Medical Integration Platform

Unify clinical IT systems, applications, medical devices, automations to manage, query and share data securely

3 cups

Blueberries

3 cups

Flour

- Developed a consensus on standards for interoperability

- Work towards a unified and technology friendly platform  for sharing clinical data

- Implement uniform messaging standards for health care data

- Use of microservice technology and closed-loop management technology.

- Collecting data from medical devices and IoMT solutions

- Monitoring medical conditions and hospital environment

- Linking with a centralized big data repository

- Big Data collected from various applications and devices

- Applied Clinical Decision Support & BI

Key Benefits

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Simplicity
  • The systems are independent and they could be upgraded or changed easily, without rebuilding the interfaces with all systems.

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Paperless
  • Integrated & interconnection of clinical data between systems

  • Horizontal/Vertical visibility among patients record

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Scalability
  • Easy to scale up according to hospital needs. More systems or 3rd party applications can be added and share data with others

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Efficiency
  • Reduce redundancy and clear system architecture

  • Reduce system operational risk and minimize system down

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Interoperability
  • Standardized data by using International standards: IHE, HL7, ICD10, SNOMED, DRG, DICOM, LOINC.

  • Standardized integration interface

  • Full visualization of all business transactions & processes across applications

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Closed-loop Management
  • Fully electronic operation management process, in which all relevant information is documented seamlessly. It ensures patient safety, improves checking accuracy and enhances work efficiency.