Hospital Information System in Saudi Arabia

The new Hospital information System developed by iClinic for Saudi Arabia is a remarkable breakthrough in Hospital Information Technology Solutions. The new HIS is aimed at improving the Quality of the overall healthcare situation in Saudi Arabia. The new HIS is a part of iClinic’s mission to automate and further simplify Health Care using IT. This initiative holds enormous potential to propel healthcare to the next level by effectively introducing patient-centric automated solutions for timely, efficient and equitable healthcare for all.

iClinic has rich track record of successfully implementing hospital information systems( HIS ) in the UAE and all over the world. iClinic has also developed and deployed various clinical information systems(CIS) in the Middle East region and looks all set to enter the Healthcare industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The systems implemented by iClinic have resulted in a comprehensive growth and overall reduction of costs in the Healthcare Industry. The integrated information systems developed by iClinic are designed to manage the administrative, financial and clinical aspects of a hospital, clinic or healthcare institution.

The HIS developed by iClinic encompasses paper-based information processing as well as data processing machines. The ultimate aim of the HIS is to lend the best possible support to patient care and administration by electronic data processing. The system is comprised of a very few software components which makes maintenance, troubleshooting and up gradation of the system relatively simple and less time consuming as compared to other Hospital Information Systems.

The core of the HIS developed by iClinic is the functionality of the patient medical record. The information contained in the medical record allows health care providers to provide high quality healthcare continuously to individual patients. The electronic medical records also serve as a basis for planning patient care, documenting communication between the health care provider and any other health professional contributing to the patients care, assisting in protecting the legal interest of the patient and the health care providers responsible for the patient’s care, and documenting the care and services provided to the patient. In addition, the electronic medical records may also serve as a document to provide data for internal hospital auditing and quality assurance.