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Hospital, Clinic, Diagnostics, Doctor, Patient Management System
Health Care Management System

EHR-Access to Care

Patient Portal

OPD-Delivery of Care

LIS/RIS Diagnosis
Treatment Advise
Pharmacy POS
Doctor Portal

IPD-Delivery of Care

LIS/RIS Diagnosis
Treatment Fullfillment
Billing & Discharge

ERP-Admin Services

Allocation(Dr,Bed,OT,ICU etc.) Billing & Accounting
Medicine Inventory
HR & Payroll
Asset Maintenance







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Best Medicine

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Reduced Wait times

Successfull Treatment

Sucessfull Surgeries






What is OPD?

OPD means an Out Patient Department of a hospital. It is the section of the hospital where patients are provided medical consultations and other allied services without hospitalization.

What is IPD?

An inpatient department or IPD is a unit of a hospital or a healthcare facility where patients are admitted for medical conditions that require appropriate care and attention. An Inpatient Department of the hospital is equipped with beds, medical equipments, round the clock availability of doctors and nurses.

What is a EMPI - Enterprise Master Patient Index?

An enterprise master patient index or enterprise-wide master patient index is a patient database used by healthcare organizations to maintain accurate medical data across its various departments. Patients are assigned a unique identifier, so they are represented only once across all the organization's systems.

What is a EHR - Electronic Health Record system?

An electronic health record (EHR) is a digital version of a patient's paper chart. ... While an EHR does contain the medical and treatment histories of patients, an EHR system is built to go beyond standard clinical data collected in a provider's office and can be inclusive of a broader view of a patient's care.

What is a EMR - Electronic Medical Record system?

Electronic medical records can provide treatment goals or alerts to remind providers when certain prevention and screening maneuvers are due or out of date. ... The structured EMR data provide the potential to access point-of-care data that can be used to inform practice and conduct research.

What is difference between EMR & EHR?.

Both an EMR and EHR are digital records of patient health information. An EMR is best understood as a digital version of a patient's chart. ... By contrast, an EHR contains the patient's records from multiple doctors and provides a more holistic, long-term view of a patient's health.

What is LIS/RIS?

LIS is Laboratory Information System and RIS is Radiology Information System.

What is PACS?

PACS (picture archiving and communication system) is a medical imaging technology used primarily in healthcare organizations to securely store and digitally transmit electronic images and clinically-relevant reports. The use of PACS eliminates the need to manually file and store, retrieve and send sensitive information, films and reports. Instead, medical documentation and images can be securely housed in off-site servers and safely accessed essentially from anywhere in the world using PACS software, workstations and mobile devices.