DataLife Hospital Information System
There are multiple challenges in running a clinic, hospital or nursing home efficiently. While patient care tops the list, there are factors such as administrative obligations, patient handling and document management that impact efficiency and profitability. Our modular solution DataLife HIS customizes all clinic/hospital requirements in order to serve their needs.
DataLife is a Health Information System (HIS) that caters to all management and daily operation needs of healthcare facilities. In- and out-patient handling, material tracking, billing, drug administration and document management are among the areas covered by this extensive enterprise information system.
Its first version was called "Asclepius". It was launched in 2007 as a client-server model and used by small and medium-sized hospitals and rehabilitation centers in northern and central Greece. In 2019 Asclepius was redesigned and moved to the cloud. Thanks to this major upgrade, DataLife is now available anywhere, any time and on any device, without additional maintenance or infrastructure costs.
The Perfect Environment to Deliver Best-practice Care
DataLife enables rapid information capture in a modern, upgraded, intuitive user experience. Focusing on information integrity, decision support and simplicity, it features:
- In- and out- patient management: handles patient admissions and discharges, billing, bed allocation etc.
- Electronic Medical Records: elaborated by nurses, physicians and other paramedical personnel, it gathers all patient health-related information.
- Financials, billing and credit tracking: streamlines the core finance operations, captures new growth opportunities and detects revenue leaks.
- Inventory and pharmacy management: keeps track of each and every inventory item by monitoring and recording all dispenses and purchases.
- Statistics and reporting: provides actionable insights into the healthcare facility's operational performance.
DataLife has been designed and developed based on international standards, open specifications and coding systems. This approach helps us adopt best practices while avoiding contradictions, confusion and communication problems.