Hanos Co
Hanos Co
Consulting, Manufacturing and Information Systems

Medical Systems

  1. Electronic Health Records (EHRs): These digital records of patient health information replace traditional paper records, making it easier for healthcare providers to access and share patient information.

  2. Practice Management Systems: These systems help with the day-to-day operations of a medical practice, including appointment scheduling, billing, and reporting.

  3. Telemedicine Platforms: These systems allow healthcare providers to consult with patients remotely, through video calls or other digital communication methods.

  4. Health Information Exchange (HIE) Systems: These systems enable the secure exchange of health information between healthcare providers, improving coordination of care.

  5. Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) Systems: These systems allow healthcare providers to enter medication orders directly into a computer system, reducing errors and improving patient safety.

  6. Pharmacy Information Systems: These systems manage the dispensing of medication, ensuring the correct medication is provided to the right patient at the right time.

  7. Radiology Information Systems (RIS) and Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS): These systems manage the storage and retrieval of diagnostic images like X-rays, MRIs, and CT scans.

  8. Laboratory Information Systems (LIS): These systems manage laboratory test orders and results, streamlining the lab process and improving accuracy.

  9. Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS): These systems use patient information to provide healthcare providers with evidence-based treatment recommendations.

  10. Mobile Health (mHealth) Applications: These apps allow patients to monitor their own health, track medications, communicate with healthcare providers, and more.

  11. Wearable Medical Devices: Devices like fitness trackers, heart rate monitors, and glucose monitors allow continuous health monitoring.

  12. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) Applications: These technologies are being used in a range of applications, from disease diagnosis to predictive analytics.

  13. Blockchain Technology: It's used for secure patient data exchange, supply chain management, and drug traceability.

  14. Cybersecurity Solutions: As healthcare becomes increasingly digital, these solutions protect sensitive health information from cyber threats.