3iCare BBMS is a modular software solution that can be easily configured to meet the diverse activities and procedures within standalone or multi-site healthcare organisations.
3iCare Blood Bank Management System is comprehensive software for standalone and multi-site healthcare organisations. It is designed to help and manage the full cycle of blood bank activities in hospital and standalone blood bank. The software safeguards the entire process of transfusion therapy and ensures full traceability of blood units and components.
BIT as the service provider in SOA Systems Integration, we are serious about guiding healthcare industry on "how to get SOA right". Quick time to value and implementation capability are our strengths. Our well-thought out SOA solutions provide diagnosis process flexibility, automation, and cost optimization.
SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) environment enables system assets to be accessed across the organization, providing opportunities for sharing system capabilities that are currently isolated healthcare organization that depends upon a single system across the entire enterprise to support various departmental and care delivery.
SOA defines a service as an independent unit of work that is self contained and has well-defined, understood capabilities. Addressing the functions with substantial redundancy like:
Beyond integration, utilization of a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) can enable to integrate previously siloed, redundant and inflexible information systems while rationalizing and extracting greater value from existing technology assets
SOA is the next step of system evolution. It builds upon previous architecture approaches while better addressing agility and effective reuse across and outside the organization. SOA provides true interoperability. Most healthcare organizations have a large portfolio of systems with redundant processing and data. SOA allows system capabilities to be selected and packaged as services that are better focused and available across the entire organization. Organizations can shift their efforts from maintaining a complex data interface strategy to creating service-oriented applications that support interoperability while more closely aligning with healthcare processes.