Innovative and Revolutionary Software for Medical Industry through LiFEDATA Systems

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Innovative and Revolutionary Software for Medical Industry through LiFEDATA Systems


Technological advancements have pervaded different aspects of our lives and have had great impact in our lifestyles - from seemingly mundane things such as beauty and fashion to different industries including media and communication to finance and medicine. More and more companies are showcasing a wide range of medical-related technology portfolios with the promise of better quality healthcare. One of the latest developments for doctors, patients and healthcare institutions is the launching of LiFEDATA EMR Clinic software by LiFEDATA Systems, Inc. Awarded the "Groundbreaking Technology of the Year" for Healthcare by DTI and CITEM at the E-Services Award '08, it is a web-based electronic medical records system developed by Filipinos for Filipino modern-day clinical practice that will make them more efficient, secured, productive, paperless and border-less."LiFEDATA EMR CLINIC manages the clinical, financial and administrative functions of a healthcare organization; improves the quality of patient care and patient safety and decreases incidences of medical errors," says Malu Simeon- Florendo, LiFEDATA Systems President and CEO. Together with a clinical workstation and data repository, EMR provides storage and access to encrypted patient health information (PHI) for healthcare entities in a highly secured, redundant, HIPAA-compliant system. 'What we offer are basically the following: For a doctor, the EMR CLINIC Software will simply modernize and organize his practice and make it into a clutter-free, paperless, time-efficient and borderless clinic. Everything from scheduling appointments, patient encounter, SOAP charting, prescription writing; referrals to labs, hospital admission, and to other doctors, including billing, collection and reporting summaries will all be done electronically. Charts with user-friendly icons and illustrations are used for the doctor to simply navigate by pointing and clicking on familiar yet customizable electronic medical templates. If the doctor chooses to use the web-based EMR CLINIC Internet version, his patient records will be stored electronically in an online encrypted data repository accessible only through his secured username and password. What this means is that patient records will be accessible for the authorized doctor anytime, anywhere in the world there is Internet. …

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