MedProjects Launches EMR for Hospitals in the Philippines

MedProjects today at the Private Hospitals Association Philippines National Convention in Manila introduced Health Engine, an Electronic Medical Records platform designed for Philippine Hospitals

 

November 13, 2017, Manila, Philippines — Healthcare IT company MedProjects announced the launch of Health Engine today, an integrated suite of hospital IT applications that include an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) platform, Social Intranet, and cloud-based Website and Portal, designed to enhance collaboration and communication, improve clinical processes and workflows, and transform patient engagement.

“Many EMRs in the Philippine market today address the needs of individual physician practices and small clinics, but no EMR solution has been tailored to fit the unique operational requirements and clinical workflows of local hospitals,” said Dr. Mike Muin, MedProjects founder and CEO. “Health Engine meets this need by delivering a fully integrated EMR solution.”

“Built on open standards and open source technologies, Health Engine offers many benefits for Philippine hospitals: better cost management, integration with existing hospital IT systems and devices, and flexibility to tailor the solution based on the hospital’s specific requirements.”

Health Engine offers an easy-to-use EMR platform that integrates easily with existing hospital systems and provides immediate access to patient records. It includes clinical and nursing workspaces, patient profiles and lists, hospital-wide results viewing, patient charts viewing and management, charts tracking, ancillary services and ambulatory care modules.

Through its full-featured Social Intranet, Health Engine adds announcements, news and articles, calendar, private and group messaging, file repositories, employee profiles, and notifications — which all aim to get everyone on-board and interacting with each other.

Health Engine also features a cloud-based Website and Portal application to share hospital services, access clinical information and improve patient engagement, so hospitals and healthcare organizations can extend its brand beyond the walls of their hospital.

With Health Engine,

Doctors and clinicians can:

  • View a list of their patients
  • View patient profiles, along with visit history and demographics
  • View lab results and reports
  • Review scanned patient charts
  • Write their clinical notes for outpatient services
  • Access clinical information via Internet

Patients can:

  • Register online to create a Personal Health Record
  • Access their results online via the Internet

Ancillary services departments, e.g. Cardiovascular Center, can:

  • Manage order lists and workflows
  • Keep track of status of procedures
  • Enter and finalize clinical reports

Hospital management and staff can:

  • Send, read and comment on hospital-wide news and articles
  • Send private messages to other individuals or groups
  • Manage files and documents
  • View and manage company directory and employee profiles
  • View and manage doctors directory and profiles

 

MedProjects’ presence at PHAP’s annual convention is a crucial component of its engagement with hospitals in the Philippines. Hospitals interested in early access can visit MedProjects at Century Park Hotel from November 13 to 14 and sign up to the Health Engine Early Adopter Program, which is a partner program designed for hospitals who want to play a pivotal role in the development of new solutions and technologies for the Philippine healthcare industry.

Interested hospitals can also sign up for the Health Engine Early Adopter Program here: www.healthengine.com/healthengine-eap.

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About MedProjects

MedProjects, Inc. is a Healthcare IT company focused on helping Philippine hospitals achieve better clinical outcomes, improve operational processes, and deliver better patient care through health IT projects and business process improvement initiatives.

For more information, visit www.medprojects.com.

 

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