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Hospital Management Information System (HMIS)

A well-designed and implemented Hospital Information Management System (HIMS) is meant to promote an excellent healthcare delivery system. The foundation for the HIMS is the electronic medical record, which organizes each patient’s clinical, radiology, laboratory and pharmacy data securely and efficiently. SBS assesses the HIMS requirements of healthcare providers then manages the selection and implementation of the appropriate solution to meet the organization’s clinical, financial and operational goals



    • Patients Management: managing all inpatients and outpatients, scheduling and organizing inpatients in rooms and wards.

    • Medical Records: documenting all encounters and storing vitals, lab results, prescriptions and others for searching and easy retrieval.

    • Medical Forms: creating forms and capturing patient information and browses database.

    • Documents & Imaging: providing integrated document management and imaging with the medical records, supporting any document type and handling inline preview and editing.

    • Medical Scheduling: keeping track of appointments and team's calendar with the ability to know which patients are in the Waiting Room and how late they are.

    • Medical Workflows: using the built-in patient workflows like check-ins or automated billing and defining workflow template with the Patient Treatment Plans templates.

    • Medical Billing and Claims: issuing invoices and receipts from the entered medical records, overviewing finances and generating claims for insurances\co-payers and custom claim fields.

    • Medical Inventory Management: managing the stocks of drugs, materials and dispensable items, all integrated with the medical records, purchases and billing.

    • Wards Management: scheduling and organizing inpatients in rooms and wards and providing simple tools to manage medics and nurses.

    • Nurses Module: enabling nurses to enter vital and carry on their tasks with a simple dedicated module.

    • Laboratory (LIS): enabling cooperation between the medics and the in-house lab.

    • Imaging\Radiology: allowing the radiology staff to enter imaging tests results. These will be available automatically to the medics on the case.

    • Pharmacy: allowing pharmacists to dispense prescribed and prepaid drugs and sell not prescribed medication (if permitted).

    • Internal Messaging: receiving notifications as inbox messages and communicating in a chat like manner with other members of you team.

    • Health Messaging (HL7): the Channels module is a bi-directional system for sending/receiving healthcare messages to/from other medical systems or devices.

    • Reporting and Statistics: allowing taking control of business with better reporting and exporting and printing both medical and financial reports.



    • Highest performance and reliability

    • Ease of access and affordability

    • Ease of integration and data migration

    • Saving time consumed in paper work

    • Reducing costs/cost-effective

    • Avoiding medical and medication errors

    • Improving accuracy of demographic data in patient records

    • Improving clinical decision making

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