Huge

designers, technologists and strategists

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Huge is a global collective of designers, technologists and strategists. We help companies become trusted parts of people’s lives by creating products, services, and brands that people love. We were the first agency to be founded on the idea that the principles of u...
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$200 - $300/hr
1,000 - 9,999
1999
United States
Huge
designers, technologists and strategists
0.00/5 (0 Reviews)
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As COVID-19 keeps marching across the world, the medical information systems are getting overwhelmed by the tidal wave of data. It is wreaking havoc on infrastructure and unearthing the weakness of every system. The medical industry is bearing the brunt of the situation because the information system is not robust and is alarmingly flawed. The impact of this immense pool of data can be seen on health facilities, research organisations, health providers, medical insurers and the government authorities. They are working at the forefront to analyse and prepare a playbook to deal with the virus. Information in such testing times is as critical as the basic necessities of life. It will help administrations map out a roadmap for future outbreaks. Governments should now join hands with IT firms to improve the medical record infrastructure. It is of paramount importance to optimize the care methods, eliminate medical errors, enhance communication between the health provider and patient. Currently, many hospitals use a hospital information system (HIS) just for billing and record purposes. We have never experienced a global pandemic of this proportion. Now, it is time to bring the much-needed reforms in the health sector by adopting effective EHR (Electronic Health Record). This comprehensive record has all the details regarding patient demographics, progress report, issues, medications prescribed, vital signs, medical history, immunizations and diagnosis reports.Electronic health records provide insights and enable to change the course of treatment based on the data records of huge numbers of patients and the list of progressive treatments. With e-health records, patients will not be required to carry a pile of treatment papers to any health facility. A sturdy EHR system will have a huge influence on our ability to understand the virus and respond to it. Its application must be enhanced for public health – it will determine the trajectory of the virus, identify patterns and find helpful treatments. In crises, people ask for information from the authorities and they can only demand data through e-health systems. The pandemic predicament unleashes both the strength and shortcomings of our digital infrastructure.It’s time that public health facilities make use of electronic records and integrate them with medical AI tools to get meaningful insights. Although, the data stored should be secured with encryption and confidentiality of patient information should be maintained. It will allow councils to reach evidence-based facts which will shape patient care. Final wordsThis is a challenging period but it also presents us with opportunities to do better, to build better and stay prepared for the unknowns in the future.
As COVID-19 keeps marching across the world, the medical information systems are getting overwhelmed by the tidal wave of data. It is wreaking havoc on infrastructure and unearthing the weakness of every system. The medical industry is bearing the brunt of the situation because the information system is not robust and is alarmingly flawed. The impact of this immense pool of data can be seen on health facilities, research organisations, health providers, medical insurers and the government authorities. They are working at the forefront to analyse and prepare a playbook to deal with the virus. Information in such testing times is as critical as the basic necessities of life. It will help administrations map out a roadmap for future outbreaks. Governments should now join hands with IT firms to improve the medical record infrastructure. It is of paramount importance to optimize the care methods, eliminate medical errors, enhance communication between the health provider and patient. Currently, many hospitals use a hospital information system (HIS) just for billing and record purposes. We have never experienced a global pandemic of this proportion. Now, it is time to bring the much-needed reforms in the health sector by adopting effective EHR (Electronic Health Record). This comprehensive record has all the details regarding patient demographics, progress report, issues, medications prescribed, vital signs, medical history, immunizations and diagnosis reports.Electronic health records provide insights and enable to change the course of treatment based on the data records of huge numbers of patients and the list of progressive treatments. With e-health records, patients will not be required to carry a pile of treatment papers to any health facility. A sturdy EHR system will have a huge influence on our ability to understand the virus and respond to it. Its application must be enhanced for public health – it will determine the trajectory of the virus, identify patterns and find helpful treatments. In crises, people ask for information from the authorities and they can only demand data through e-health systems. The pandemic predicament unleashes both the strength and shortcomings of our digital infrastructure.It’s time that public health facilities make use of electronic records and integrate them with medical AI tools to get meaningful insights. Although, the data stored should be secured with encryption and confidentiality of patient information should be maintained. It will allow councils to reach evidence-based facts which will shape patient care. Final wordsThis is a challenging period but it also presents us with opportunities to do better, to build better and stay prepared for the unknowns in the future.

As COVID-19 keeps marching across the world, the medical information systems are getting overwhelmed by the tidal wave of data. It is wreaking havoc on infrastructure and unearthing the weakness of every system. The medical industry is bearing the brunt of the situation because the information system is not robust and is alarmingly flawed. 

The impact of this immense pool of data can be seen on health facilities, research organisations, health providers, medical insurers and the government authorities. They are working at the forefront to analyse and prepare a playbook to deal with the virus. Information in such testing times is as critical as the basic necessities of life. It will help administrations map out a roadmap for future outbreaks. 

Governments should now join hands with IT firms to improve the medical record infrastructure. It is of paramount importance to optimize the care methods, eliminate medical errors, enhance communication between the health provider and patient. Currently, many hospitals use a hospital information system (HIS) just for billing and record purposes. 

We have never experienced a global pandemic of this proportion. Now, it is time to bring the much-needed reforms in the health sector by adopting effective EHR (Electronic Health Record). This comprehensive record has all the details regarding patient demographics, progress report, issues, medications prescribed, vital signs, medical history, immunizations and diagnosis reports.

Electronic health records provide insights and enable to change the course of treatment based on the data records of huge numbers of patients and the list of progressive treatments. With e-health records, patients will not be required to carry a pile of treatment papers to any health facility. 

A sturdy EHR system will have a huge influence on our ability to understand the virus and respond to it. Its application must be enhanced for public health – it will determine the trajectory of the virus, identify patterns and find helpful treatments. 

In crises, people ask for information from the authorities and they can only demand data through e-health systems. The pandemic predicament unleashes both the strength and shortcomings of our digital infrastructure.

It’s time that public health facilities make use of electronic records and integrate them with medical AI tools to get meaningful insights. Although, the data stored should be secured with encryption and confidentiality of patient information should be maintained. It will allow councils to reach evidence-based facts which will shape patient care. 

Final words

This is a challenging period but it also presents us with opportunities to do better, to build better and stay prepared for the unknowns in the future.

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