Entity Description
Implementer's Information
Name of Contact Person Pragya Sharma
Organisation Name Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Noida
Organisation Website Link https://cdac.in
Software Details
Software Name eSushrut-Hospital Managment Information System
Software Version G5
Software Type Web Application [with or without Mobile Application]
Supported Deployement Models In-Premise [may include desktops/devices, client-server, internal datacenter, private-cloud], Public Hosted [may include browser/app, public-cloud, provider hosted, single/multi tenancy]
Current Status Of Software Deployed and Live
Software Description e-Sushrut: C-DACÔÇÖs Hospital Management Information System is a major step towards adapting technology to improve healthcare. e-Sushrut incorporates an integrated computerized clinical information system for improved hospital administration and patient health care. It also maintains and provides an accurate, EHR standards compliant electronically stored medical record of the patient which can be utilized for statistical requirements and for research. It is modeled on unique combination of ÔÇÿpatient centric and medical staff centricÔÇÖ paradigm, thus providing benefits to both recipients and providers of healthcare.
Software Category Hospital Information Management System (HIMS) with embedded EMR / EHR
Clinical Record Artifacts - Patient Demographics
- Past Medical History
- Family History
- Chief Complaints / Symptoms
- Diagnosis and Problems
- Allergies and Adverse Reactions
- Observations
- Clinical Examination
- Procedures
- Medications
- Vital Signs
- Investigation [Clinical, Imaging, Histropathology, Microbiology, Haematology, etc.]
- Disclosures and Consents
- Immunization
- Orders
- Reports
Software Deployement Details AIIMS Patna, AIIMS Mangalagiri, AIIMS Raebareli
EHR Standards implemented in the software
- ISO/TS 22220:2011 Health Informatics - Identification of Subjects of Health Care

- MDDS - Demographic (Person Identification and Land Region Codification) version 1.1

- UIDAI Aadhar Number

- Local Identifier with Any Central or state Government Issued Photo Identity Card Number

- ISO 18308:2011 Health Informatics - Requirements for an Electronic Health Record Architecture

- ISO/HL7 10781:2015 Health Informatics - HL7 Electronic Health Records-System Functional Model Release 2 (EHR FM)

- ISO 13940 Health informatics - System of Concepts to Support Continuity of Care

- SNOMED Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT)

- Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC)

- WHO FIC ICD-10

- WHO FIC ICF

- WHO FIC ICD-O

- Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) PS3.0-2015

- JPEG lossy (or lossless) with size and resolution not less than 1024px x 768px at 300dpi for image capture

- ISO 19005-2 Document Management - Electronic Document File Format for Long-Term Preservation - Part 2: Use of ISO 32000-1 (PDF/A-2)

- ANSI/HL7 v2.8.2-2015 HL7 Standard Version 2.8.2 - An Application Protocol for Electronic Data Exchange in Healthcare Environments

- Medical Council of India (MCI) under regulation 3.1 of Ethics for Discharge/Treatment Summary

- Pharmacy Practice Regulations, 2015 Notification No. 14-148/2012-PCI as specified by Pharmacy Council of India

- ISO/TS 14441:2013 Health Informatics - Security & Privacy Requirements of EHR Systems for Use in Conformity Assessment

- ISO/DIS 27799 Health informatics - Information Security Management in Health using ISO/IEC 27002

- ISO 22600:2014 Health informatics - Privilege Management and Access Control (Part 1 through 3)

- Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) SHA-256 or higher

- Encryption with 256-bits key or higher

- HTTPS, SSL v3.0, and TLS v1.2

Information received on date March 29, 2019


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