About e-Hospital@NIC: e-Hospital@NIC , a Hospital Management System is a workflow based ICT solution for Hospitals specifically meant for the hospitals in Government Sector. This is a generic software which covers major functional areas like patient care, laboratory services, work flow based document/information exchange, human resource and medical records management of a Hospital. It is a patient-centric system rather than a series of add-ons to a financial system.
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