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Webinar: Introduction to Healthcare Interoperability and Nextgen (Mirth) Connect

Oct-26-2021, Tuesday, 4 pm: In this webinar, we will cover the importance of interoperability in healthcare IT systems and give a practical overview of the widely-used open-source integration engine platform, Nextgen Connect (formerly Mirth Connect). This is targeted for IT Managers, developers and Health IT professionals, so that they can start integration activities in their hospital IT projects.

Webinar: Introduction to Healthcare IT Systems and Concepts for Hospitals

Oct-21-2021, Thursday, 4 pm: In this webinar, we will cover the different kinds of IT applications, domains and concepts important to Hospital IT operations, planning and innovation. This is targeted for Hospital Administrators, Medical Directors and IT Managers who want a deeper understanding of Health IT inside hospitals.

A Strategic Approach to Planning Hospital IT and EMR Projects

February 9, 2021, Tuesday at 6 PM Online Lecture: A Strategic Approach to Planning Hospital IT and EMR Projects In this online lecture, we will teach a strategic IT planning framework for your hospital IT projects and Electronic Medical Records (EMR) initiatives. This framework will show you how to: Align your IT projects with business objectives Build a business case with management Plan out your projects in 3-5 year segments A sample output of the talk will be a Hospital IT and EMR Road Map...

Implementing Electronic Medical Records (EMR) for Hospitals

December 14, 2020, Monday at 4:00 PM — This lecture share lessons, learnings and tips in Electronic Medical Records (EMR) implementations for hospitals. This presentation will also describe how to use the HIMSS EMR Adoption Model (EMRAM) in planning your projects.

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...

Building a Business Case for Hospital IT Projects

Do you have a Healthcare IT project in mind for your hospital? Do you need help justifying it and getting it approved? Here’s my quick tip: Use IRACIS to identify the advantages, benefits and value of the IT project. It is a concept I found in a book many years ago. IRACIS is an acronym that stands for: IR: Increase Revenues AC: Avoid Costs IS: Improve Services Build your business case by using IRACIS as an anchor point. Brainstorm, draft ideas, and expound on each item. Try to be as concrete...

Dr. Mike Muin: Hospitals Need to be Data-driven

MedProjects founder and CEO Dr. Mike Muin talks about the potential and challenges of Big Data in Healthcare, outlines steps to building a data-driven hospital at the 6th annual convention of the Healthcare Executives Society of the Philippines The tidal wave of data presents challenges and opportunities for hospital executives looking to improve bottom line and patient care. “By fully utilizing data, hospital executives can gain insights and optimize business processes to meet their...

How to Build your Quality Team – Part 2

In our Part 1 article, we identified the definition of Quality Management, which is the act of overseeing activities and tasks needed to maintain a desired level of excellence. This includes developing a quality policy, creating and implementing quality planning and assurance, as well as implementing quality control and quality improvement. Quality teams may create sub-teams depending on their projects. To summarize, below are the steps on how to build a Quality Team. Identify the function/s...

Technology, Processes, and People

The Who and the How Case #1 A hospital in Luzon had recently acquired a new technology for its staff to use. Management had high hopes for the hospital’s operations to run more efficiently now that a new system was in place to help them automate their tasks. The hospital purchased brand new computers, discussed with staff who had been with them for a long time, and laid down the instructions on how to use the system. However, one month later, management found out that the staff had not been...

Wellsoft and MedProjects Form Strategic Partnership

Somerset, NJ – September 7, 2017 – Wellsoft Corporation, a Best in KLAS award-winning EHR provider for Emergency Departments, has partnered with MedProjects, a Healthcare IT company in the Philippines with proven expertise in helping hospitals and healthcare organizations achieve strategic business and IT goals. Under this partnership, MedProjects will be involved in the marketing, implementation and training of Wellsoft EDIS within the Philippine hospital market, thereby increasing Wellsoft’s...

Free eBook on Strategies for EMR Implementations

Starting September 10, 2017 (PST), my Kindle book, Secret Strategies to Successful EMR Implementations, will be available for a free download! The free book promotion will run for 3 days: Sept. 10 to 12, 2017. This is my way of saying thanks! If you do download the book, please leave an honest feedback and review on the page. Thank you! Dr. Mike Muin --- P.S. Free download starts on Sept. 10, 2017 Pacific Daylight Time. This roughly converts to Sept. 10, 2017 at 3-4 pm Manila time.

Is your hospital ready for an EMR?

Health Engine

Health Engine is an Integrated Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and suite of Enterprise IT Solution for Hospitals and Clinics, specifically designed and developed to match the needs and requirements of Philippine hospitals.

It jumpstarts the digital transformation process for hospitals by enhancing clinical care documentation, streamlining operational processes and engaging patients and key stakeholders.

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