Hospital Information Systems (HIS)
The Hospital Information Management System focuses on meeting the administrative needs of hospitals and effectively managing the administrative issues. The Hospital Information Management System helps manage the quality of service and patient care in a safe and effective way by covering all medical, administrative and financial business functions in hospitals where a wide variety of critical data are created at any time of the day and for 365 days a year. The entire journey of the patient in the hospital from admission to discharge has been automated and managed by this system. In addition to enhanced quality in patient care and better financial management, it is easily integrated to the entire hospital operations and applications to provide an integrated, flexible and scalable system.
Primary Healthcare Information Systems (PHIS)
Primary Care Clinical Information Management System helps public and private primary healthcare institutions manage daily functions, tasks and units including patient management, appointments, procurement management, vaccine tracking, pharmaceuticals, laboratories, medical imaging systems, asset management, diagnostic testing and screening programs, preventive health measures, patient assignments and referrals. Use of Primary Care Clinic Information Management System in healthcare institutions such as primary care clinics, community clinics, community health centers, clinics and private polyclinics helps provide efficient and quality-oriented management of healthcare services. It is a sophisticated system with a flexible and scalable structure providing rapid and easy access to data and integration capabilities that can incorporate all units.
Central Appointment System (CAS)
The Central Patient Appointment System is an appointment scheduling system developed to reduce waste of time in healthcare services and to enhance service quality and optimal resource allocation. It eliminates the need for multiple visits to the hospital just to manage patient appointments, and can also be integrated to centralized management systems enabling follow-up of all appointments between a patient and a doctor. The Central Patient Appointment System organizes all procedures in the healthcare system and brings together the appointments of primary, secondary and tertiary service providers. It can easily be integrated with access channels such as mobile phones, web sites, call centers and provides an enhanced patient interaction by informing the patient through notifications or real-time updates.
Emergency Medical System (EMS)
Emergency Medical System (EMS) is a specialized cloud & geo-locator supportive, mobile responsive, system for patient care management for treatment of emergency cases outside the healthcare facility where ambulances and specialized healthcare professionals reach out to treat patients.
Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
Electronic Medical Records System keeps an electronic record of the clinical information of each patient visiting healthcare providers and provides reports when needed. It ensures the confidentiality, security and autonomy of patient information, simplifies the workflow of healthcare providers and improves the quality of patient care and patient information security. With the Electronic Medical Records System, doctors can have access to the patient diagnostics, patient’s allergies, his laboratory results and medications. It provides a secure electronic communication between healthcare providers and patients, while simultaneously facilitating a real-time and rapid flow of information between different healthcare providers.
The National Healthcare Services e-Procurement Platform is an e-Procurement platform that enables medical organizations to cowork on a national pharmaceutical and medical device database. National Healthcare Services e-Procurement Platform ensures procurement optimization and creates business rules between hospitals, pharmaceutical and medical device suppliers. It helps the execution of many simultaneous functions including procurement planning, order preparation, ordering conditions, offer preparation by pharmaceutical/medical device suppliers, tender acceptance, tender management by public procurement authority, announcing tender results, monitoring tender price and transaction volume at the national level, arranging price components, market auditing and several other tasks including reporting all intended procurement management levels to units such as Ministry of Health, health institutions, sales managers of pharmaceutical/medical device companies.
Pharmacy Automation System (PAS)
The Pharmacy Automation System is a comprehensive pharmacy information system that helps the pharmacies structure their organization and procurement of pharmaceutical drugs including the functions of purchasing, distribution and inventory control. This system helps pharmacists manage the pharmaceutical drug process, enables them to track the drug information and drug inventory, and delivers the desired information using various reports. The Pharmacy Automation System enables the simultaneous tracking of pharmaceutical drugs and their inventory status together with the use of Pharmaceutical Track&Trace System. It also facilitates the selection of different criteria thanks to the integration of systems such as demand processing, Pharmaceutical Track&Trace System and e-Prescription.
Pharmaceutical Tracking System (PTS)
The Pharmaceutical Tracking System is a solution aimed at enhancing patient safety and reducing loss of income of countries by preventing the use of counterfeit, smuggled and prohibited drugs. Notification by the electronic product code enables monitoring every transaction of a notified drug in its production, import, supply and distribution processes. The Pharmaceutical Tracking System helps monitor all transactions of a pharmaceutical drug starting from its production up until the supply chain and its access to the end user. It provides a centralized and user-friendly on-line application that improves efficiency in terms of inventory management and drug utilization which is in line with the regulations of the Ministry of Health.
Tele-medicine allows health care professionals to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients at a distance using telecommunications technology.
The e-Prescription system has been developed to eliminate the difficulties of prescription procedures and provide effective control in order to avoid unnecessary pharmaceutical drug consumption. It enables the prescription issued by a healthcare provider to be electronically transferred to a pharmacy in order for the patient to receive the medication and the patient’s record to be arranged accordingly. Excessive and unnecessary pharmaceutical drug consumption is an important problem in terms of both health and finance in many different countries. e-Prescription focuses on improving patient safety and quality of care by providing effective control on pharmaceutical drug consumption and enhances efficiency reducing the time the pharmacist spends for clarifying prescriptions or entering data.
Master Patient Index
Master Patient Index (MPI) secures the anonymity of patient records. MPI is loosely coupled with National Identifier in a separate and secure database. Patient records are encrypted and while MPI uniquely identifies each patient record, it also protects anonymity by removing all demographic information from the record.
Command Centers help healthcare organizations and systems to reach better performance through data that are kept. These data can be converted into actionable information and lead to predictable results by data-oriented commands. These command centers are equipped with high-technology and functional 7/24. Çalık Digital takes part in all processes of designing, building and activating of a command center.