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A workflow based ICT Solution for Medical College & Hospital. e-Hospital@NIC is a generic application, which addresses all the major functional areas of a hospital.

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A workflow based Application Software for Hospitals which deals with complete treatment cycle of OPD/IPD patients and integrates various functions in the areas of-clinical, administrative, and finance. It is a patient-centric system rather than a series of add-ons to a financial system. e-Hospital@NIC solution helps small to large size hospitals to streamline patient care, hospital administration, ancillary services and clinical support activities. e-Hospital@NIC-consists of more than 20 core modules, includes OPD Patient Registration, IPD Patient Registration, Ward, ICU And Cabin Management, OPD Clinic Prescription, Pharmacy, OT Management System, Cash Counter, Radiology System, Pathology, Blood Bank Management System, Hospital Staff Scheduling, Store and Inventory, Dietary Module, Laundry Management, Birth, Death and Hospital Record, Student Management System, Payroll and Personal Information System, Administrative Module. Each module can be implemented individually or be combined to form an integrated system to suit any of the hospital's needs. e-Hospital@NIC solution is fully web enabled and is made available on open source tools as well as Microsoft Technologies.



Contact Details


Shri C. K. Dhar Informatics Officer,

NIC-Tripura State Centre 2nd Floor,

Treasury Bldg. Office Lane,





0381-232-4053(on demand)


[ ] Internationalized

[ ] Unit tests

[X] End-user documentation

[ ] Internal documentation (documentation, interfaces, etc.)

[ ] Existed and maintained for at least 6 months

[ ] Installs and uninstalls cleanly

[ ] Code structure follows best practice

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