Hospital Information Management System
HIMS manage and automates your medical records and documents. It will be easy to keep track of appointments and availability of doctors, hospital rooms, ambulance, OPD etc. over a click. It provides you with robust and secure data storage along with the facility of data backup and recovery.
Although HIMS encourages paperless clinical records, it can print a hospital ID card, a visit slip or a discharge letter for patients, it can produce quarterly health statistics and it can prepare notifications of infectious disease for transmission to the local Medical Officers of Health by e-mail. In this way, the software significantly reduces the need for maintaining paper-based records and enables an improved and efficient service to the patient.
HIMS also offers advantages to high level decision-makers in health care administration by early detection and control of emerging disease patterns and better monitoring of progress towards health goals. It can promote equity in health care by providing citizens with access to their clinical record and drive improvements in quality of service by supplying accurate public health information. From the point of view of the policy maker it can provide evidence for formulating and evaluating health policies. Access to a wide range of clinical details in digital form will facilitate research and improve the efficient use of resources. From a clinical perspective, improved and rapidly available medical records will improve the quality of health care for individual patients and from a medical administrative viewpoint, better monitoring of clinical effectiveness and the hospital’s use of resources.
This hospital information management system includes various functionalities, such as:
Clinical, diagnostic and patient management information are all important for effective patient care. The information that Bahmni makes accessible helps health care providers to improve the efficiency and quality of patient care, reduce the margin of error in clinical diagnosis, and advocate for policies related to public health in rural areas.