Building a Positive Health Human Future with Technology


All YOUR MEDICAL Information in One Place

 Since Electronic Medical Record has all the information about patients such as medical history, prescriptions, screenings, drug side effects, personnel information, etc. hence, it becomes easy to access all the information in the same place. EMR provide many advantages — they help provide better care to patients and automate a variety of tasks for the practice. They also enable physicians to exchange information with one another remotely and in real time, making sure every clinician dealing with a patient has a current, complete and accurate file. To add to that, they are highly customizable and can be configured according to the requirements of your medical practice. Physicians can update patient information in real time, giving other healthcare professionals an up-to-date, accurate patient file. This electronic record can connect every clinician or specialist involved throughout an individual patient’s healthcare. Continuity is very helpful, especially when a patient switches providers or sees a new physician because it provides physicians with a detailed background of the patient’s medical history, rather than requiring them to start from scratch.

More Secure

In paper-based systems, there are more chances that one can lose or misplace medical records and it’s a headache for a person to keep them safe and sound. This is not the case of EMR because the information is stored electronically and you don’t need to take care of it because it is secured in a digital format. And EMR takes care of the privacy of patient’s data which is one of the key benefits of it.


HIE protect Patient Health Information using the highest security, intrusion defense, prevention technology, while in strict compliance of privacy and standards.

  • Increased security, which correlates directly to reduction in identity theft, data breaches, and trust violations.

  • Data exchange standardization for improved interoperability

  • Enhanced customer service, both within government-wide agencies and Social Security Agencies facilitating secure, streamlined, and user-friendly transactions – including information sharing – translates directly into improved customer service scores, and increased consumer confidence in healthcare services.

  • Elimination of redundancy, both through gov-agencies consolidation of processes and workflow and the provision of government-wide services to support their processes.

  • Increase in protection of Personally Identifiable Information by consolidating and securing identity data, which is accomplished by locating identity data, improving access controls, proliferating use of encryption, and automating provisioning processes.