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Electronic Health Records System for Clinics and Hospitals

An electronic record of healthcare information of an individual that conforms to recommended interoperability standards for HIT and that are created, managed, and consulted by authorized clinicians and staff across multiple healthcare organizations. It represents the concept of a longitudinal health record of the individual.

Besides replacing paper medical records, our EHR also replaces hand-filled lab forms and prescriptions. The functions of ordering tests and medication are also done electronically. Therefore, from the perspective of the doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers, our EHR has the following features to function as an effective electronic healthcare delivery system:

  • Documentation of clinical notes like history and exam generally done by the doctor/provider.
  • Chart review and results review—this feature lets the doctor or care provider review past visits by a patient, previous results of lab tests, and the medications the patient is and was on.
  • Orders for laboratory, medications, radiology, procedures, etc. All these are put into the system and electronically transmitted to the respective areas where billing and the service will be carried out. The system interfaces with the clinic’s lab information system (LIS) for the lab orders to go through and the results to be electronically sent back against the order. Similarly, it interfaces with the clinic’s pharmacy information system too, where additional functions like correct drug dosage, timing, and interaction checking can be built in.
  • A messaging or emailing system to receive and send messages like abnormal test results and referrals and to communicate via email with other members of the provider team to follow up on a patient’s care.
  • Our system can integrate with the clinic administration system to automate many back-office processes, for example, triggering of a charge for a clinic visit in the billing system, after the doctor closes an encounter. For smaller clinics, these can even be done in the system itself
  • Basic information about the patient, which starts with demography, and features of history and examination, investigations and diagnosis, procedures planned and executed, prescriptions, progress reports, and a possibility of automatic creation of summary overall review of the presenting problem and current status at all times.

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Electronic Health Records System for Clinics and Hospitals

An electronic record of healthcare information of an individual that conforms to recommended interoperability standards for HIT and that are created, managed, and consulted by authorized clinicians and staff across multiple healthcare organizations. It represents the concept of a longitudinal health record of the individual.

Besides replacing paper medical records, our EHR also replaces hand-filled lab forms and prescriptions. The functions of ordering tests and medication are also done electronically. Therefore, from the perspective of the doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers, our EHR has the following features to function as an effective electronic healthcare delivery system:

  • Documentation of clinical notes like history and exam generally done by the doctor/provider.
  • Chart review and results review—this feature lets the doctor or care provider review past visits by a patient, previous results of lab tests, and the medications the patient is and was on.
  • Orders for laboratory, medications, radiology, procedures, etc. All these are put into the system and electronically transmitted to the respective areas where billing and the service will be carried out. The system interfaces with the clinic’s lab information system (LIS) for the lab orders to go through and the results to be electronically sent back against the order. Similarly, it interfaces with the clinic’s pharmacy information system too, where additional functions like correct drug dosage, timing, and interaction checking can be built in.
  • A messaging or emailing system to receive and send messages like abnormal test results and referrals and to communicate via email with other members of the provider team to follow up on a patient’s care.
  • Our system can integrate with the clinic administration system to automate many back-office processes, for example, triggering of a charge for a clinic visit in the billing system, after the doctor closes an encounter. For smaller clinics, these can even be done in the system itself
  • Basic information about the patient, which starts with demography, and features of history and examination, investigations and diagnosis, procedures planned and executed, prescriptions, progress reports, and a possibility of automatic creation of summary overall review of the presenting problem and current status at all times.


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