Maintaining good health is essential for a happy and fulfilling life, and communities with adequate and efficient healthcare delivery have the essential covered for a productive life. MG eSolutions is committed to contribute towards this goal, by availing the collective skills, knowledge and experience of its team towards this noble goal.
Small and medium health facilities are often challenged in treating their patients, due to limited resources, varying levels of staff competence, and organizational efficiency. Patient registration is largely paper-based, which is often error-prone. Most facilities operate stand-alone, and store paper-based patient data for their use only. Lab orders and test results are communicated manually, often transported between facilities by the patient. If a patient gets treated by different facilities, there is no means to share the patient’s treatment history between the facilities, therefore risk of medication conflict is high. Patient treatment data from the facilities does not reach the national health information system. Physician lab referrals or pharmacy orders are handled on paper, which are often error-prone.. The lack of data sharing between facilities not only wastes time and resources, more importantly subjects patients to miscommunication, and potential life-threatening conflict of prescription medicine.
MG eSolutions has built an affordable integrated health information management system for health facilities, that would enhance efficiency, and reduce time and cost of service delivery. The system automates the healthcare delivery with a centralized database and integrated applications for patients’ medical record, Labs/Imaging, and Pharmacy services. The system replaces existing paper-based patient records, and provides seamless data links between multiple clinics/hospitals, including Labs, Imaging services.
The system enables patients to register only once, and their registration can serve multiple health facilities. Physicians can order lab tests on line, and the result can be accessed by the Physician online. Since patient record would be accessible only by authorized personnel at all registered health facilities, it would avoid the risk of prescribing conflicting medicines, thereby enhancing patient safety. It also improves tracking and management of patient care. The aggregate healthcare data would provide input for public health administrators to monitor and analyze health trends in real time, and enable evidence- based policy decisions.