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Enterprise management continues to be a challenge in healthcare IT; this is a critical part of maintaining the stability and reliability of clinical and financial systems that support the delivery of healthcare services.
Deploying proactive monitoring and administration of all hospital infrastructure and application technology must evolve with the dynamic healthcare ecosystem that seems to change daily. Our portfolio of services and pre-built accelerators gives your technology teams the speed, scalability and flexibility to optimize your business, support new healthcare models and meet changing customer needs.
Our experience and innovative ideas can help you address gaps in your applications that can impact your business processes. Using predefined and structured methods, we develop proprietary tools to increase effectiveness and follow with rigorous quality control and analysis.
Cloud Computing Implementation
Security, Identity and Integration Solutions
Enterprise Architecture Design
Complex Event Processing
Business Process Management
State Flow Management
Master Data Management
Service Oriented Architecture (Web Services Security and Governance)
Custom Application Development (Java/.NET/Groovy/Spring Source/Open Source)
Deosi’s Enterprise application programs are required to provide specialized support for departmental services.
Some examples are as follows:
Clinical laboratory tasks include accession numbering, collection list, specimen tracking, specimen logging, automatic capture of results from instruments, and quality control: processing controls, calculation of means and standard deviation for a test, analysis of patient trends, technologist verification, check for drug/test interactions, and protocols.
Radiology tasks include result reporting (preliminary, final, amended results), electronic signature, reference file, and images of various types.
Pharmacy tasks include verification of an order by the pharmacist, dual result reporting by pharmacy (number dispensed) and nurse (number administered), unit dose tracking (fills and returns), intravenous ad mixture, and chemotherapy protocols.
Nursing systems must provide nursing assessment, nursing diagnoses, nursing interventions, and care plans (including medication administration records, nursing workload, and nursing note of client outcomes).
Medical records require that the system provide a list of all diagnoses, encounter-oriented summary abstract, time-oriented summaries (flow sheets), utilization review, and longitudinal studies.
Dietary tasks include meal planning, menu selection, food distribution, inventory, ordering, nutrition management, and drug–food interactions.
Consultation programs, which should be available, include bibliographic retrieval, calculations, modeling, decision support systems, protocols, and health knowledge bases such as the Physicians Desk Reference (PDR), emergency procedures, and poison index.
Critical care areas have special needs for electronic data capture to facilitate patient monitoring and charting.
Patient support should include security, privacy, confidentiality of patient data, information sheets for patient education and awareness, concern for general patient welfare, reminders of appointments, admissions, tests, and health maintenance reminders