Further Context on the Onesys Navigator (ON):

The Onesys Navigator (ON) is the world's only EMR-integratable, vendor-neutral, first-party integrated medical information navigation system.

What is described here constitutes a patented method and technology invented, developed and solely owned by Onesys Medical.

The ON serves also as a basis for a mobile native variant of this technology called the Onesys Mobile Navigator (OMN).

Onesys Medical reserves all rights to this technology.

What does this mean, though?

The ON application is executed from the EMR: A simple button or dialogue option will launch the ON software onto a new window.

This window is what we call "the Virtual Workspace" - it is a space for the medical professional to work in.

This workspace in turn allows the physician to "navigate" to data connected to the ON: The EMR, PACS/DICOM as well as any other HIS-integrated software system or data archive, IoT device or even consumer-generated data buckets are all treated as repositories to pull pertinent information from.

The ON, it must be noted, is not an integrator Our software does not "integrate" anything, to anywhere. Our software is integrated into the medical systems ecosystem.


What's the difference between an integrator and a navigator?

An integrator's mission is achieved, when information from two or more data lakes is pooled into a single searchable or otherwise interactive data lake. Think: CDA 3.0 medical records from 2 or more EMRs accessed through Kanta, for example.

Integration is a ICT term referring to a state, whereby two or more systems are connected through a common method and to a common place.

Another example of this is, when a dashboard automatically sources data from two or more systems into a common data output reading.


A navigator's mission is achieved, when a professional is able to, using the navigator, find specific information in two or more navigable systems.

Think: Finding that one image which is diagnostically relevant.
Or, the two or three lines of text from a larger electronic medical record.

The success of an integrator is demonstrated through ICT efforts, while the success of a navigator s demonstrated by meaningful medical use.

Without integration, there is no navigation.

Without navigation, there is no point.

The problems of the modern digitalized medical information ecosystem is not that there is not enough data, but that data is hard to use.

Are you a/n

Medical technology company with an innovative product?

Consumer-grade technology company with a wellness application?

OEM looking to develop the medical use-case of your device(s)?

EMR vendor looking to increase the value-add of your solutions?

Other interested party?

We believe that upon seeing the Onesys Navigator in-use with medical data and integrated to an EMR, you will be immediately convinced that you have never seen anything quite like it.

ON Promises:

Medium-scale enterprise (500-2000 physicians) ON+EMR onboarding within 2-3 business days.

Learning new workflow takes at most 5 minutes for a doctor or nurse.

The ability to access, via the ON, any desired HIS-connected system including EMR and the PACS/DICOM image archive(s).

To return some of the lost functionalities to physicians that were stripped away as modern medical records were first digitized.

An intuitive, minimalist, fun-to-use User Experience.

The ability to retroactively "pertinentify" old EMR documentation into easy-to-use ON Files.

To cut down on existing data-entry work by 30%, 50% and 80% at first, second, and third degrees of separation.*

*In this case, a physician enters first the relevant diagnostic findings into the ON Workspace, and referring to them generates Medical Records (CDA 3.0). This cuts down on administrative reading (time) and duplicate data-entry (data).


At the second degree of separation, another physician doesn't have to read through the EMR documents, but refers to - and accesses - the ON Workspace.


At the third degree of separation, a third physician again refers to the ON Workspace, generates new insight therein, and once again avoids the need to read the same data in its full structured format.


This calculation does not take into account time-saving regarding access to contextually relevant images, which is itself a notable achievement.