Medical software integration

VITech can provide integration of medical software with the already existing ecosystem to deliver added value to medical technology companies. Every clinic or medical practice uses connected devices with integrated medical software. They collect a lot of personal patient information and store this data as electronic health records (EHR). Medical device integration software can help to reduce issues due to the human factor and manual work.

Integration potential

Integrated workflow

Medical facilities receive an efficient, easy, and understandable workflow to avoid duplicated data entry by incorporating medical devices. All the hospital sections are connected and controlled through a web-based system.

Better data quality and eliminating possible errors

Due to human factors. To make the daily routine of the medical staff easier, healthcare facilities need to reduce manual work, especially related to the health records and clinical data. There is no need to collect the data manually since the software for integration can automatically collect and analyze the data.

Optimized efficiency

Interoperable software is compatible with others and offers providers the chance to offer new services, receive lab results from anywhere, eliminate repetitive testing, communicate information to their patients more effectively, increase patient payments, etc.

Improved quality of medical diagnoses

Medical workers have to gain the most patient information to enhance clinical decision-making and increase their patients’ quality of care. Interoperability helps providers access information from other providers, other departments, testing/lab centers, and more. Interoperability also prevents providers from prescribing conflicting medications or forming redundant treatment plans. Providers can access patient data within other systems with improved access to information, making the most up-to-date decisions possible.

Remote control

Even if doctors aren’t physically at the hospital, they can watch over each patient’s health status. Patients also can check the information about their health (doctor’s conclusions, analysis results, drug prescriptions) online.

Cloud-based storage

Now doctors don’t need to search for the required patient’s data through all the devices. The system can collect data automatically and send the information directly to the storage. The received data will be filtered, stored, and secured online. If they use a proven and safe system, the data will remain crack-proof.

Medical software integration difficulties

Medical software integration is a process that requires work at various levels: from software development to creating a network of bridges and gateways for data collecting and medical devices.

Various EHR solutions have different functions, interfaces, and operational systems. Therefore, Integrating EHR software with medical devices should be HIPAA compliant and flexible and match multiple medical networks and their internal network.

Medical software integration is complex since there is no “one model” solution for establishing connections between all medical devices. Additionally, the local databases of the hospitals also vary from one place to another. At VITech we get back to our clients with custom solutions to tailor to a specific business need.

Why VITech

  • We ensure healthcare interoperability for optimal patient care, which means a 360-degree view of EHR that is available round-the-clock and provides accurate and real-time responses.
  • With VITech you can ensure regulatory compliance by bridging a wide array of standards, including HIPAA.
  • Get HIPAA compliant software development specialists for integrating EHR with medical devices and match various medical networks and their internal network.
  • We make health information exchange more accessible and safer. For medical practices that either do not have interoperable software or still keep their records in a filing cabinet in paper format, providers lose the ability to find and utilize essential data. They may send and receive information, but providers will fail to efficiently find data and help their patients without software interoperability.

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