The appearance of your student records says a lot about the quality of your school. Other educators and registrars make judgments based on student records that can permanently affect a student’s life. ESMS capabilities include the basics such as transcripts, report cards, attendance, and discipline as well as many other specialized capabilities, including parental access to real time student grades on the Internet. This means that not only administrators but also parents, teachers, and students have access to real-time data. With traditional reporting methods parents may not find out how their student is performing in school until the end of the quarter or semester — usually too late to correct a problem situation. ESMS allows parents to know how their student is doing on a continual basis by using the internet. ESMS can even send electronic progress reports to parents via email on a weekly, monthly, or even daily basis.

You operate a quality program—NOW you can be sure your records communicate that quality. Here realizes the need for an effective school management system and that is exactly what we are striving for!

The School Management System (SMS) will replace the paper-based data collection and information exchange system among the various departments of a particular school.
The School Management System provides an innovative solution for Today’s school record-keeping challenges. This school management software will give you room to handle your responsibilities whether you’re just starting or are an experienced professional.

School Management System opens a universe of opportunities to automate the laborious paperwork involved in proper school management. With our proposed record-keeping software the management can more effectively interact with the students as they develop skills and character for success. They will not only have more time to spend with them, but it will be quality time because they will have up-to-date student information to facilitate them.

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Hospitals deal with the life and health of their patients. Good medical care relies on well-trained doctors and nurses and on high quality facilities and equipment. Good medical care also relies on good record keeping. Without accurate, comprehensive and up to date and accessible patient notes, medical personnel may not offer the best treatment or may in fact misdiagnose the condition, which can have serious consequences. Associated records, such as x-rays, specimens, drug records and patient registers, must also be well cared for if the patient is to be protected. Good records care also ensures the hospitals administration runs smoothly; unneeded records are transferred or destroyed regularly, keeping storage areas clear and accessible; and key records can be found quickly, saving time and resources. Records also provide evidence of the hospital’s accountability for its actions and they form a key source of data for medical research, statistical reports and health information systems.

Managing Hospital Records addresses the specific issues involved in managing clinical and non-clinical hospital records. A comprehensive records management system in a hospital helps to ensure that staff have access both to clinical information and to administrative records on a wide range of issues, including policy, precedents, legal rights and obligations, personnel, finance, buildings, equipment and resources.
Records Management refers to an on-going process of managing the records in a media neutral basis in accordance with approved policies, procedures and schedules. Records Management as a discipline defines and applies business rules related to the creation, protection, retrieval and disposition of an organization as records over time. Retention schedules are the cornerstone of a successful Records Management process.

Records Management as a discipline involves records keeping. Record keeping is an important aspect of every organizations/ institution’s day to day operations. There cannot be a records management system without records and neither can there be efficient record keeping without a good records management system. Therefore, record keeping is the Systematic procedure by which the records of an organization are created, captured, maintained, and disposed of. This system also ensures their preservation for evidential purposes, accurate and efficient updating, timely availability, and control of access to them only by authorized personnel. The record in question here refers to any item or collection of data.

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Superior Clinical Decision Making

Advanced Electronic Medical Records (EMR) enable the healthcare providers to view the patient’s treatment records, clinical documents, investigation results, prescriptions, diagnosis; powering superior clinical decision making. This is available as a single view.

Improved Patient interaction

EHMS architecture is an integrated application that ensures a blanket view of all operations, and seamless flow of data. This hospital management system (HMS) helps the management to collect, disseminate, analyze information across the organization. The application also aids in strengthening the doctor-patient relationship and improves the patient communication with the doctors and vice versa.

Technically Advanced

This Hospital Management system has a Multi-tier architecture. Dot Net (.NET technologies) using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and the Windows Communication Framework (WCF) for the distributed architecture. Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) – the next generation GUI from Microsoft® powered by Direct X technologies resulting in rich GUI that can be explored on Internet Browser 6.0 and above. It supports Oracle 9i and above databases and uses crystal reports for reporting purposes.

Reduced Operating Cost & Progressive ROI

Eagle HMS aids the hospital in reducing operating costs and increasing ROI by:

  • Reduction / Elimination of duplicate work
  • Improved flow of information that enables faster decision making
  • Increasing productivity
  • Greater control over Patient Management
  • Advancement in services offered to patients