The single screen EMR has been built with a high level of configuration that allows doctors to design their own process workflows with a click of a button while treating patients in multiple scenarios be it in an OPD or virtually.
The system has a built-in CDSS (Clinical Decision Support System) through which the doctor can view the patient’s history that is captured with the help of the EMR. It gives doctors the flexibility to use its proprietary voice to text wherever they wish. A CDSS-based care protocol library provides doctors with structured templates to better and more effective patient care experience. It comes with one of the largest structured drug formulary and library of diagnostics tests and procedures. The care protocol library has been designed based on evidence based research from ICMR, American College of Cardiology and other such institutions.
Divya Laroyia, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, MyHealthcare said, “We see a future where most clinical decisions will be made computationally and would be data-driven. For medicine to eventually become personalised, it will need to be supported by a platform that empowers a clinician’s medical workflow. Our single screen EMR platform has been designed with the physician workflow in mind from the ground up and through this we hope to see increases in efficiency and accuracy of clinical documentation, while simultaneously reducing the workload of physicians.”
The system provides a complete view of a patient’s medical history, with AI based analytics of their vital records, pathology data, including clinical markers to help doctors with their clinical decisions. It has been designed based on months of research with doctors in understanding their pattern of treatment and ensuring the EMR fits their care path flows. The EMR is highly configurable, allowing doctors to set up, customise their EMR screens as per their requirements.
The single screen EMR has benefits that can even be utilised for research purposes like studying the data of prescribing patterns with the preloaded protocols to see how a patient presented with the same set of complaints and history in south India may have a different probable provisional diagnosis than one in north India since they might be certain diseases endemic to a region.
Going forward MyHealthcare aims to take up Oncology as their target specialty and believes that this intuitive EMR will be a revolutionizing tool as doctors wouldn’t need to wade through a ton of paper to understand their patient’s medical history and will be able to deliver better care.