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Patient-Centered Healthcare Information System

Our Solution Increases Efficiency, Reduces Cost, and Generates Data

Hospital One is a Health Information System that includes an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) platform that seamlessly integrates with SAP Business One, a worldwide leader in ERP software for small and medium enterprises.

Hospital One combines a hospital’s general service units that includes handling admissions, internal and external pharmacy, nurses’ stations, clinical laboratories, imaging and testing services, inventories, scheduling, human resources. It integrates clinical services with financial, administrative, insurance and cost services of a health center, allowing for expense tracking and monitoring and evaluating quality of service and impact. It is built on a platform that allows the healthcare organization and staff to create new clinical and administrative workflows.

The solution can provide services to small and large clinics, hospitals, and a network of health care providers.

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Patient Focused

Our patients need are the core of our system, allowing them access to their data and to user-friendly apps

Secure

Our solution and modules use the latest in encryption technologies to provide health centers and patients secure access to health data.

Accesible

Our solution is accessible from a cost perspective, but also being easy to use, interactive, and accessible through cloud storage services or servers.

Scalable

We can service small clinics up to large hospitals and regional and national health networks.  We can scale up quickly and efficiently by integrating our tools with those that are already on the market.

Paperless

Our solution significantly reduces the use of paper-based tracking and allows for the digitalization of medical records, images, tests, and diagnostics.

State-of-the Art

Our solution uses the latest IT tools on the market, including EMR, ERP, CRM, GIS, and eLearning solutions that can work with other platforms and apps that are on the market.

Why Global eHealth?

Hospital One is a Health Information System that includes an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) platform that seamlessly integrates with SAP Business One, a worldwide leader in ERP software for small and medium enterprises. We currently serve 65 clinics and hospitals.

Hospital One combines a hospital’s general service units that include handling admissions, internal and external pharmacy, nurses’ stations, clinical laboratories, imaging and testing services, inventories, scheduling, human resources. It integrates clinical services with financial, administrative, insurance and cost services of a health center, allowing for expense tracking and monitoring and evaluating the quality of service and impact. It is built on a platform that allows the healthcare organization and staff to create new clinical and administrative workflows.

The solution can provide services to small and large clinics, hospitals, and a network of healthcare providers.

"Data Changes Everything" - The Economist

The Economist, Feb. 3-9 cover issue “Doctor You, How Data will transform health care,” refers to how the world’s biggest technology firms are poised to transform healthcare by empowering patients, better diagnoses, and lower costs.

“Yet radical change demands a shift in emphasis, from providers to patients and from doctors to data. That shift is happening. Technologies such as the smartphone allow people to monitor their own health. The possibilities multiply when you add the crucial missing ingredients- access to your own medical records and the ability easily to share information with those you trust. That allows you to reduce inefficiencies in your own treatment and to provide data to help train medical algorithms. You can enhance your own care and everyone else’s too.

Patients can also improve the efficiency of their care. Although health records are increasingly electronic, they are often still trapped in silos. Many contain data that machines cannot read. This can lead to delays in treatment or worse. Many of the 250,000 deaths in America attributable to medical error each year can be traced to poorly-coordinated care.  With data at their fingertips, common standards to enable sharing and a strong incentive to get things right, patients are more likely to spot errors.

Patients with access to their records have a better understanding of their illnesses, and that their treatment is more successful.

The prospect of technology firms transporting health cared has been heralded in the past, only to disappoint.  Yet ten years on, the centrality of the smartphone, with its potential to vie a patient access to their data wherever they want and wherever they are, changes the game.

Data sets that contain information about human health are hugely valuable. At a time when health-care budgets around the world are stretched, payers are desperate for insights that might enable them to cut costs while maintaining quality.  The more data the tech firms can handle, the more they will learn about human health, and the better the service they can offer will become.”

Our Commitment

GeHSAP is committed to growing and evolving the business by listening to the patient, the customer; responding to lessons learned; staying on top of an ever-changing technology landscape; providing excellent support; and being attuned to market forces that present new business opportunities.

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