‘Electronic Medical Record’ service launched by Ooredoo
July 11 2015 11:23 PM

Ooredoo has announced that “Qatar’s first” cloud-based Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Practice Management System has gone live, supporting a wide range of automated services for primary healthcare facilities in the country.
Hosted in the Ooredoo Data Centre, the new service will use a dedicated connection to enable the private healthcare sector in Qatar to manage patients’ clinical information in an efficient way.
CloudClinik is a cloud-based EMR and Practice Management System for medical and dental centres in Qatar, offering a set of solutions for doctors, clinics and healthcare facilities that require no software installation or IT expertise.
This new EMR solution will have a transformative effect on healthcare organisations in Qatar, freeing up time and resources so that they can focus on more important patient-facing issues, according to a statement.
The new service, which was announced in partnership with CloudClinik at ITU World Telecom 2014 in Doha, deploys the latest technology and Ooredoo’s network to manage high volumes of patients’ private information securely and effectively, as well as simplifying daily tasks for employees, the statement added.
Waleed al-Sayed, chief operating officer at Ooredoo, said: “The launch of our new EMR and Practice Management solution will deliver immediate benefits for physicians, patients and the whole community.”
Sajjad Kirmani, founder and CEO of CloudClinik, added: “Collaborating with Ooredoo, we are all geared up to support the Supreme Council of Health’s vision to make Qatar a role model and leader in smart healthcare facilities.”
Built under the guidance of medical specialists, CloudClinik delivers a “superior web experience to help doctors optimise their efficiency and profitability”, the statement said. Key features of CloudClinik include online and walk-in patient registration, e-prescription, appointment tracking via SMS and email, insurance claims generation and customisable templates and order-sets. To get started with CloudClinik, businesses need a web browser, desktop, laptop/tablet/smartphone, high-speed Internet connection and a scanner to access a host of tools.
For details, healthcare organisations can contact the business team at 0800 8000 or log on to www.cloudclinik.qa

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