Hospitals provide medical, surgical and nursing treatment to the sick. Health centers are one of the core human services to any society. Managing health center or medical institution needs a proper co-ordination of its resources such as man, machine, money and material to serve promptly and specifically. Other than trained medical and paramedical professionals who take care of treatment and patient care, there is a fleet of non-medical professionals who take care of administration, billing, finance and HR. Since a large volume of data gets generated on the daily basis, maintaining it in conventional methods is highly daunting and cumbersome.
Data management is the biggest reason a hospital needs an IT-based system. Since there is a huge load of data generated daily, managing it in the conventional method is simply impossible. Health/ medical records when specified as Patient records, treatment records, investigation reports, diagnosis reports, billing, inventory etc are numerous one to handle optimally for a desired service to society. An integrated, centralized system records and retrieves information in just a few clicks is expected that keeps entire electronic health records or hospital management system up to date to meet any challenge.
In the modern world driven by technology, a hospital can’t afford to be a laggard by following age-old methods. When other hospitals offer online registration and scheduling facility for patients, direct interfacing with healthcare insurance companies and online settlement of policies; a progressive hospital has to replicate the same.
Nowadays, IT-based Hospital Management System (HMS as they are referred to) make the life easy. These smart and efficient systems take care of operational aspects so that the healthcare center can operate effectively for enhanced patient care. Installing an IT-based HMS brings incredible operational efficiency and speed. They can offer quality treatment at affordable rates. By managing mundane work effectively, staff can concentrate on qualitative enhancement and betterment. An automated Hospital Management System can efficiently control and coordinate all the hospital tasks within no time.
This highly scalable and user-friendly software has a huge role in redefining a hospital in all its dimensions.
Rexo Hospital Management System (HMS) or Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) or Hospital Information System (HIS) is an ideal package for integrating an entire healthcare organization. It is a reliable, cost-effective, and efficient system which acts as a backbone of the success of a medical center. Providing high quality patient care, the software does it all for a medical centre without any compromise in efficiency or accuracy.
Rexo Hospital Information System is developed realizing all the challenges a health clinic need to face in its longest run. Our pioneering hospital solution can function at its best to ensure the finest working of a hospital. Deploy the system as early as possible in your medical environment to lay the foundation for a healthier community. Rexo HMIS is a unified solution in Healthcare for large to midsized hospitals and polyclinics facilitates managing all the day to day functioning of Hospital activities. Our system increases efficiency, reduces cost, simplifies infrastructure and helps in multiple reporting.
Rexo HMIS can be easily integrated into most office systems. This means doctors and administrators don’t need to spend valuable time on training for a new system.
Rexo HMIS is completely customizable as per the new requirements of the Hospital and features unparalleled flexibility & scalability, comprehensive report types, easy customization, intuitive visuals and interactive graphics that simplify complex data, dashboards-supported quality initiatives and comprehensive drill-down capabilities.
Register a new patient, assign wards and beds. Create a dashboard for in patients. Manage admission, discharge and transfer of patients. The nurses can admit, discharge and transfer a patient using this feature. During admission and transfer a bed can be assigned to the patient.
Manage patient progress, clinical summary, examination sheet, medication order, discharge summary and more.
An organized OPD for handling large number of patients to be attended by multiple Doctors in an OPD. The complete cycle of an effective OPD from Registration, Patient History, Patient Diagnosis, and Prescription etc. is stored and managed effectively.
Operation theater module caters to the scheduling of operation theaters, surgery team, patient tracking, operation theater consumable management, accounting and Operation theater roster and notes with Death and Birth certificates.
Complete Inpatient Management Module that manages all your hospital inpatient functionality from Patient registration to the billing with a complete tracking of Patient records.
The inventory module spreads across the entire hospital from wards, OT, pharmacies etc. and regulates the complete stock movement across the entire hospital.
Pathology Lab Management facilitates definition of laboratory tests supporting fully configurable laboratory tests reports that are ordered in outpatient or Inpatient instantaneously.
Central and distributed pharmacy with several functional units such as stock tracking, ordering/ indenting and medicine receipt from wholesalers/ vendors functionality.
Blood Bank the value added module facilitates Group wise Donor information, Donor Card Generation, Donor Certificate, Group wise Stock and Group wise Receipts.
The Radiology Module is where you can opt for multiple tests and make the results available promptly.
Payroll and HR Management module envelopes routine activities of HRD and tasks pertaining to existing employees, attendance and leaves, loans, ROTA registers new hires and also contractual employees.
Financial module controls and effectively manages the entire monetary flow, providing transparency and accountability thus optimizing your monetary goals.
A good quality management system ensures that operational and clinical decision-making process is fast, accurate, and efficient. With an easy, single view availability of data points, doctors, and medical support staff gets facilitated.
There is a single integrated view to Patients from the centralized system for Billing, Collection, Patient Medical History, Discharge Detail etc.
Mistakes are unavoidable when dealing with vast amounts of paper documents. Too much paper causes clutter, and clutter increases the occurrence of lost or misplaced files and pertinent documents. A centralized database system mapping all data records of drugs, inventory, patient lab reports, medications dosage for patients, thereby reducing adverse drug events, such as improper dosage of medications. If files or documents are misplaced, physicians are not able to know what medications a patient may have adverse reactions to. This increases patient safety and protects physicians from potential regulatory and legal sanctions.
Converting paper documents to electronic forms gives physicians and administrators more time to devote to patient care and value-added activities. Less search and faster retrieval times results in more time tending to patient needs. This, in turn, increases patient satisfaction.
Paper-based documents can become lost or damaged because of mold, fires, flooding or other types of natural disasters and accidents. By contrast, electronic files benefit from redundant storage features and disaster recovery solutions. Even if one server fails, digital backups of every document exist. Therefore, your patients' information is more secure.
A hospital, multi-physician, or high volume clinic can spend large amounts of money each year on storage for patient files. In addition to the cost of the physical storage, most medical storage facilities charge a fee every time an employee handles a document. This means there is a charge for retrieval of the required document, delivery of the document and yet another charge for the document’s return to the storage facility. This process can often take several days to complete and physicians may be forced to see patients without their full medical record on hand (this is where the earlier point of human error comes in).