eHospital by IntelliSOFT

eHos­pi­tal, IntelliSOFT’s flag­ship prod­uct, is an end-to-end hos­pi­tal infor­ma­tion sys­tem that is pow­ered by Bahm­ni. eHos­pi­tal lever­ages an inte­grat­ed med­ical records sys­tem, lab sys­tem and ERP in a dis­tri­b­u­tion that address­es the work­flows, forms and reports of the East African mar­ket.

eHos­pi­tal has the abil­i­ty to man­age the patient jour­ney from reg­is­tra­tion, through con­sul­ta­tion, lab orders and pre­scrip­tions. Our vision for eHos­pi­tal is to pos­i­tive­ly impact care deliv­ery through access to and use of qual­i­ty health data.

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Awards & Recognitions

Intel­liSOFT is excit­ed to be one of near­ly 50 Grand Chal­lenges grant win­ners announced by the Bill & Melin­da Gates Foun­da­tion to sup­port low- and mid­dle-income coun­tries LMICs  in har­ness­ing AI’s pow­er for good. Intel­liSOFT will join a team of glob­al health researchers to har­ness the pow­er of arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence for edu­cat­ing and empow­er­ing Kenyan youth in health. Read More

Intel­liSOFT is pleased to be among the Africa-based dig­i­tal health entre­pre­neurs list­ed by PATH that are build­ing tools to sup­port com­mu­ni­ty health work­ers. We are one of four orga­ni­za­tions that PATH, in part­ner­ship with Medic, have award­ed fund­ing to expand their dig­i­tal health solu­tions for com­mu­ni­ty health using the Com­mu­ni­ty Health Toolk­it (CHT). The award is part of the Dig­i­tal Health Ecosys­tem (DHE) project, fund­ed by the Bay­er Foun­da­tion. Through the DHE project, we will fur­ther devel­op Mama’s Hub, (a Mater­nal Health Infor­ma­tion Sys­tem imple­ment­ed by Kabarak Uni­ver­si­ty, through fund­ing from the Nation­al Research Fund of Kenya). Addi­tion­al­ly, we will devel­op a phar­ma­covig­i­lance mod­ule for CHT and pre­pare a scal­ing and sus­tain­abil­i­ty plan for Intel­liSOFT as a whole. Read more

The New­born Nutri­tion Ref­er­ence Appli­ca­tion and PvERS II, both appli­ca­tions that we have devel­oped, have received recog­ni­tion from the Dig­i­tal Pub­lic Goods Alliance(DPG) and are now list­ed on the DPG Reg­istry as Dig­i­tal Pub­lic Goods (DPGs). Both the Phar­ma­cy Poi­sons Board of Kenya-owned PvERS II and the PATH and Philips Foun­da­tion-owned New­born Nutri­tion Ref­er­ence App adhere to the DPG stan­dard and have met all require­ments to be list­ed on the DPG reg­istry as dig­i­tal pub­lic goods. DPGs are defined as open source soft­ware, open data, open AI mod­els, open stan­dards, and open con­tent that adhere to pri­va­cy and oth­er applic­a­ble laws and best prac­tices, do no harm, and help attain the Sus­tain­able Devel­op­ment Goals (SDGs).

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” Your par­tic­i­pa­tion [In the 2021 Dig­i­tal Prin­ci­ples Orga­ni­za­tion­al-Self Assess­ment whose results are in this blog] helped the Dig­i­tal Prin­ci­ples team under­stand com­mu­ni­ty pri­or­i­ties, needs, and engage­ment approaches.…..I’m extend­ing sin­cere con­grat­u­la­tions on IntelliSOFT’s result as a Gold-Lev­el Endors­er! Your orga­ni­za­tion is indi­cat­ed as such on the Dig­i­tal Prin­ci­ples endorsers page. We appre­ci­ate your advo­ca­cy and part­ner­ship to make the Dig­i­tal Prin­ci­ples come to life. Con­grat­u­la­tions again and it’s always a plea­sure work­ing with you.”

 ~ Clau­dine Lim | Man­ag­er, Prin­ci­ples for Dig­i­tal Devel­op­ment, Dig­i­tal Impact Alliance at the Unit­ed Nations Foun­da­tion ~