Definition - What does Microsoft Amalga mean?
The Microsoft Amalga Family of Enterprise Health Systems is a unified health enterprise platform distributed by Microsoft Corp. This software solution is geared toward meeting the specific needs of health-care organizations and businesses. It has three components:
- Unified Intelligence System (UIS)
- Hospital Information System (HIS)
- Microsoft Health Vault
Techopedia explains Microsoft Amalga
Amalga is a platform designed to retrieve, collate and display patient information from different sources such as scanned records, X-ray images, magnetic resonance imaging scans, electrocardiograms and laboratory results, as well as other related information like patient personal records. It is designed to interface with already existing information systems so that the organization is not required to know in advance how information is to be applied specifically, allowing it to provide real-time clinical information about patients in a single view, as well as financial and administrative information that may be related to the patient.
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