Doctor’s Diary: Harnessing the Power of Medical Data

The value of medical data is surprisingly underestimated and underutilized in developing economies. Right from acting as catalysts in drug developmental projects to customized private care, their utilities are endless. Doctor’s Diary envisions addressing all such scientific challenges.

Doctor’s Diary is data driven Electronic Health Record (EHR) application for doctors, clinics, and hospitals to document diseases, diagnosis, and prescriptions. A cloud-based platform that is pushing the paradigm of prescriptive to preventive healthcare, it promises “One Patient One Record” to each individual. In addition, it also tackles various challenges with existing EHR applications. Present EHR solutions are struggling with Interoperability, Multi-Specialty, Simple Clinical Workflow, Intuitive  Interface, and Standardized Language.

Like thousands of doctors practicing in India, Dr. Singh is one with good diagnostic reputation. But quite often due to lack of information and data, he can’t give his best to the patients he cares for.

In India, a majority of people are deprived from having the treatment they actually need.

It all happens because of lack of complete medical information (such as allergies, reactions, and response to medication) and patient medical history.

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PRODUCT TOUR

FEATURES

When systems integrate efficiently with minimal change to customary practices and established workflow, the ultimate winner is the patient.

One Patient One Record

Your Data in Your Hand

Data Driven

Transforming Healthcare with Medical Data

Simple Clinical Workflow

Simple and Intuitive Interface designed for Efficiency

Cost Effective

Free for Patients, Almost Free for Doctors

Patient Centric

Patient is the Key Stakeholder in Healthcare

Multi Speciality

Caters 9 Medical Specializations

Interoperability

The Only EHR with Interoperability

Cloud Power for Versatility

Access Anywhere, Anytime, Anyplace

Preventive Healthcare

Disease Prevention as Opposed to Treatment

Modular and Integrated

Combine it with HIS, Pathlabs, Radiology, or Pharmacy

Standardized Language

Scientific and Consistent Medical Vocabulary

Government Regulation

Adheres to All Legal Standards

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Clinics
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Hospitals
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Partners
5300+
Patients

WHY TO USE IT?

RESEARCH

  • Gathering medical data
  • Gathering disease data
  • Identifying emerging diseases
  • Providing OHD for research
  • Developing Open Source Tools

PROFESSIONAL

  • Better diagnosis
  • Better line of treatment
  • Easier clinical work flow
  • Reduces cost
  • Reduces time

IMPACT

  • Saves lives
  • Healthier society
  • Reduces economic burden
  • Supporting Digital India Initiative
  • Supporting Startup India Initiative