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Mobility platform support for EMR system

Think about your experience when you get into your car in the morning. You are greeted by a dashboard of information-fuel availability, driving speed etc. In a similar way, remote patient technologies provide the analogous dashboard to a physician to monitor patient’s health information and take appropriate actions if required. It’s like holding on to what is familiar to the practitioners-pen and paper-but in a modern form by touchscreen technology.
With a mobile EMR platform, it becomes easier to register patients, make appointments, viewing lab reports. For instance, if a patient suffers from some external injuries, a doctor can easily take a photograph and send it quickly to the relevant personnel for farther help.


MED365 offers a stable next generation Omni-channel platform for ease-of-use to end users. This cloud-based software can be offered as an integrated package for both providers as well as to the patients. Solution can be easily integrated to the existing system to share a p…

Asset Management-Continued

Hospitals across the country face the same reoccurring problem: tracking and effectively managing high volumes of mobile medical devices. As a result significant amount of time is spent in searching for the medical equipments as well as purchasing new equipments.With a hospital managing large number of patients , it becomes useful to know to know the location of patients whether he is in room , walking about to see his visitors ,trying to access restricted areas etc .By knowing these information time spent in finding a patient  can be saved and RFID provides a viable to achieve this purpose. Reports can be generated to report the last knownlocation of a specific tagas well as the history of all tag movements and thereby, a trace route can be obtained for that particular asset.
However, as with most comparisons to other industries, healthcare seems to be slow in embracing the capabilities of this technology.When compared to the application and proliferation of RFID technologies within i…

Asset Management

Consider these situations commonly observed in hospitals:
1) What is common between infusion pumps and taxi cabs? There are hundreds in circulation, but you can never find one when you need one.
2) With large number of patients being handled everyday in hospitals, how do you keep a tab on your patients? As for example, if a patient is trying to access a restricted area, how can you find about it?
There is always a crowd of things and people going around in a hospital that needs to be tracked. There are doctors, nurses, patients, and visitors who need to be kept track of. There is equipment that needs to be prevented from getting stolen. One of the biggest challenges in asset-intensive industries is how to effectively manage all their different types of asset. These organizations must deal with  physical assets that require ongoing maintenance and repair. Managing human resources—the most valuable asset of all—comes with its own special set of challenges
Coming back to the answer to the a…

Integrating with Medical Imaging: Adhering to DICOM standard

Ask any physician, and they will tell you that imaging is a key component of the patient health record and is often critical to diagnosis and treatment. 
With widespread use of computers in medicine, it is now possible to have "filmless" radiology department and "paperless" hospitals. To make this happen, radiology equipments using computers should be connected seamlessly and computers in a hospital need to be integrated into a network.
The Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) Standard describes the means of formatting and exchanging medical images and image related information to facilitate the connectivity of medical devices and systems. The DICOM Standard endorsed by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) is a result of joint efforts of users and manufacturers of medical imaging and healthcare information technology.



Integrating medical equipments of different vendors used to be a big issue. Even today with all the advancements t…

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