Web portals for services and faciities provided under Sewa eHospital implementation work.
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As part of the Digital India initiative of Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, National Informatics Centre (NIC) has developed the e-Hospital, e-BloodBank and Online Registration System (ORS) applications. ORS portal was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on 1st July 2015.
The e-Hospital project was initiated with the following objectives:
The e-Hospital application is being offered as an as-is product to the government hospitals across the country through SaaS (Software as a service) model. The modules of e-Hospital application which are currently available on cloud are Patient Registration (OPD & Casualty), IPD (Admission, Discharge & Transfer), Billing, Lab Information System, Radiology Information System, Clinic, Dietary, Laundry, Store & Pharmacy and OT Management.
ORS is the online patient portal for citizens to book online appointment for the hospitals. ORS is accessible over Internet at https://ors.gov.in. ORS is a system to link hospitals across the country for booking online appointment and for providing patient centric services like viewing lab reports, checking blood availability status and making online payment.
Registration of Births and Deaths: A software application for online and offline registration of birth and death has been developed. This application covers the entire gamut of the Civil Registration System : Registration of events, Generation of certificates and Generation of Statistical Tables and Reports. The application that is presently available in English is being customized in 13 Indian languages.
Medico Legal Examination and Postmortem Reports System (MedLEaPR) is a generic software developed by NIC to facilitate computerization of MLRs & PMRs. Further, the system is workflow based, which provides requisite access security, based on roles & responsibilities of concerned Doctors and Health Institutes
A health management information system (HMIS) collects,
stores, analyses, and evaluates health-related data from health facility to
district, regional and national administrative levels. It provides analytical
reports and visualisations that facilitate decision making at all these levels.
HMIS are also referred to as routine health information systems.
A HMIS derives much of its information from patient-provider
interactions in health facilities. Hospitals, health centres, and community
outreach services provide health care across preventive, promotive, medical and
surgical, rehabilitation, and palliative care interventions.
Electronic medical records (EMRs) and electronic health
records (EHRs) are often used interchangeably. An EMR allows the electronic
entry, storage, and maintenance of digital medical data. EHR contains the
patient's records from doctors and includes demographics, test results, medical
history, history of present illness (HPI), and medications. EMRs are part of
EHRs and contain the following: • Patient registration, billing, preventive
screenings, or checkups • Patient appointment and scheduling • Tracking patient
data over time • Monitoring and improving overall quality of care
Its a Document Management System to collect and save documents with various tags and matadata.
Sewa PLUS is the reporting portal to view employees daily and monthly attendance reports.
Sewa SAMPARK - A Quick Response System to send information and messages in a samrter way.