Enhancing security and improving data management are crucial aspects of modern healthcare services, and several measures can be taken to achieve these goals. To address the growing concerns around cybersecurity and the efficient handling of data, organizations can implement various strategies and tools. Additionally, adopting a strong Clinical Management System like Vanda also adds an extra layer of protection with seamless data management. Clinics can leverage Vanda’s numerous advantageous features to gain unfair benefits in their operations, such as:
Integrated with Ministry of Health Programs
A centralized data system marks a significant step forward in addressing one of the persistent issues faced by healthcare professionals, incomplete or incorrect patient data. This innovative system enables the gathering and storage of information from diverse origins, such as the Singapore National Electronic Health Records (NEHR) and Healthier SG.
The integration with NEHR and Healthier SG brings together the data from various healthcare sources, including hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare providers. This integration ensures that patient health information is seamlessly recorded, updated, and accessible across the entire healthcare network with Vanda as the main solution, and more integration will be coming soon.
Role Based Access Management (RBAC)
Vanda uses a role-based access control (RBAC) system, which plays a crucial role in enhancing security and facilitating efficient data management. With RBAC, access to sensitive data and system functionalities is granted based on predefined roles and responsibilities within the organization. Clinics can establish a well-defined hierarchy of roles, such as administrators, healthcare providers, and support staff, each with specific permissions and access levels.
Healthcare providers, on the other hand, are granted access to patient data relevant to their responsibilities, enabling them to view and update medical records, input diagnoses, and prescribe treatments. RBAC ensures that employees only have access to the data and functionalities necessary for their roles, minimizing the risk of unauthorized access and data breaches.