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The challenges India is facing in adopting EHR widely to improve the level of public healthcare?

The Government of India is trying its best to improve the overall availability, accessibility & affordability of healthcare in the country. Over the past couple of years, it has implemented many policy initiatives such as EHR standards, National Health Policy 2017, National Metal Healthcare Act etc with the hope of making India’s healthcare impeccable. However, the industry is facing serious challenges to adopt EHR widely in their hospitals and medical establishments. Why is it so? Why isn’t the country able to quickly adopt technology to aid the transformation of healthcare in the country?

There are many factors that are obstructing the way of the progress that a wide adoption of EHR could make for the country’s overall health – Infrastructure, policies, impediments in research and resistance to new technology. While all of these are major challenges, the most prominent of them would be lack of basic infrastructure to support such a system. According to a recent report by the ministry of electronics and information technology, government hospitals and dispensaries have poor ICT infrastructure.

The problem is more prominent in India because we have mixed system of healthcare and all the players will have to come on board to make a difference. There are private medical establishments and there are public healthcare system run by the central and state governments, both running in parallel. Though EHR adoption has started gathering pace in the private sector, the public healthcare system is still facing difficulties to adopt technology, especially EHR. As the government healthcare establishments lack proper infrastructure the growth of digitizing medical records and the movement towards a technology driven operation has not been keeping ace with time.

From the less than 2% budget allocation for healthcare, India spends only 30% in improving the infrastructure in public hospitals and clinics. From this limited budget large portions go to supporting premier national institutes such as All India Institute of Medical Sciences(AIIMS) and Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), where you will find world class IT infrastructure such as computers and Internet connectivity, along with the resulting technology adoption. The lack of focus and concerted efforts by successive central state governments towards improving the standards of public healthcare have resulted in the low levels of modern technology adoption and the resultant quality of care delivery.

On the other hand, the private healthcare sector has grown multi fold, driven by large capital investments into digitizing their operations to improve quality of care and operational efficiencies. If India is to achieve it’s target of United Nations mandated Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by 2030, it needs to get inspired by countries like UK, Canada, Germany and Australia and update its traditional approach of low budgetary priority to healthcare.

The fact still remains that even when the private hospitals adopt EHR in their operations, the clinical information gathered is used to improve internal functioning of the hospital and is not shared with the patients or exchanged between hospitals. This is a sad state as the whole point of using EHR is getting lost. Electronic Health Record is efficient and widely used by other countries because of its standardization of information and interoperability. Here the hospitals are losing the essence of the philosophy.

If this is to change, the government has to put stern policies on the adoption and use of EHR throughout the country. It should incorporate EHR standards compliant software in public healthcare network to ensure that all the stakeholders – hospitals, patients, insurance companies, research establishments – are benefited.

Over the past few years, the government has been working hard to form a uniform policy framework to benefit every individual, irrespective of their level of ability to afford public or private healthcare. However, a lot more needs to be done if we are to achieve the high level of public health that every Indian citizen deserves, starting with investments into infrastructure and strict policy enforcement.

We at HealtheLife has been working on creating technology to help establishments adopt EHR economically and with minimal entry barriers. Our cloud based clinical information platform – EHR.Network – provides a solid base for anybody wanting to develop clinical applications. On the other hand AyushEHR, built on top of EHR.Network is a ready to use end-to-end software for Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy resorts

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HealtheLife shares the details of our work to the visiting IT/BT officials from GoI & GoK.

Delegation of Government of India & Government of Karnataka IT-BT officials visited IIIT, Bangalore on 28th & 29th January 2019. Each session included 40+ delegates representing different states and central government and were visiting to understand the work happening in the Innovation Centre and also to interact & understand the Innovations being worked upon.

The meeting and presentation happened in MINRO Centre, Ramanujan Block. Apart from the presentations from research labs and centres of excellence at the college, HealtheLife, HyperReality & IOTRACX spoke about their work in the context of their spcial impact collaboration with the college.

HealtheLife shares the details of our work to the visiting IT/BT officials from GoI & GoK
Rupa Rao presenting on behalf of HealtheLife

Rupa rao and Dileep V S made presentations to the delegates on 28th and 29th respectively along with Divyaraj from Electronic Health Research Centre(EHRC@IIITB). The presentations focused on our research collaboration for the development of public use EHR platform and the Karnataka Mental health Management system.

Many of the delegates found the work happening in the Innovation centre of interest and were keen to know more. We are hoping to be given an opportunity to work with some of them later.

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How Ayushman Bharat is expected to leverage technology and EHR software to deliver a high level of public health widely and economically?

Ayushman Bharat is the world’s largest health insurance program initiated by the Government of India. It is an ambitious project that will provide easy asses to healthcare for 500 million people of the country. It is an initiative to improve the primary healthcare in the country, especially for the underprivileged.

However, the program will reach the zenith of success only when the Government of India relies on modern technology to record, secure and share information to manage healthcare services and operations. Though it is a long way from now, tiny steps forward now can take this program to the next level. The world has realized this and have moved forward to digitize healthcare and it is now our turn to bring in technology and revolutionize healthcare in India.

Effective use of EHR

EHR came to India in 2013 with the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) adopting the Indian EHR standards in September 2013. Since then, the idea has been improving and evolving in leaps and bounds. Now is the time to accept it completely and use it to amplify the Ayushman Bharat program. EHR enables the management of a patients’ records of his/her treatment and diagnosis digitally so that it is accessible to hospitals, clinics, labs and insurance companies throughout the patient’s lifetime. EHR enables the delivery of better care more economically and in the adoption of personalized and preventive healthcare practices.

Building ecosystem with EHR

Though EHR is the need of the hour, it faces many challenges to keep up with the vast and order-less state of the Indian healthcare system. To create a splendid future for Indian healthcare EHR needs to be adapted across private and public health care institutions. Other than in major cities, most of the population of India rely on public institutions for their healthcare needs and the whole public health system is hampered with the lack of adoption of EHR. In order to build an EHR based health ecosystem and make this program operational in a larger and better level, the public institutions also need to digitize their system and the government should play a prime role to make that happen.

EHR for privacy of information

Appropriate use of digital tools such as EHR is important even to secure data and privacy of the persons. EHR is a critical component of technology enabled healthcare as it is capable of providing privacy of clinical data and ensure that the data cannot be used by any health institution or establishment (Private or Public) without the consent of the patient. Every person has complete ownership over their clinical data and have the utmost authority to ensure that their clinical data and can be used only upon prior approval.

Ayushman Bharat is expected to leverage the proposed National Health Stack that is expected to create a framework that will interact with various health application programming interfaces within each system and transfer data from one another. It is an idea that could change the lives of large populations that are currently excluded from healthcare benefits of the existing ecosystem. If EHR and Ayushman Bharat program go hand in hand, it has astonishing potential to create wonders for people and in the medical sector of India.

We at HealtheLife have been working to create tools to make EHR adoption simple and painless. Our tools such as EHR.Network and AyushEHR are designed to help healthcare practitioners and establishments get on to the EHR adoption bandwagon and be prepared for Ayushman Bharat.

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When Kerala Government chooses Health as a Priority & implements the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act 2010

The healthcare crisis in India is a long unsolved story that needed much attention, until September 2018. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration launched Ayushman Bharat, an initiative by the government to insure 500 million Indians. According to an Economic Times article, this program is supposed to be the ‘world’s biggest healthcare program’.

Amidst all this, Kerala government, under the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act 2010, has mandated the online registration of health institutions all over the state from 1st January 2019. It is a great proposition by the government to make healthcare institutions more patient centric and service focused. According to M/s KK Shailaja, Minister of Health and Social Justice, all health establishments in Kerala has to be registered into this online portal that holds information and records about the the facilities, capabilities & cost of medical treatments provided by the institutions.

It is such a progressive move by the state and promotes public welfare and health. After being the first state in India that declares to be having 100% literacy in 1991, Kerala has again proved to be one of the most rapid developing states in the country.

Objective of the Act

The prime objective of the Clinical Establishments (Registration and Regulation) Act 2010 is to establish a fair medical practice across India. This will not just improve the quality of healthcare, but also ensure one the minimum basic necessity of the common people. The Act will surely develop the medical and healthcare industry by gathering crucial data, information and statistical reports that are important for the establishment of future medicine and treatment.

With the opening of the registration portal, Kerala has become the first state to move forward with the implementation of this act.

Benefits to the Common citizen

Under this act , all medical practices including modern medicine, dentistry, Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Homoeopathy, Siddha and Unani, in the public and private sectors are required to get registered. The only excluded clinical establishments are those owned, controlled or managed by the Armed Forces and those that provide only consultation services.

It is expected that people would get to know the facilities provided by the hospital, its cost, the qualifications of the doctors, the total count of staff members or paramedics in the center through the online portal. Now they can look, compare and choose hospitals or clinics by their own choice after browsing various institutions.

Strict actions against the offenders

It has also been said that impartial, strict actions would be taken against institutions which are not registered as mandated. In case of failure in uploading information on behalf of a health institution, it will be penalized and fined initially and eventually be shut down upon continuous violation of the act.

It is hoped to bring a revolution in the healthcare industry in the near future. Since Kerala is the first state to take such a vital step in the direction of a healthy change, it is expected to spread across the country and make treatments easy for the patients. It has already provided a new perspective to a bright new tomorrow.

More information on the bill and it’s implementation status are available at the Kerala government portal.

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Indian Electronic Health Records(EHR) Standards – Part 4 : Shared clinical information models for semantic interoperability

In our series of Indian Electronic Health Records posts, the next aspect we intend to analyze is about shared clinical information models for semantic interoperability. One of the major purpose that healthcare information systems should serve is the optimum delivery of healthcare services and treatment programs. Since healthcare is not just a temporary event or happening but a perpetual affair that covers the entire lifespan of a person, the need to bring in interoperability standards for healthcare information systems becomes paramount.

Interoperability of data in IT systems works on two levels – syntactic and semantic. The former is transactional and is defined at the interface layer and often as an afterthought to exchange information between independently designed systems, whereas the latter is achieved at the design stage of software and ensures a more meaningful data exchange that includes both information and the context of the information. A true EHR system should not just do the former, but should be designed to deliver the latter

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare(MOHFW) has taken a staged approach to enhance large scale adoption of the EHR technology, provide optimum security of health information, implement specifications, consider factors to improve interoperability and ensuring semantically interoperable EHR for Indian citizens. The Indian EHR standards includes pointers, such as OpenEHR, to the direction that the country is projected to move.

Since there are many clinical systems already in place, the first phase in pushing for EHR adoption is to define an exchange format and convert the proprietary data into that format as needed. Here the focus is on the applications and interface design, with no thought given to the underlying data. The second phase should be to standardize models for health data first and build new EHR systems on top to avoid interoperability issues completely and achieve semantic information exchange. This entails defining a shared set of clinical data models for newer EHR systems as the starting point.

As the pace of EHR adoption picks up, most healthcare organisations are beginning to realise that their data is more valuable than their applications. Since good data is key to improving outcomes, managing chronic disease and enabling population health management, it is becoming the key asset in their armory of tools. This key asset needs to be managed for the lifetime of the patient, when we all know that applications are not going to last that long. The question all of them are asking is ‘what happens to health data when we switch applications?’

The solution to the above problem is to turning the focus from applications to data. Imagine if the proposed National Health Stack for India builds on it’s common resources to include shared clinical information models that cover varied aspects of healthcare to support an Integrative healthcare paradigm. Imagine if instead of building applications, the government were to standardise models for health data? While it is unrealistic to expect that any application could cover the diverse requirements of healthcare, it would be possible to define a common set of clinical information models to support several different solutions. This would provide different stakeholders with choice of applications and vendors while at the same time delivering on the goal of making health data interoperable by design. It would also prevent vendor lock-in by making healthcare applications easier to interoperate and replace, while eliminating the high costs of data migration.

Our EHR.Network platform has been designed with this philosophy of shared clinical information models. It has been designed in line with the OpenEHR Reference Model and is designed to work with any OpenEHR Archetypes & Templates. Applications built on EHR.Network will remain future proof, portable and interoperable. We already incorporate a large number of clinical models from the International community governed Clinical Knowledge Manager(CKM). Apart from the cloud hosted public platform, we offer EHR.Network for collaboration and co-creation to build modern healthcare applications. Please contact us to know more.

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HealtheLife delivers keynote address in the 2nd user meet of NRCeS at AIIMS on 28th November 2018

The second user meet of the National Resource Centre for e-Health Standards(NRCeS) was held at All India Institute of Medical Sciences(AIIMS), New Delhi on 28th November 2018, Wednesday. The full day event was attended by Shri. Lav Agarwal, Joint Secretary, MoH&FW, healthcare and technology professionals from AIIIMS, representatives of many government & public sector organizations involved in eHealth standards implementation, large healthcare organizations and healthcare IT startups. The event was characterized by informative presentations, discussions and deliberations on different aspects of EHR standards adoption across the country.

The focus of this year’s event was the adoption and incorporation of SNOMED CT in clinical IT systems.

The major highlights of the day included the following

  • Key note address on the Role of Training & Implementation Support in Standard Adoption by Dr Karanvir Singh, Chief Medical Information Officer, Apollo Hospital New Delhi
  • Presenttaion on the Experience of Adoption and Use of Clinical Terminology at AIIMS, New Delhi by Dr. Sushil Kumar Meher & Dr. Vivek Gupta
  • Key note address on Standard enabled Analytics by Dr. Suman Bhusan Bhattacharyya, Founder & CEO at Bhattacharyyas Clinical Records Research & Informatics LLP
  • Key note address on the Need based Clinical Terminology Extension in Health IT system by Mr. Dileep V S, Founder HealtheLife Venture LLP

Along the course of the day, team members from NRCeS explained about the work being done by their team to support government departments, private organizations and healthcare IT companies to adopt EHR standards.

This event was of special importance to HealtheLife as we were invited to deliver a keynote address in recognition of the breathtaking work that we are doing in EHR.Network, our standards based open EHR platform and our pioneering effort in the adoption of EHR standards to Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy through AyushEHR. The keynote address on ‘Need based Clinical Terminology Extension in Health IT system ‘ delivered by our co-founder Dileep V S was well received and generated a lot of discussions from the other participants. Many participants expressed interest in knowing more about our work in the future.

We thank Mr. Gaur Sunder, Joint Director & Chief Investigator, Ms. Manisha Mantri, Project Lead, Mr. Achyut Patil, Education and Training, Ms. Neetu Verma, NRCeS Promotion & Dissemination and other NRCeS Team members for the well organized and informative event and are looking forward to the next edition of the event.

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AyushEHR- A game-changing software solution for the Ayurveda and Yoga resorts.

With the changing times and the heaps of work that needed for inter-departmental coordination, managing any industry is getting difficult. The need to collect, manage and interpret data from various business activities could only be done using pen and paper or through spreadsheet shared through google drive. But such methods have serious limitations that reduces efficiency and transparency of information.

What is ERP?

ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning is a business management software that organises, assembles and operates data from various business platforms and prevents unnecessary delays in processing information and mistakes. What started off as a tool for organising and scheduling of materials by the manufacturers initially didn’t cover all the aspects of the requirement in a company or firm. With the development and evolution of technology, ERPs have evolved into a unified and integrated approach for automating core business processes using a common database management system.

ERP provides many benefits to companies’ such as keeping track of the manufacturing, purchasing, sales and accounting and is a boon to the company management and senior stakeholders. But conventional ERPs, designed around manufacturing and services businesses, couldn’t cater much to the needs of the Healthcare Industry. Healthcare business has many special requirements such as maintaining updated patient information their medical history, medicine prescriptions etc. and so conventional ERPs fail to work properly. However Electronic Health Records(EHR) systems have been designed to address the specific needs of Healthcare industry.

EHR and its increasing use in the Healthcare Industry

EHR or Electronic Health Record is a digital platform used by the Medical Industry to manage medical and treatment history of the patients’ digitally and eliminate the use of pen and paper. What makes EHR different from ERP is its focus on the management of health information of individual patients by authorised healthcare providers. It may be shared with other providers across one or more medical institutions for the convenience of the patient and the medical practitioners and with laboratories, pharmacies, specialists or school and workplace clinics. Since the clinical record has been mandated as an belonging to the individual and his legal right, by the Indian EHR standards, EHR becomes an essential tool that supports the Healthcare industry to maintain compliance.

Philosophy of AyushEHR

With the increasing adoption of the philosophy of preventive healthcare using holistic wellness practices such as Ayurveda & Yoga, people all around the world are choosing to rely on the 5000-year-old natural healing process than popping pills to combat sickness and illness. Since the holistic approach of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy is quite different from the conventional field of medicine and treatment, such practitioners need to know the lifelong information about their patient’s medical background before initiating any treatment. They need to make tailored treatment for each of their patrons depending on their personal health history. AyushEHR has been designed with this in mind and is a software that allows complete accuracy and transparency in managing such personal health information. With the Resorts taking a lead in adopting technology for this traditional healthcare sector, many Ayurveda & Yoga Resorts already rely heavily on such EHR solutions to provide a personalized care for their guests.

Philosophy behind the creation of AyushEHR is to encourage healthy living. The cloud-based software is ready to use in personalized care management and is designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of business. It is a software package that enables healthy living, lifestyle and care. AyushEHR is the solution that makes loose ends meet, both from the doctor’s and the patient’s side.

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Ayurveda and Modern Healthcare – Part 3: Opportunity to Reinvent & Rejuvenate to recapture lost ground

Despite being one of the oldest and most credible medical practices in India, Ayurveda has resonance only among a limited percentage of population in the country. The comprehensive umbrella of AYUSH, which comprises of streams of treatment practices such as Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and more are known for their effectiveness. However, the patronage of such Indic practices have been very feeble when compared to the Western practices like Allopathy.

An NSSO survey as recent as in the year 2015 reveals that over 90% of the population in both the rural and urban settlements in India preferred allopathy for diagnosis and treatment. The percentage of population that resorted to AYUSH was less than 7% in both the demographics. Though the trend would now be slightly better with the government pushing AYUSH adoption through its educational programs, institutes, wellness centres and regulations, the numbers would be just slightly higher.

The onset of Disruptive Technology

One of the major reasons allopathy has gained a very strong foothold across the globe is because of its adaptability. It has been evolutionary in its journey, adopting modern technologies and trends as they arrived. In recent times, allopathy was quick to adopt the cloud-based tech revolution – Electronic Health Records(EHR) – for its practice and wellness deliverance. With individuals’ medical data stored on the clouds, this ensured people from any part of the world received standardized treatment and diagnosis. Since the data is stored on the cloud, it allowed doctors and medical practitioners to retrieve the data and provide better and personalized healthcare services to patients.

Failure to catch up with technology

The reason for allopathy gaining traction is also the reason why Ayurveda couldn’t evolve as a popular healthcare practice. There are several factors Ayurveda can consider and work on to make it mainstream once again. Today, technology has evolved to an extent that virtual bots are able to detect the most minute presence of ailments in the human body that veteran doctors couldn’t spot. Since healthcare is an evidence-based service, we have diverse technologies today that work on gathering evidence through data.

With the record of patients’, doctors are now able to not just describe and prescribe medications and ailments but predict as well. The government has also come up with regulatory bodies, national policies and standards to benchmark the adoption of technology in healthcare and pave way for regularized, cost-effective and precise treatments.

Opportunity to Reinvent and Rejuvenate

Every new technology or concept has multiple aspects of adoption and Ayurveda has to improve technology adoption in its practices to gain more patronage. Ayurveda practitioners should work on three aspects of development to make the practices mainstream –

  • Build a supportive and sustainable ecosystem
  • Bring more transparency and record keeping
  • Understand and implement standards

Building an ecosystem means that the practitioners should look for more specific ways to adopt and leverage today’s technology. The use of EHR and clinical management systems in their resorts, retreats, clinics and hospitals is an ideal way to make the best out of tech and establish credibility among people and patients. Once the measures to generate, store, retrieve and share data are in place, the practitioners should focus on streamlining healthcare practices.

Patients gain trust on science when they are informed about the procedures and concept behind it. Ayurveda practitioners should aim to achieve the same through the use of EHR. A transparent treatment agenda will not just build trust but spread patronage as well. This treatment practice will further reflect on the outcomes of the practices in the fact that patients will be able to follow medications, therapies or remedies more judiciously.

With the onset of AyushEHR from HealtheLife, there cannot be a better time to kick start the evolutionary process for Ayurveda. Our cloud-based solution tackles any shortcoming your clinic or retreat is likely to face in terms of management and wellness deliverance. With the opportunity to reinvent and rejuvenate Ayurveda ripe, you can get in touch with us to leverage disruptive technology to grow fast.

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Geriatric Care network(GCN) – Adding life to years

After spending a busy youth and middle age studying, working, in marriage, raising children, retirement is a phase of life to forward to. Most of us dream of a relaxed life with friends, spouse, children & grandchildren. We long to spend time at home, in the garden, reading, listening to music, on unrealized interests and hobbies, travel and dreams, spiritual, community and charitable activities.

On the other hand, retirement can also be a trying time – often accompanied by an upheaval in one’s life. The body undergoes many changes – things that were taken for granted may no longer be possible, there is a dramatic change to the daily routine – the pattern that one has followed for years is suddenly disrupted, there may be a change in living arrangement – involving a shifting to a different house or city, and often there may be a change in how you are perceived & perceive yourself – you no longer are the primary breadwinner or primary care giver and may become dependent in small or big ways on others. All of these changes coming at the same time, can sometimes be overwhelming.

Post retirement it is easy to feel as though you have nothing left to accomplish. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. Older adults have a great deal to offer society– including their experience, knowledge, wisdom, skills and time.
As in all phases of life – good health is what makes all other things possible. As age catches up with us, we may be plagued by multiple health issues resulting from a life time of neglect or simply our genes. By retirement, the body has seen a lot and even if you have the good fortune to suffer no major ailments, an older body needs more attention and care than it did previously.

The key to staying in control and ahead of health challenges is to accept inevitable changes that are part of your life and focus on staying as fit as possible. Taking care of one’s physical and mental needs involves listening to your body and making appropriate diet and lifestyle changes to meet these needs. It is a widely acknowledged fact that ‘staying active’ is key to a feeling of well-being among older adults. Staying active means continuing daily life activities and remaining engaged with socially useful and productive work of any kind through the longer life spans that have become the norm today.

India has many long standing local health traditions that have a holistic approach to meeting physical and mental health needs. Ayurveda, one of the ancient Indian systems of medicine, deals with life and longevity and Rasayana, one of the eight clinical specialties of Ayurveda, specifically focuses on nutrition, immunology and geriatrics and has rich potential to promote health, rejuvenation and promotion of longevity among older adults.

Geriatric Care Network is a service for Senior Citizens seeking holistic medical and preventive care as part of their daily routine. Apart from preventive care and medical treatment, GCN service also provides advice on lifestyle, diet and yoga. It focuses on overall well-being and quality of life of older adults, equipping them for an independent life of purpose.

Geriatric Care Network is powered by a distributed network of Ayurveda Doctors and an electronic health record system that stores health information in the cloud where it can be accessed by the treating doctor and patient alike. GCN’s network of doctors are overseen by a core team of experienced specialists who review and advise to ensure effective care. Together the various elements of the service help seniors achieve their health and wellness goals.

High quality health care services can enable an independent, confident older population. Geriatric Care Network’s innovative offering in senior health care provides reliable medical advice and counseling and continuity of care and provides an option for seniors to be proactive about their health.

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AyushEHR – A Revolution in Health Care Management

With the advancement in technology enabling us to accomplish many of our daily activities easily, with minimum physical effort and changes in the way we work and carry out daily life, has come the negatives effects of sedentary lifestyle ailments. This has given rise for the need to manage such conditions and have created a huge number of alternate Health Care Centers and Ayurveda Resorts. With the increase in demand for these services and increased number of people opting for alternative treatments, the need for tools to manage such centres and resorts and enable them to provide a personalized care has also become critical.

Thankfully, resort owners can now manage all aspects of their health care service and their patient’s visit to their center effectively, with AyushEHR. AyushEHR is a one of a kind cloud based software assisting the traditional healthcare providers of Naturopathy, Ayurveda and Yoga, in preparing and managing treatment for their patients. If you are an AYUSH center, this easy to use software allows you to enter the patient’s medical history and create a personalized treatment plan for the visitors. With the treatment plan also being shared with the patients, they are well aware of what to expect from the services.

With a huge inflow of patients and numerous treatment options available with Ayurveda, Naturopathy and Yoga, a useful software like AyushEHR is the best solution to increase efficiency, customer satisfaction and to keep competition at bay.

With AyushEHR, the Ayurvedic resort owners can:

  • Maintain a personalized health record of each visitor to their place
  • Manage inflow and customize the patient’s treatment plan according to their preferences
  • One of the AYUSH software’s feature is the Facility Management feature – with which you can easily manage and assign tasks to your staff and also book the various facilities with much ease
  • Get valuable analysis of your resort’s resource utilization with various reports and dashboards. Utilize this feature to enhance services and increase customer satisfaction
  • Manage your customer’s medication and treatment and also keep in touch with them, post their visit to your facility
  • The staff are readily available with information on availability of facilities and services, without having to say that they will get back to them upon checking the details

The above are only few of the advantages of the software. With numerous additional features available at your fingertips, there is no doubt about your center providing exceptional health care services to your customers. With your customers also receiving constant updates through the software, to continue maintaining their healthy lifestyle, they will unquestionably spread the good word, which in turn will increase your customer base.

AyushEHR is a cloud based software, is developed in accordance with the Indian EHR(Electronic Health Records) standards and is constantly updated with new features. It is accessible anytime, anywhere and can manage data of any center and their patients.

AyushEHR is definitely an added advantage to your alternative health care center and is sure to augment your resort’s effort to remain on the top of everyone’s list. To know more, please contact us.