The University Hospital of the West Indies (UHWI) will convert to an electronic hospital management system come May 1, under a US$1-million investment.
The project is being handled by Jamaican IT company Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) and its partner Suvarna, based in India.
All the hospital’s record-keeping and management functions will be overhauled, AIS Chairman and CEO Doug Halsall told Wednesday Business.
“It will be an end-to-end computerisation of the hospital, from registration to doctors’ desk, bed management, lab requests to pharmacy,” Halsall said.
Published in the Gleaner
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