December 16, 2021, New Delhi, India: Offers a longitudinal view of disease progression that help doctors understand, assess & compare various treatment regimens.
HealthPlix Technologies, India's most trusted AI-powered EMR software today, announced the release of the Prescription Summary Dashboard for doctors. The new feature release from the ROBIN suite, is an analytical software that sits on HealthPlix flagship product - EMR. With this second feature release – Prescription Summary Dashboard, doctors are now able to analyse their historical prescriptions within a few clicks enabling them to identify different cohorts of patients and the treatment given to them. Doctors may also use real-time analytics to stay ahead of the curve and make sure that their patients receive the best possible treatment (personalised care).
The dashboard equips doctors with:
• Selecting and creating a cohort of patients
• Deep dive on patients based on: Diagnosis, Complaints, Test Values, Vitals, Demographics, Medicine prescribed to name a few
• Co Rx medicines prescribed together for a cohort of patients
• Comorbidities of patients suffering from a disease
• Supports doctors for their medical research needs.
Prescriptive analytics makes use of patient health information to assist doctors in advanced treatment planning, assessing high-risk patients and dealing with a large amount of patient information in a much efficient way. It further helps in predicting patients who are at greater risk and connect with them proactively to minimize it.
“Engagement in healthcare is significantly more challenging than in other industries. Furthermore, except for healthcare, analytics has been used in a variety of businesses for the past decade or more. The ability to provide doctors with a simple visual representation of a patient's prescription history that is backed by analytics has the potential to drive better health outcomes and transform the doctor-patient relationship. Prescriptive analytics assists the doctor in making productive decisions, as well as absorbing new information efficiently for their research needs. Being a Doctor First company, we understand their needs and strive to equip them with analytical tools that are focused around mapping a patient's longitudinal health journey” says Sandeep Gudibanda – CEO, HealthPlix Technologies.
The Prescription Summary Dashboard is a research-oriented platform that helps deep dive into a patient’s medical history. With a user-friendly interface, the dashboard provides an overview of complete practice with an aggregated analysis of prescriptions, allowing doctors to elevate their engagement with patients. Backed with analytics capabilities it allows doctors to find areas of improvement to drive better patient outcomes.
Chaitanya Raju, Chief of AI, HealthPlix Technologies added, “Currently, doctors have no way of obtaining information on the medications administered to a specific cohort of patients. It is a time-consuming process with the potential for misinterpretation. The prescription summary dashboard is a one-click deep dive analysis tool for doctors making patient care more efficient. It is consistent with our mission to provide doctors with solutions that will help them save time, provide superior care, and improve the in-clinic experience.”
Major public health incidents such as COVID-19 have the characteristics of being uncertain, sudden, and hazardous. Analytics tools such as the Prescription Summary Dashboard bring in a new aspect for doctors in anticipating developments, responding to incidents with speed, precision, and agility leading to efficient patient treatment and control over their health. With technology playing a rapid role in transformation, doctors need to leverage digital and analytical tools in providing personalized healthcare delivery.
The health-tech start-up is backed by marquee investors such as Lightspeed Venture Partners, JSW Ventures, Kalaari Capital and Chiratae Ventures. In their latest round of funding, HealthPlix raised $13.5 million as part of Series B funding, which was led by Lightspeed Ventures and joined by existing investors.
HealthPlix is an innovative Health-Tech company, bringing technology to the heart of healthcare – doctors. Using assistive AI powered EMR software, HealthPlix empowers doctors to drive better health outcomes for their patients by providing clinical decision support at the point of care.
Currently, 15million+ patients across India have been treated through HealthPlix EMR platform by doctors practicing across 16 specialties. HealthPlix’s doctor base and network spans across 370+ cities in India making it the largest EMR software used by doctors to digitize the care in Indian healthcare. Headquartered in Bangalore, HealthPlix began its operations in 2014. In 2021, HealthPlix raised $13.5 million as part of its ongoing Series B funding round led by Lightspeed Ventures.
We are redefining the way doctors interact with technology to positively impact patient outcomes and secure the future of healthcare.
* This Press Release is published by VOH team*
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