Healthcare providers need improved communication to enhance care coordination. Rtwo’s Connect Engine is designed to assist hospitals communicate medical information fast. The tool fosters collaboration between care teams and ensures better critical care outcomes.
Comes equipped with uniform specifications, features, and performance criteria to adapt to various systems and devices.
Connects easily with various medical devices having different communication protocols and systems like EMRs using standard protocols.
Serves as an efficient and real-time waveform data acquisition, processing, and archiving system from various bedside devices.
Extracts data (texts, numeric entries, images) from multiple devices and systems in different formats (HL7, FHIR, and JSON) to facilitate data migration.
Delivering a World Of Benefits
Capture all types of data from all medical devices accurately and download them in different formats.
Build workflows with digital tools and platforms to facilitate fast and accurate exchange of patient information.
Expedite the medical intervention process for critical care patients; eliminate slow and error-prone manual processes.
Ensure quick deployment of digital solutions to improve efficiency and patient outcomes without any waiting time.
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Frequently Asked Question
HL7 (Health Level Seven International) is a set of international standards that enable the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health information between different healthcare information systems. It is a standard protocol for exchanging data between healthcare information systems such as electronic medical records (EMRs), laboratory systems, radiology systems, and others.
The HL7 standards cover various healthcare domains, including clinical care, public health, research, and medical devices. These standards specify the format, structure, and content of messages exchanged between healthcare systems, providing a framework for interoperability and data exchange.
HL7 is used by healthcare providers, hospitals, laboratories, medical device manufacturers, and other organizations involved in delivering and managing healthcare services. It is an important tool in improving patient care, reducing medical errors and promoting efficient and effective healthcare services.
HIS (Hospital Information System) and EMR (Electronic Medical Record) are related but distinct technologies crucial in managing healthcare data.
HIS is a comprehensive software system that manages a hospital or healthcare facility's administrative, financial, and clinical aspects. It includes modules such as patient registration, appointment scheduling, billing, pharmacy management, and inventory management. HIS provides a centralized platform for storing and managing all types of healthcare data and enables healthcare providers to access and share patient information across different departments and locations.
EMR, on the other hand, is a digital version of a patient's medical record that is created, stored, and maintained electronically. The system includes medical history, medications, lab results, radiology images, and other clinical data.
EMR is designed to improve the quality and safety of patient care by providing healthcare providers with accurate and up-to-date information about their patients. It also enables healthcare providers to track patient progress, communicate with other providers, and make informed clinical decisions.HIS and EMR form a critical part of the healthcare ecosystem, enabling healthcare providers to manage and share patient information more efficiently, ultimately improving the quality and safety of patient care.