Excelicare is an application for collaborative, multi-disciplinary care of patients. It offers healthcare organisations a uniquely different approach by providing an integrated solution that is highly configurable and helps ensure that the care they deliver is timely, coordinated, quality assured and transparent through tools that support providers as well as patients.
Excelicare can support the following functions:
Excelicare is architected around a dynamically extensible data model and has an in-built application builder that is its ‘secret sauce’ enabling it to function as a flexible electronic patient record, a population health management solution, a personal health record or as a health information exchange.
The application builder has an integrated visual development environment that is used to create complex, smart and highly functional clinical applications without coding changes to the core platform. This technology is used to extend the primary data model, introduce new workflow, manage alerts, embed rule based triggers, create data capture screens, create letters, manage data dictionaries and much more.
All information captured and stored within Excelicare’s data repository is available to its rules-engines and for near real-time analytics so that gaps in care standards may be identified and acted upon in a timely manner.
AxSys are accredited Microsoft GOLD partners. We have retained this status continuously since 2005. Our core technology is built using Microsoft SQL server and .NET technology in a services oriented architecture. Excelicare is ‘Cloud computing’ ready and its web screens are multi-browser compliant. A set of web services are available for integration with mobile devices and other applications.
The Excelicare has an interoperability layer called Exceliport that handles a diverse range of interface and message constructs. AxSys have integrated over 120 different clinical IT systems including HIS, EMR, Lab, Radiology, and PACS systems. In addition to HL7 and CCD messaging constructs, a range of alternative message formats and transports are available.
Existing transports supported include:
File formats supported include: