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HMIS was conceptualized to facilitate better planning, monitoring and control
of medical and health services at all levels (block, district, division & state)
for the administrators and government officials of Gujarat. The Health and
Family Welfare Department (HFWD) looks after healthcare facilities and
administers public health policies in the state and governs 25 district
hospitals and 6 medical college associated hospitals.

HFWD wanted a solution that can handle data of a particular site (Hospital)
and provide access to a central data repository as and when required. The HMIS
is customized and developed keeping the above objective in mind. Microsoft SQL
Server 2005 has been chosen as the data repository at local sites as well as at
the central site. Since the data at various sites can grow up to a large extent
and get regularly replicated at the central server, Microsoft SQL 2005 is the
right choice.

The Web enabled application has been developed in Microsoft Visual Studio
.NET 2003 to smoothen the activities of all sections of a hospital. The
application controls functioning of hospital departments like MIS, ESS,
Registration, Wards, Finance, Pharmacy, Blood Bank, OT and Nursing etc. and have
28 modules. The application also uses crystal reports to generate reports for
use in various departments in hospitals. The application is a one stop solution
for managing hospital activities and resources. Since each hospital is unique in
its requirements and priorities, HMIS is an end-to-end solution for the
healthcare industry which offers the flexibility of allowing a hospital to
choose from various modules as per its specific needs.

Project Specs
  • Project Head: Dr Amarjit Singh, Associate Director – IT
  • Deployment Location: 26 locations in Gujarat
  • Team Size: 6
  • Tech Used: Net framework, XML
    MS SQL Server 2005, IIS
  • Expected life: NA
Implementation Partner
TCS

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