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Technology Elements

  • Remote Diagnostics: Tools that can perform diagnostic tests and send results to healthcare providers remotely.
  • Automated Pharmacy Dispense: Machines that automatically dispense medications, reducing wait times and errors associated with manual dispensing (Optional)
  • Health Kiosk/Retail Health Clinic: Physical stations where patients can access healthcare services such as check-ups and consultations (Optional)
  • Tele-Medicine: A platform for remote care, allowing consultations and health services over the internet (Optional)
  • Symptom Analysis: Software for analyzing symptoms that patients report, possibly using AI to assist in preliminary diagnosis.
  • Health Analytics: Systems that process health data to provide insights into population health trends and individual patient needs.
  • Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS): Tools that assist healthcare professionals in making informed decisions by integrating patient data and clinical knowledge.
  • Health Internet of Things (IOT): Connected devices that monitor health metrics and send data to healthcare providers.
  • Patient Generated Data (PGD) and Family Data: Information provided by patients or their family members, which can be integrated into their health records for a more comprehensive understanding of their health (Optional)

Services Delivered:

  • Over-the-Counter (OTC) and Prescription (Rx) Services: Easy access to non-prescription and prescription medications.
  • Consultation: Doctor Consultations, which can be done in-person or remotely.
  • Remote Care/Tele-Medicine: Healthcare services provided at a distance, which can include virtual visits and monitoring. (Optional)
  • Remote Consults: Consultations with healthcare professionals that do not require an in-person visit (Optional)
  • Remote Tracking: Ongoing monitoring of patients’ health status remotely, which can be crucial for chronic condition management (Optional)

Combination in a Primary Care Setting:

In a primary care setting, this SMART HEALTH framework could operate as Patients could use the health kiosk for initial symptom analysis and basic diagnostics. Based on the analysis, the system could connect them with a healthcare provider via tele-medicine for a consultation. The CDSS would support the healthcare provider by offering diagnostic and treatment suggestions, reducing manual errors. Prescriptions generated during the consultation could be automatically filled by the automated pharma dispense system. Health analytics would continuously analyze patient data for better service delivery and public health insights. Remote diagnostics and IOT devices would enable continuous patient monitoring, providing real-time data to healthcare providers. Patient engagement would be maintained through the Smart Health app, allowing patients to manage appointments, access their health data, and receive follow-up care instructions. The integration of these technologies and services by MedOnGo would create a cohesive healthcare delivery system that can provide efficient, accurate, and personalized care, making primary healthcare more accessible and effective.

Welcome Desk and Pre Consultation

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  • Registration of family members.
  • Automatic generation of unique Identifier for patient as well as each family member.
  • Advanced multi-criteria search/categorization for registered patients.
  • Printing of patient id card.

Patient EMR

  • Fluid, fast and easy to use GUI to make data collection easy for the consulting doctors, nurses, assistants etc.
  • Complete clinical data repository.
  • ICD-11\SNOMED CT Codes for Diagnosis and Clinical Findings.
  • Laboratory reports, clinical procedure records, etc.

Inventory Management

  • Provide an extensive list of drugs available
  • Real time monitoring of medicine stock.
  • Accurate reporting of consumption details.
  • E-Prescription generation and printing.
  • Easy integration of medicine dispensing to MVM (Medicine Vending Machine) module.
  • Auto generates alerts when stock reached to its minimum level.


  • Analyze data and provide site wise analytics.
  • Distribution plotting of diseases and provisional diagnostics
  • Daily/Monthly/Weekly reporting on multiple parameters like demographics, disease distribution, medicine usage etc.
  • AdHoc reporting of up to 3 types of parameter.

Various predetermined report formats are available. MedOnGo will generate custom reports as required. We will also auto-generate reports periodically and mail them to a predetermined list of recipients. In addition, ad-hoc reports are available.

Some of the sample reports that are available are as follows

Daily Patient Report UIFollow-up Patient Report
Daily Patient ReportReferral Report
Disease ReportPrescription Report
Daily ReportTest Report
MPR ReportScreening Report
Cumulative OP ReportTotal Balance Stock Report
Cumulative Data CountInventory Consumption Report
Nutrition ReportAd-Hoc Consult Report UI
Feedback ReportAttendance Report
Audit ReportsBill Report

Continuous care

  • Generate alerts for Follow-up patients for the current dates
  • Automated notification (SMS, Patient app) to patients for follow-up visits, preventive services etc.
  • Automated notification for preventive screening of patients
  • Mechanism to capture details of MCH patient and track, monitor and notify patient data abnormalities, missed testing, follow-ups


  • Comprehensive management of accounts, attendance etc.
  • Interface to enable add remove master data.
  • Easy export and import of data


  • Comprehensive bill generation based on the inventory and consumables used.
  • Billing based on income category.
  • Billing based on cover amount.
  • Printed copy of the bills.