Our end-to-end Hospital and Clinic Information Systems (HIS/CIS) are designed to optimize workflows for physicians, nurses, and additional healthcare staff by streamlining administrative, financial, and clinical operations. We include modules for managing patient details, doctor-patient interactions, insurance and billing information, and enterprise-wide inventories of medicine, supplies, and equipment.
We design medical Practice Management Software (PMS) with features for registering patients, recording patient demographics and medical information, processing insurance, and automating administrative duties such as maintenance checks and accounting operations. We design intuitive scheduling interfaces for managing patient appointments and procedures as well as staff schedules. We also offer implementation solutions for third-party PMS systems, including NueMD and Kareo.
We program interoperable case management systems with inpatient and outpatient workflow customizations. We program features for registering and admitting new patients, assigning rooms and beds, automating SMS appointment notifications, integrating EHR/EMR systems, and tracking diagnoses and treatment outcomes in real time. We implement patient monitoring systems as well as GIS-powered patient location tracking.
We use HL7 standards to ensure hospital information and practice management software interoperability with outside systems, including Health Information Exchanges (HIE) and third-party lab service vendors (Quest Diagnostics, LabCorp). We enable enterprise-wide integrations with software for e-prescribing (e-Rx), sharing medical images (PACS), and Clinical Decision Support (CDS) systems.
Engineering of client-server architectures for on-site or web-based server processing. Programming of relational database management systems to handle medical and administrative data as well as health informatics databases like the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC), and Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine and Codes (SNOMED – CT).
Programming of patient portals for self-scheduling appointments, requesting refills, and coordinating Personal Health Records (PHR) with healthcare professionals. Physicians can use patient portals that have been integrated with EHR/EMR/PHR systems to share lab results, issue bills, track patient vitals (via wearable health technology), answer patient queries, and communicate treatment plans.
We develop custom healthcare management reporting software to measure mission-critical analytics and generate regular reports for administrators and stockholders. We program reporting software to track schedule efficiency, accounts payable/receivable, patient satisfaction, treatment outcomes, fraud, and human error costs. We also integrate Clinical Quality Measure (CQM) tracking for reporting Meaningful Use (MU).
Integration of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) dashboards and features. We automate insurance validation (and batch processing) and develop portals with popular healthcare clearinghouses (Availity, Emdeon). We develop features for assigning charges to medical services, approving prior authorization, automating accounting operations, offering Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA), processing payments, and archiving audit trails.
Chetu's healthcare software development experts ensures your software complies with regulatory standards including specifications set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the National Coordinator – Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ONC-ATCB), HITECH's Meaningful Use Stage 1 and 2 (MU-1 & MU-2), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Health Level 7 International (HL7).
Chetu is the premier provider of custom hospital information and practice management system solutions for healthcare environments worldwide. Consult our software solutions specialists now to discuss how our healthcare interoperability services will help you overcome your healthcare technology challenges.