Hospital Information System (HIS) or Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) or Hospital Management System are synonyms of hospital e-Governance initiatives, which means making a hospital management paperless. This includes the clinical, back office and generic management of all activities. It integrates the entire resources of a hospital into one integrated software application.
Electra Hospital Management System (HMS) from ACGIL makes such an attempt and offers a world class solution, which fits into all kinds of hardware platform including a mobile phone.
We are Following Future :
The Hospital Management Software provides several management tools such as EMR, which is more of an audit trail of doctors encounters with patients. EMR is a modern way of a hospital treating the patients. EMR covers past history, prescription suggested by doctors, opinion of distant consultants with the help of DICOM imaging or Tele-radiology. This means all vital information is residing in the system, which can be readily retrieved to help in making a timely decision.
We are Following Modules :
Electra, HMIS offers, Off-The-Shelf, a modular concept and flexible in terms of choosing the modules out of requirements. All such modules are listed below for the managers to choose from.
All the modules mentioned above are integrated and will possess the ability to share and exchange information across the whole organization in real time. This will automate the work flow, manage the storage and retrieval of information centrally and render the hospital paperless.
Medical and Laboratory Devices interfacing shall be provided for removing manual intervention. Bar codes are also generated, which can be used at various stages including labelling and identifying patients, laboratory samples, etc. Information shall be communicated and exchanged with external entities using the standards for communication that exist for data formats and message types (e.g., HL7), vocabulary (e.g., ICD-10 CM/PCS, CPT, ATC/DDD or SNOMED), and communications techniques (e.g., Web Services, SOAP).