicking “Home” (next to “Learn More”).  Click on the big yellow question mark in the top right corner of the “Medical Search” screen and the “Medical Records Search Help” screen will appear.  This Help Screen will show you how to perform additional types of searches.  Here are a few patient’s names and other info for you to search by: 

        Patient Names


          Medical Record Number      

    Date of Treatment

Gomez Adams




Maria P. Sanchez




Wilma K. Baily




Don Williams




Lydia M. Arnat




Nelson Long




Lucky B. Alive




We look forward to hearing from you!

Note: Each screen in ObjectBaseX™ has a built in help facility. To access help from any screen, just click on the big yellow question mark in the top right corner of that screen.

You can improve the usability of the system further by choosing the right hardware and by making a few simple changes to the Adobe Acrobat default settings.  To see a list of recommended settings and instructions for changing them, click here.

Have any Questions? Press “Contact Us” in the upper right corner and send us an email or give us a call!