Integrated Healthcare Information Systems

Integrated Healthcare Information Systems in general practice encompasses a wide range of computerized systems for managing information about people’s health and health care for both individual patients and groups of patients. Health information technology may increase the quality of care while also lowering costs. The American Hospital Research and Quality Faculty’s (AHRQ) health information technology (IT) project is part of the nation’s goal to use information technology in health care. Health IT integration with family doctors includes a wide range of computerized technologies for managing information about people’s health and health care for both patients and patient groups. The National Resource Center for Health IT at the Agency for Healthcare and Quality (AHRQ) links the health care community and the researchers and specialists working on the front lines in health IT.

Why Is Health IT Important?

Through the safe use and sharing of health information, health IT allows health care practitioners to manage patient care better. Health IT can enhance the quality of treatment while also making it more cost-effective by building a secure and private EHR system for most Americans and making health information available electronically when and where it is required. The usefulness of HealthTech was shown too during the COVID-19 pandemic. It allowed us to respond quickly and on a large scale to a constantly changing threat environment and matching national response.

The help of health IT, Where health care provides

Information regarding a patient’s condition that is accurate and full. That way, physicians can deliver the best possible treatment, whether it’s an everyday visitor or a medical emergency. The capacity to more effectively coordinate the care provided. If a patient has a critical medical condition, this is exceptionally crucial. For patients who want this comfort, a means to transmit ideas with their carers via the Internet safely.


Singapore’s public health system will continue to focus on increasing population health, making healthcare more sustainable, and improving clinical satisfaction in the coming years. HealthTech will undoubtedly be critical in helping us go to the next stage of change and bring Singapore closer to its health objectives. IHIS will bring together officials, planners, physicians, administrators, technologists, academics, and industry partners to achieve our shared aims. In conjunction with the Ministry of Health, government healthcare establishments, and our community care stakeholders, IHiS will play a leading role in technology enablement in the healthcare domain.