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Healthcare Providers

You've made huge investments: EHRs, radiological- and other image archives and other data basing solutions both on- and off-premises.

These were meant to streamline the workflow for your physicians and increase productivity.

The opposite has occurred: 30% of your physicians' time is absorbed by these systems, either entering data or fetching it. This 30% chunk cannot reasonably be minimized with superior loading speeds, or any other quantifiable ICT metric.

Your physicians are increasingly calling out for extra time between patients to familiarize themselves with the patient's data prior to an appointment. 

In the past 10 years, completely new jobs have emerged, to fulfill a demand we all kind of knew was there all along: Medical scribes, and surgical/clinical navigators.

The ON

The Onesys Navigator helps the navigator (or scribe) organize the data already stored in the EHR, databases and archives and allows them to journalize the clinical decision-making process. Furthermore these decisions can then be connected with the appropriate data such as a specific image in a series, or other visualization of data (from biometrics to biomarkers).

In one word, we call the above process "Pertinentification", or "The act of finding and recording the pertinent information contained in a larger collection of information".

Medically-relevant information can then be accessed again even years later by any person assigned to the patient case, giving immediate understanding of health history going back decades.

It is our experience that pertinentification can reduce word count by as much as 80% to 90% while retaining all medically-relevant information. When measured in terms of Megabytes, the savings can be truly immense. In today's world dominated by SaaS and Cloud, this amounts to measurable savings.

Furthermore, this collection of information (now organized into easy-to-use workspaces) forms the first universal user experience:

"See that image from May 5" is quite a realistic way to indicate image #12 in a series of 100 or more, for example, and translates across any specialties.

The Onesys Navigator was built to solve the issue of interoperability. The program is integratable into your existing HIS on a first-party basis, meaning that it seamlessly fits into your existing workflows and systems, necessitating no new purchases of devices nor an active internet connection.

The ON may also serve as a foundation for new functionalities: New types of media (such as graphical representation of volumetric measurement of tumor growth) can be open inside of the program. This can prove of great utility when you're considering adding new functionalities or future-proofing of your systems.


The Onesys Medical Card is a novel method of data transfer between HCPs and institutions: Data is written onto the card itself with the latest standards of cyber security in mind: Apart from the reading software and a reading device, no other software or connection is necessary.

The data is always where it needs to be.

The card's chip is secured with AES-256 encryption, an 8-bit PIN with maximum of 5 attempts, and no super-admin privileges: A stolen card can be deactivated at short notice. The card can also be equipped with a QR-code for integration with any smartphone apps you might have available.

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