Electronic Health Applications

Electronic Health Applications

Electronic Health Applications are content management and workflow automation solutions provider that integrate electronic versions of paper documents and other digital information with organizations’ existing business applications and supply chain. Our experts offers a wide range of electronic Applications that will help in the productivity of the health care institutions.
These emphasis on regulatory compliance, cost containment, efficiency and productivity enhancement has caused organizations to seek ways to electronically automate traditional labor-intensive, paper-based processes. Therefore, our experts utilize custom-built technology to create paperless solutions that enable to achieve maximum efficiency and profitability.

Considerations:

For practical purposes, it’s difficult and almost impossible to totally eliminate paper from a workflow. Contracts, government documents and employment forms are examples of business materials that often need printing on paper even if you scan and store the final documents electronically. Some of your customers may not be set up for electronic billing or may prefer paper bills, or laboratory results. Even if your goal is a paperless environment, acknowledge the fact that there still will be some paper documents to deal with, But not like before.

Health Care Institutions that Utilize Our Electronic Health Care Applications will:

  • Experience increase efficiency of patient health care and their family.
  • See a significant reduction in the cost of handling paper instantly.
  • Enjoy the simple user interface devices of the electronic health care applications.
  • Realize immediate improvement in profitability.
  • Access and analyze data easily and in appropriate manner.

Some of Our Products...

Electronic Scheduling Appointments – Clinic Appointments Program

Never ask “what time works for you?” again. Clients can quickly view your real-time availability and self-book their own appointments. just need to do is show up at the right time. It’s easy & user-friendly. clinic appointment program is patients’ online assistant,  working 24/7 to fill patients’ schedule.

Emergency Department – Electronic Emergency Medical Files

This application uses a simple user interface device, efficient, easily accessible, technologically advanced system to support optimal patient care. It includes the following sections registration, triage, nursing, physician, intervention & procedure, laboratory, radiology, consultation, patient’s items & procedures, emergency trolley resuscitation, Store  & accounting interface. All data saved and stored in a google drive.

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Pre registration – Early Warning Program

Further studies have documented improved safety and better clinical outcomes when used Early Warning Program as a trigger for rapid response team activation, Many hospitals in the world have implemented this tool to monitor patients and recognize those that may deteriorate and might benefit from an escalation of care. Therefore, Early Warning Program which developed by holistic health care team can be one of the triggers that help a patient to save their life.

Research Publications in regard of Electronic Health Applications​

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Original Research

Attitude toward the use of electronic medical record systems: exploring moderating effects of self-image

Noh Mijin, Hyeongyu Jang, Beomjin Choi, Gantumur Khongorzul

Abstract

The successful implementation of an electronic medical record (EMR) system depends on the acceptance of the system by the user who puts it into practice. Understanding medical professionals’ attitudes toward the use of EMRs is important for a successful implementation of the system. This study examines the attitude of medical professionals toward the use of EMRs by drawing from the theory of innovation diffusion and the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). First, authors identify the characteristics of EMRs and examine its’ impact on perceived usefulness, which together with perceived ease of use in turn influences attitude toward using EMR. Second, authors examine the moderating effects of self-image between the key constructs of the TAM.  Survey data from physicians and nurses from Korean hospitals were collected and analyzed using confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling techniques. Results of the study showed that compatibility, security and accuracy have a positive effect on perceived usefulness, but reliability had no significant effect on perceived usefulness. Moreover, self-image acted as a moderating variable between the relationships between perceived ease of use and attitude and between perceived usefulness and attitude toward the use of EMR. 

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Original Research

Use of electronic medical records and quality of patient data: different reaction patterns of doctors and nurses to the hospital organization.

Lambooij MS, Drewes HW, Koster F

Abstract

Background: As the implementation of Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) in hospitals may be challenged by different responses of different user groups, this paper examines the differences between doctors and nurses in their response to the implementation and use of EMRs in their hospital and how this affects the perceived quality of the data in EMRs.

Methods: Questionnaire data of 402 doctors and 512 nurses who had experience with the implementation and the use of EMRs in hospitals was analysed with Multi group Structural equation modelling (SEM). The models included measures of organisational factors, results of the implementation (ease of use and alignment of EMR with daily routine), perceived added value, timeliness of use and perceived quality of patient data.

Results: Doctors and nurses differ in their response to the organisational factors (support of IT, HR and administrative departments) considering the success of the implementation. Nurses respond to culture while doctors do not. Doctors and nurses agree that an EMR that is easier to work with and better aligned with their work has more added value, but for the doctors this is more pronounced. The doctors and nurses perceive that the quality of the patient data is better when EMRs are easier to use and better aligned with their daily routine.

Conclusions: The result of the implementation, in terms of ease of use and alignment with work, seems to affect the perceived quality of patient data more strongly than timeliness of entering patient data. Doctors and nurses value bottom-up communication and support of the IT department for the result of the implementation, and nurses respond to an open and innovative organisational culture. Read More

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Original Research

Successful Introduction of an Emergency Department Electronic Health Record

Douglas A. Propp, MD

Abstract

Emergency department had always relied on a paper-based infrastructure. The goal was to convert to a paperless, efficient, easily accessible, technologically advanced system to support optimal care. We outline our sequential successful transformation, and describe the resistance, costs, incentives and benefits of the change. Critical factors contributing to the significant change included physician leadership, training and the rate of the endorsed change. We outline various tactics, tools, challenges and unintended benefits and problems. [West J Emerg Med. 2012;13(4):358-361.]. Read More

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Original Research

Emergency department Modified Early Warning Score association with admission, admission disposition, mortality, and length of stay

Juan J. Delgado-Hurtado, MD, Andrea Berger, MAS, and Amit B. Bansal, MD, CPE, FHM

Abstract

Background: Geisinger Health System implemented the Modified Early Warning Score (MEWS) in 2011 and is fully integrated to the Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Our objective was to assess whether the emergency department (ED) MEWS (auto-calculated by EMR) is associated with admission to the hospital, admission disposition, inpatient mortality, and length of stay (LOS) 4 years after its implementation.
Methods: A random sample of 3,000 patients’ first encounter in the ED was extracted in the study period (between January 1, 2014 and May 31, 2015). Logistic regression was done to analyze whether mean, maximum, and median ED MEWS is associated with admission disposition, mortality, and LOS.
Results: Mean, maximum, and median ED MEWS is associated with admission to the hospital, admission disposition, and mortality. It correlates weakly with LOS.
Conclusion: MEWS can be integrated to the EMR, and the score automatically generated still helps predict catastrophic events. MEWS can be used as a triage tool when deciding whether and where patients should be admitted. Read More

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