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At the core of the Onesys Navigator is the realization that medical information systems by their nature are a source for truth. Medical records once generated must be accurate and immutable. At the same time, they are contextual, written by a medical professional at the point of care.

This inherent contradiction between functional, practical recording by clinicians and the need for interoperability are solved typically with integration platforms or medical record standards. Almost by definition this makes the work of doctors harder, as information they generate is not easily usable by them.

Are you aware of an EMR that has gotten easier to use over the years?

Here's how Onesys Navigator solves that contradiction in a new and novel way:

First, you navigate to the medical records or media (hence, Onesys "Navigator");

Second, you link or point to information contained in said documents, or to a specific image ("B", below).

Finally, having found and codified the pertinent information into an ON Workspace you save it as a file .("A", below)

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To our knowledge the Onesys Navigator (or OneSys) is the first and only so-called first-party EHR-integrated application. The methods have been patented or are patent pending. All rights thereof are solely owned by Onesys.

To-date the ON has been integrated to six EHR and RIS in Finland, with a typical integration of 2 EHRs and 1 RIS taking 2 business days.

Licensing is done per user and is forked between 150 and 2000 euros, all-inclusive. A user is defined as a person with access and edit content in the ON, and may be but is not limited to professionals such as clinicians, surgeons, radiologists, nurses, or patient navigators. Licenses are sold at 2 to 10 year contract cycles, grandfathering clauses are also on offer.

The core functionalities and capability of the ON are also available via SDKs or other source code deliverables for those parties who would be interested in developing their own offering or solutions based upon our intellectual property, such as hospitals, in-house or co-owned companies, public institutions such as social insurance institutions and universities, EHR vendors, or medical equipment manufacturers. Licensing fees thereof consist of sign-on fees, milestones, and revenue share in line with industry standard practice.

We employ similar methods across our product portfolio, such as for surgical navigation visualization, contextual clinical documentation, PACS integration and more.

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