Software development company LiFEDATA Systems, Inc. partnered with Globe Telecom to bring us HealthCloud, a suite of healthcare apps made accessible through the Globe’s Cloud Solutions portfolio.
The Globe HealthCloud is a paperless clinic management system that allows doctor to focus more on patient care. It has 3 major applications: HealthCloud MD, HealthCloud Patient, and HealthCloud HMO.
HealthCloud MD is an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system that compiles a patient’s medical files, detailing personal profiles, past medical histories and diagnoses, past and current medical charts, and other significant health information for easy and convenient retrieval, especially in emergency situations. Aside from the complete clinical documentation, the system also features a calendar and scheduling function, custom templates, doctor’s and nurse’s notes, e-prescription and many other functions.
HealthCloud Patient is an electronic health information system for patients, allowing them to store and organize their personal health record, schedule and manage medical appointments, and easily check HMO utilization.
HealthCloud HMO is an electronic tool that revolutionizes the HMO process, designed to help HMO administrators and members improve procedures at less cost. The system features a directory of HMO-accredited doctors with their specializations as well as HMO-accredited hospitals, clinics and laboratories. It also links doctors with their respective hospitals/clinics, schedules management of doctors and appointment requests, and facilitates claims receptions, collection of requirements, and approval.
Globe HealthCloud is just a part of the new innovations of LiFEDATA Systems, Inc. that will be showcased in this year’s Digital LiFE Congress and Expo, the biggest innovation expo for 2013.
This expo happens on November 14-16 at the World Trade Center, Pasay City, and has four conference tracks for Healthcare and Wellness, Business and Technology, E.D.G.E (Education, Design, Games, and Entertainment), and Lifestyle and Tourism, plus a track on home and living.