Health Informatics Solution

Health informatics uses information technology to store, organize, and analyze health information to discover ways to improve clinical outcomes. The use of informatics software in healthcare leverages the benefits of communications and information technologies (IT) in the industry to improve patient care quality and streamline workflows. The central aim of hospital informatics is to boost the productivity and efficiency of everyday operations, which directly and indirectly translates into improved quality of care and lowered healthcare costs. Thus, informatics software helps all stakeholders involved.   

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A clinically integrated, systems-based approach to deliver healthcare services is needed as per the Affordable Care Act. To provide such systems-based care, well-coordinated health systems with integrated EHR is essential. Healthcare informatics management ensures to offer a systemized care model that offers coordinated care support across all conditions and diseases, multiple care settings, and through time. In such healthcare informatics technology, EHR is the critical component to facilitate healthcare practitioners’ use, collection, and clinical data documentation to provide a comprehensive and easily accessible longitudinal care record. The EHR key metrics in a clinical informatics system are essential to driving actionable insights to improve patient health outcomes.

    OSP can program medical informatics solutions to your needs by integrating in-house or third-party EHR systems successfully. As per the HITECH Act, we understand that the EHR system’s qualitative analysis is essential to achieve the ‘meaningful use’ of health IT in healthcare informatics. Health informatics can compute EHR’s key metrics for overall healthcare IT operations to drive valuable insights. We have experience developing appropriate EHR metrics and interpreting them through healthcare information systems with a variety of technical and clinical expertise. We help health organizations by incorporating EHR-related metrics into their organizations’ quality oversight processes. We customized health informatics security for EHR to define key quality objectives and monitor relevant quality measures relating to EHR systems and other IT on an ongoing basis.

Patient indexing is one of the promising methods in healthcare informatics. It is also known as the Master Patient Index (MPI) that aims to identify individual patients by storing and analyzing their demographic information and assigning a unique identifier to that person. Health informatics with an electrical database holds information in a centrally accessible location for all healthcare providers, thus allowing personal healthcare records to be shared more efficiently and cost-effectively. Health informatics can help healthcare providers by offering automated medical records indexing services. This helps healthcare providers access all the information quickly and easily. Documents that are scanned in at the doctor’s office are categorically filed into the patient charts as per the clinic’s requirements. 

    OSP can customize health information systems based on your needs. That can index medical records like medical charts, physician notes, ERAS, Insurance bills, EOB, Superbills, consent letters, Attorney letters, etc. We have experience in building top-notch healthcare information systems that leverage Amazon Textract for character recognition to turn static unstructured pages into actionable structured healthcare informatics. We program smart healthcare information systems that can automate indexing for documents with order closure and clinical data capture and avoid duplication of documents. Our custom-made medical informatics solutions are simply based on your individual needs with smart management reporting tools to objectively assess the scanning and indexing process, patient data document volumes, trends, healthcare automation, record details.

After the HITECH Act enactment under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009, health informatics data management was altered. For health informatics, the volume, breadth, depth, and pace at which health information is collected have surged. Clinical information systems require top-notch database management to improve patient treatment, HIPAA compliance, population health, cost containment, and quality control. But the major challenge faced by a health informatics system is the myriad collection of patient data from multiple sources such as medical health records, Iot wearables, online patient portals, diagnostic systems, and genomics. The need for robust medical informatics database management is high to make sense of this unstructured data.

    OSP has a team of experts that can understand your health care informatics needs and build a quality database that will solve the challenge faced by the hospital management system and clinics. The database will be engineered, keeping the healthcare informatics security while offering the health providers key insights to make informed decisions on care delivery and create individualized treatment plans. Health informatics can be customized for care management and operational benefits, too, such as helping nursing, clinical, and operational teams enhance time management and resource management in hospitals. There are multiple options, such as Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), an application programming interface (API) to facilitate connections between databases, and process complex health data across platforms. A health informatics database can help in data governance and information governance to ensure data is valid and available to physicians.

Healthcare providers handle complex health data while making important care management decisions about patients and resources. Visualizing health data helps the health decision-makers to understand the key trends and information via graphs, charts, and other visuals. Health information systems can leverage data visualization to swiftly share urgent health information and compare different data types to offer robust, patient-specific treatment plans. For example, a physician can view a patient’s medical history and then compare it against trends and trajectories with other patients with similar conditions the way it happens in population health management. Data visualization in healthcare information systems efficiently reviews multiple data points and applies insights obtained to make informed decisions about patient care.

    We understand that value-based care needs organizations to leverage health informatics and democratize access to actionable insights to drive information through the entire enterprise. We have experience building healthcare information systems that help in collaborative care management with speedy and reliable access to healthcare and financial intelligence to interpret the best possible course forward. Our team has helped many healthcare organizations with customized health informatics for their needs. Our tailored public health informatics can reduce the burden of scrolling through endless lines of black-and-white lab results or poorly formatted continuity of care documents. These made-to-order health informatics solutions can drastically improve providers’ ability to make informed choices at the point of care.


Poor decision making is one of the biggest reasons to have hospital deaths each year. Poor decision-making happens due to lack of health data access, improper data visualization, lack of data analysis to simplify the health data for actionable insights, and more. Healthcare informatics can solve clinical decision support systems by providing quality, quick, and efficient access to relevant health data and actionable insights to the care managers. Health care information systems combine care management, clinical information, computational decision making for better patient outcomes. Health informatics help better and in-depth utilization of Electronic Health Record (EHR), Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) tools, and Clinical Data to support decision-making in critical care nursing practice.

    We customize healthcare analytics and health informatics to help provide advanced care management and improve patient outcomes. To boost the CDSS through medical informatics, we help healthcare organizations to achieve high adoption and effective use, best knowledge available when needed, and continuous improvement of knowledge and CDSS methods. There is a huge hope for CDSS and health informatics to bring improvements to diagnosis. We are now seeing diagnostic systems being developed with non-knowledge-based techniques that may pave the way for a more accurate diagnosis. We have experience working for the customization of health information systems where CDSS can provide support for clinical and diagnostic coding, patient triage, and ordering of procedures and tests.

To help consumers deploy and run healthcare applications and mhealth apps, the cloud provides a secure infrastructure. Cloud computing can boost health informatics operations with multiple platforms and myriad operating systems so consumers can build, test, and deploy their custom healthcare solutions on the virtual servers. The new healthcare integration mechanisms help the health IT provider share the data between many organizations with better interoperability through HL7. The seamless health care informatics data sharing and integration help in dynamically updating, file storage, manageability, and fasting for various health care operations. Over the Health Informatics Technology (HIT) will grow mostly due to the expansion of patient data and additional application improvements requiring computing power.

    OSP can solve the challenges by building cloud-powered health informatics based on your needs. We help healthcare organizations to tailor their health informatics by adopting cloud computing to improve and solve several collaborative information issues and cost optimization of resources. We program standardized cloud-based health information systems to bring obvious advantages to patients, physicians, insurance companies, medical imaging centers, pharmacies, etc. To solve the health informatics data challenge, we can help provide the best quality security scheme relying on the quantum encryption model, and for data, probability. This can build by utilizing the waterfall model to ensure the life cycle of the file migration and consolidation.


Numerous studies and research have shown that errors cost the healthcare industry upwards of a hundred billion dollars annually. Using digital solutions for health informatics services, doctors and medical administrators can streamline all the workflows about care and management, respectively. Subsequently, the insights derived from the informatic systems we develop would reduce errors and help providers and patients in the long run.

The increasing adoption of technology and the emergence of specializations in healthcare have resulted in multiple physicians caring for each patient. Multiple healthcare professionals invariably lead to overlaps and gaps in communication. But OSP can develop software for health system informatics to facilitate smooth and seamless exchange of necessary medical information, updates, clinical notes, observations, test results, and so on. This improves coordination among physicians significantly.

OSP can create health informatics systems to make it easier for physicians to access patient records, update them accordingly, and share them when necessary. Using our medical informatics software would ensure the privacy and integrity of patient records, as the data stored in them enables providers to make informed treatment decisions. Seamless access to medical records goes a long way in improving clinical outcomes and the patient's experience.

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