Amrita Personal Health Record

Amrita Technologies, based in Kerala, India and California, US has developed the Amrita Personal Health Record system in compliance with the Blue Button and the Health Level 7 (HL7) international standards. Amrita Technologies created one of the first fully integrated, completely web and cloud based Hospital Information Systems in India in 2002. Amrita HIS is certified through Meaningful Use 2, CCHIT, ARRA and Surescripts – one of only 4 vendors in 2011 to obtain the coveted CCHIT. Amrita HIS is deployed in over 30 major hospitals across India and the United States. APHR is an individual's personal health record maintained over his/her lifetime.A comprehensive health record, the APHR will maintain all medications, surgeries, case notes, OP and IP visits, lab results, radiology images, etc for a lifetime. Patients will be able to access their records anytime, anywhere, especially in emergencies.

  • Amrita PHR was launched in production at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, India in early 2016.
  • It has been an amazing success with many outpatient OP and IP patients immediately opting to get a PHR and have instant access to their EMR
  • Patients find great convenience in holding all their medical records in one place.
  • Doctors find it easy and hassle free to retrieve information, often life saving, from digital folders in the APHR
  • Emergency crews and paramedics discover ease in patient management as emergency information is readable without password login.
  • Patients find the Share feature comforting as they can seek second opinions on their cases.
  • A USB Card with full hospital portal integration allows for maintaining records updated all the time
  • Cloud based service to store all records safely and access records from anywhere
  • Hi-availability secure portal assures robust updating at will
  • Share records with trusted people
  • And all of this built with the latest Most secure Healthcare IT standards

  • Rich Feature set


    Works in both Standalone and Tethered mode. In standalone mode patient can refer to historical records already saved on the device. Tethered to the hospital, via the hospital Portal, the device can communicate with the hospital's EHR files. The absence of tethered integration to the hospital's integrated EHR system leads to the detrimental fragmentation of scattered patient data thus impeding optimum care. Patients with chronic illnesses will be able to track their diseases in conjunction with their providers, promoting early interventions when they encounter a deviation. As communication barriers are responsible for many adverse drug events in an ambulatory (outpatient OP) setting, Improved communication features with the hospital portal makes it easy for patients and caregivers to ask questions, schedule appointments, to request refills, referrals, and to report problems.