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Electronic Health Record

A comprehensive, fully integrated and patient-centric electronic record system which includes a full complement of modules and applications integrated in one single database. The solution automates healthcare delivery documentation while providing clinical decision support and supporting best practices. 

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HARRIS Flex is a comprehensive, fully integrated and patient centric electronic record system. It includes a full complement of modules and applications integrated in one single database. The solution automates healthcare delivery documentation while providing clinical decision support and supporting best practices.

It supports the entire continuum of care, from the ambulatory clinic to the acute care areas to home care. It integrates all aspects of patient care into a single, confidential patient centered electronic patient record.

HARRIS Flex effectively leverages InterSystems latest platform, IRIS for Health, a robust object relational database optimized for today’s healthcare data, to safely store and expose your clinical data. Flex Clinical Insight enables the extraction of electronic health record (EHR) data out of HARRIS Flex for analytics and trending to improve clinical processes and clinical outcomes. 

HARRIS Flex’ applications are developed to seamlessly support mobile devices using device agnostic HTML 5. HARRIS Flex’ applications can be displayed on a multitude of mobile devices, including Apple, Android and Windows tablets as well as on desktop and laptops


Key Features
  • Patient Registration and Medical Record (Patient master index, bed control etc..)

  • Laboratory, Radiology, Pharmacy

  • Orders and Results Management

  • Order Sets builder

  • Integrated Medication Management with barcode medication administration

  • Medication Reconciliation

  • Nursing documentation (Assessments, notes, Care Planning, eMAR and more)

  • Physician Documentation (H&P, Notes,Problems, Diagnosis, Chart Review and more)

  • Allied Health Documentation (Assessments, notes, Care Planning, Chart Review, and more)

  • Problem Driven Workflow

  • Clinical Decision Support

  • Controlled Medical Vocabulary

  • CCDA Clinical Document Architecture

  • Analytics and Reporting

  • Medical Device Integration(with Harris Accelero)

  • Patient Portal (with Harris PtAccess)

  • Integrated TeleHealth (with Flex TeleHealth)

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PrognoCIS EHR Software is a product rich in features with a clinic tailored specialty workflow. At the core of PrognoCIS EHR infrastructure is a user friendly, clear navigation path to a comprehensive encounter note and is fully certified by CMS.

PrognoCIS Software is a complete HealthCare IT solution for ambulatory medical clinics in a smaller practice setting as well as large group clinics servicing many providers in multi-specialty clinics.


PrognoCIS encompasses Electronic Health Records, Practice Management, Revenue Cycle Management Services, Electronic Prescriptions, Bilateral Laboratory Interfaces, Patient Portal and Telemedicine as a highlighted list of popular features.

Key Features
  • Patient Charting

  • Certified e-Prescribing (eRx)

  • Clinical Quality Measures Reporting

  • Specialty Templates

  • Voice Transcription

  • Reputation Management

  • Ageing Reports

  • EPCS

  • Patient Portal

  • Referral Management System

  • Account Receivable Management

  • EDI Codes

  • Patient Relations

  • Telemedicine

  • Integrated Billing Solution

  • Reporting & Analytics

  • Pre - Authorization Management


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Cloud based Subscription

PrognoCIS is an entirely Cloud Based Software that is hosted in highly secure data centre in the United Arab Emirates. We aim to improve process efficiency and drive quality improvement, and be cost-effective, PrognoCIS and its comprehensive capabilities are made available to hospitals and clinics through an affordable monthly subscription. It can be seamlessly integrated with Dubai Health Authority' NABIDH program - an HIE platform for exchanging medical records between healthcare providers. We strive for a quick deployment enabling small hospitals to be up and running the EHR within 3 months.

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EHR Benefits

  • Increases patients’ safety, the quality of care they receive and improves their clinical outcomes

  • Provides robust Clinical Decision Support to clinicians to reduce / prevent medication and medical errors
    Streamlines and optimizes clinical and clerical workflows even when “on the go”

  • Standardizes care and enforces protocols/ best practices and ensures data accuracy

  • Promotes interdisciplinary collaboration and real time communication between healthcare providers

  • Increases physician acceptance, productivity through ordering system and order sets

  • Enables exchange of clinical information between facilities and care providers through leading edge interoperability capabilities

  • Leverages information across the continuum of care to analyze and influence population health outcomes and enhance overall population wellness

  • Provides maximum flexibility and scalability to an organization and allows it to independently tailor and evolve their EHR with built in tools to address ever changing needs and evolving practices

  • Reduces costs associated with unnecessary, inappropriate, or incorrect tests and medications

  • Enhances patient’s overall hospitalization experience and fosters patient engagement & empowerment


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Healthcare Analytics

Combine disparate data sources to create one universal truth. Health analytics helps optimize the outcomes of a specific population of patients, or gather insights necessary to track business KPIs within the organization. With the ability to query, manipulate, and drill down on specific data points in an environment that is visual and clear, means a greater ability to determine what is going on beyond the obvious, and to draw connections that might not otherwise be clear.

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Analytics is playing a major role in transforming the healthcare industry and can be used to implement various descriptive, predictive and prescriptive use cases in healthcare. Healthcare organizations are heavily investing on integrating care delivery across the value chain. With a wide adoption of digital and mobile technologies, niche players are rapidly innovating to bridge the gap between consumer, provider, payer, regulator and researchers. Secondary use of healthcare data is emerging as a key component of the data infrastructure for care providers to achieve their care quality, operational efficiencies, real world evidence and compliance requirements.

Convergence of healthcare and life sciences with complete bench to bedside collaboration is helping achieve newer scientific frontiers for care providers. New biomarkers and diagnostics are helping healthcare organizations to bring innovative treatments faster to patients and in saving lives. Healthcare organizations are looking to leverage data and analytics to improve patient experience and address regulatory needs effectively. By adopting mobility and digitization and effectively generating insights, healthcare organizations ranging from single-physician offices to multi-provider groups, large hospital networks, and accountable care organizations can realize significant benefits.

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Medical Device Integration

Medical device connectivity is the establishment and maintenance of a connection through which data is transferred between a medical device, such as a patient monitor, and an information system. The term is used interchangeably with biomedical device connectivity or biomedical device integration. By eliminating the need for manual data entry, potential benefits include faster and more frequent data updates, diminished human error, and improved workflow efficiency.

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Capsule brings to you Integration solutions that unlock the potential of medical device data. Improve workflows, operational efficiencies and clinical decision-making, by capturing and harmonizing data from virtually any medical device. It includes built in support for more than 940 diverse medical devices from every major manufacturer. It ties together medical devices into an integrated system that not only provides connectivity with EMR, but also delivers monitoring, management, and analysis of real-time patient data.

Medical devices may be connected on wireless and wired networks. Wireless networks, including Wi-Fi, Wireless Medical Telemetry Service, and Bluetooth, provide more ubiquitous coverage of connectivity, allowing uninterrupted monitoring of patients in transit. Wired networks are fast, stable, and highly available. Wired networks are usually more costly to install at first and require ongoing costs for maintenance, but allow connectivity of the organization in a closed environment.

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Telehealth provides technology-enabled services to healthcare providers for the delivery of high-quality clinical care virtually anywhere, anytime. Well established network enables healthcare systems to deploy telehealth applications across their own enterprise, and into other care sites, such as non-affiliated hospitals, rehab centers, long-term care, clinics and homes. Remote presence also offers physician services to assist healthcare systems in meeting their telehealth demands, and to address physician shortages. Telemedicine employs collaborative technologies to facilitate a virtual doctor-patient encounter. These solutions combine voice, video, medical data, and collaboration tools, to facilitate a patient to see a doctor, without having to travel long distances. They enable patients, providers, and allied health workers to come together on a common platform and collaborate in real time.

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Telehealth Devices

Designed for a multitude of use cases, environments, and budgets, InTouch Health' telehealth devices ensure easy access to high-quality virtual care

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PeriOperative Care Record

Virtus' Perioperative solution offering is powered by Picis® Clinical Solutions (Picis) which unifies all of your perioperative business and clinical applications into a single documentation solution that drives process improvements and helps the clinician improve patient care. A contiguous patient record keeps care flowing, practitioners in sync, and administration in the know, while reducing costs.


Picis provides clinicians with one contiguous record that spans the ICU, the operating room (OR) and the post anesthesia care unit (PACU), making the flow of information seamless and ensuring that a patient’s progress is automatically tracked and documented from one high-acuity area to another.


Continuity of clinical documentation saves time and reduces the risk of communication errors when transferring patients between care areas or clinicians. It supports quality assurance efforts, since the impact of an event in the OR and PACU can often be seen as an outcome in the ICU.

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