Vanda Health Information Systems

The information technology is getting more and more important to our daily life. With its influence, the Healthcare industry has slowly began their gradual replacement by computer-based records. The Health Information Systems or HIS for short, lies at the center of any computerized health information system. It is an paperless, interoperable, multi-provider, multi-specialty, multi-discipline computerised medical record of health-related information on an individual that can be created, gathered, managed, and consulted by authorized clinicians and staff within one health care organization.

We at Magicsoft Asia Systems have improvise our current Vanda Clinic Management Systems to develop HIS that can automate the clinical workflow and provides instant access to patient’s demographic information, active medical problems, complete medical history, detailed results, medication, allergies and other information that’s vital for informed medical decision making.

Key Capabilities of Health Information Systems
  • Health information and data:
    Having immediate access to key information – such as patients’ diagnoses, allergies, lab test results, and medications – would improve caregivers’ ability to make sound clinical decisions in a timely manner.
  • Result management:
    The ability for all providers participating in the care of a patient in multiple settings to quickly access new and past test results would increase patient safety and the effectiveness of care.
  • Order management:
    The ability to enter and store orders for prescriptions, tests, and other services in a computer-based system should enhance legibility, reduce duplication, and improve the speed with which orders are executed.
  • Decision support:
    Using reminders, prompts, and alerts, computerized decision-support systems would help improve compliance with best clinical practices, ensure regular screenings and other preventive practices, identify possible drug interactions, and facilitate diagnoses and treatments.
  • Electronic communication and connectivity:
    Efficient, secure, and readily accessible communication among providers and patients would improve the continuity of care, increase the timeliness of diagnoses and treatments, and reduce the frequency of adverse events.
  • Patient support:
    Tools that give patients access to their health records, provide interactive patient education, and help them carry out home-monitoring and self-testing can improve control of chronic conditions, such as diabetes.
  • Administrative processes:
    Computerized administrative tools, such as scheduling systems, would greatly improve hospitals’ and clinics’ efficiency and provide more timely service to patients.
  • Reporting:
    Electronic data storage that employs uniform data standards will enable health care organizations to respond more quickly to governmental and private reporting requirements, including those that support patient safety and disease surveillance.
Features of Health Information Systems
  • Billing and Payment Modules
    • Invoice Search
    • Invoices
    • Payments
    • Dispensary
    • Treatments
    • Prescription
    • Lab Tests
  • Common Reports
  • Clinic Operations Reports 
  • Daily Reports
    • Deleted Receipt Listing
    • Daily Collection Statement
    • Daily Billing Report
    • Services Statement Report
    • Daily Collection Statement By Doctor
    • Daily Collection Summary
    • Daily Services Summary
    • Drugs Daily Dispensing
  • Monthly Reports
    • Account Statement Report
    • Doctor Salary Report
    • Monthly Income Summary
    • Receipt Listing
    • Monthly Services Summary Report
    • Monthly Clinic Sales Report
    • Outstanding Invoices
  • Patient Reports
  • Patient Item Reports
    • Patient reading History
    • Patient List Report
    • Patient’s Company Listing Report
  • Statistic Reports
    • New Patient Treatment Diagnosis Report
    • Patient Referral Statistic Report
    • Patient Registration Statistics
  • Clinical Data Reports
    • Patient Follow Up Report
    • Patient Hospitalization Discharge Report
    • Patient Clinical Data Report
  • Laboratory Reports
    • Patient Historical Lab Results
  • Treatment Reports
    • Drug Wastage Report
    • Treatment Schedule Report
  • Vaccination
    • Immunization Report.
    • Vaccination Summary Report
  • Inventory Reports
  • Item Reports
    • Physical Inventory List
    • Inventory Batch Transaction Report
    • Inventory Item List
    • Inventory Transaction List Report
    • Inventory Adjustment Report
    • Expiring Items Listing Report
    • Component Use List
    • Assembly List
  • Purchase
    • Purchase Summary Report
    • Purchase Details Report
  • Master Data Reports
  • Service Dosage Library
    • Service Item List
  • Laboratory
    • Laboratory Package List Report
    • Laboratory Code List Report
  • Claim report
    • Approved Claim Invoice
    • Approved Claim
    •  Insurance Claim
    • General Report By Claim No
    • History of Payment Claim
    • UnApproved Claim Invoice
    • Unpaid ApprovedClaim
    • Monthly Visit Analysis
  • Panel Report
    • Top 5 Diagnosis
    • Lab Test Report
    • Monthly Panel Report
    • Panel Record Report
    • Payment advice report
    • Monthly insurance Report
  • Complex Medical Centre
  • Incident Form
  • Automatic Tablet Machine Interface
  • Communication
    • SMS Interface
    • Email Interface
    • Google Calender API interface for doctors
  • Kiosk
  • Patient Queue Display
  • Patient list Module 
  • Patient Search
    • Print Search Result
  • Credit note Module
    • View Credit Note Details
    • Void Credit Note