A step towards modernizing healthcare applications
We have often seen healthcare organizations pushing the boundaries of innovation to meet the demand for high quality patient care services. Until now all the hospital services were viewed as a ‘single manageable entity’ and there was no focus on specialized management practices. With the increase in competition,more hospitals are looking to explore latest dynamics and trends which will have a positive impact on their business. As part of the trend, hospitals are shifting towards highly specialized micro service management operations from a monolithic management perspective.
The philosophy of micro services equals the Unix philosophy and is explained with one simple sentence:
“Do one thing and do it well.”
Micro service concept is widely used in the software development industry as a technique to build flexible, independently deploy-able software systems and applications. Within the healthcare landscape, micro service architecture promotes the thought of viewing healthcare as small independent components or services working together to constitute a larger enterprise system fulfilling business needs.
In order to adopt micro service practices among the hospital departments, the management tends to outsource certain services to a third parties who are experts in particular departmental operations or they may hire highly specialized service teams to run the departmental practice effectively. With regards to IT, such specialized practice adopters require highly compliant EMR systems that adheres with micro service management practices within hospitals.
To fulfill the purpose, EMR systems should support
- Seamless integration with any third party tools/ softwares
- Effective & secure data transfer
- Data integrity & consistency
- Support for analytics/ BI
Our Vikas/ Teja EMR solutions are highly compliant with hospital micro service management practices and fulfills all the above supporting criteria. Our ERP systems are already integrated with various industry recognized third party experts in hospital departmental operations in order to help our clients adopt micro service management practices.
Our 3rd party Integrations
SA-Truecover Insurance integration
A fully automated insurance management system first in the industry promising insurance patient exit within 30 minutes of discharge and hospitals receiving insurance outstanding within 24 hrs of patient discharge.
Inventory optimization for medium sized hospitals enabling better purchase rates, dead stock optimization.
Highly recognized Patient queue management, Appointment management systems.