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abrenian.com Online Tools for Education and Health Care

abrenian.com is dreaming big to extend our services to Abrenians all over the world. Aside from our current news service, we are in the thick of developing online tools in the fields of Education and Health Care.

For Education, We are in the development stage of creating a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). This system will be use as a tool for creating online dynamic web sites for Schools and it’s teachers and students.

For Health Care, there will be an online Electronic Health Record to be used by healthcare providers in the Philippines. This system will provide medical professionals effective patient data storage for easy retrieval and make relevant medical decision for their patients.

We are hoping that these online tools will be offered for FREE to the public.

We are very excited with this new undertaking and we hope to launch these tools soon.

Thanks!
SysOp

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10 thoughts on “abrenian.com Online Tools for Education and Health Care

  1. Online Electronic Health Record in the delivery of Health Care in the Philippines (Abra).
    created by Engr. Erc Bringas.

    In the year 2005, I (Dr. Leo) was invited by nephew Takit Bersamin (ordinary citizen… not yet Governor at the time) for several days vacation in Bangued and had conversation with the late Congressman Luis ‘ Chito’ Bersamin (few months before his untimely death from assasins bullet). In the conversation, among others, I mentioned to him my idea delivering healthcare in tthe rugged terrain of abra by the use of ‘Triage Medical Clnics’TO BE CONTINUD:

    Posted by Leo Tuason, MD. | June 26, 2012, 1:00 pm
  2. PLS. MAKE CORRECTIONS ON PREVIOUS COMMENT:
    MY IDEA OF DELIVERING HEALTH CARE

    TO BE CONTINUED.

    Posted by Leo Tuason, MD. | June 26, 2012, 1:12 pm
  3. Continuation:

    The concept of ‘Triage Medical Clinic’ as I outlined to the Cong. ‘Chito’
    was conceived long before I accidentally came across by browsing the Abrenian.com an article written by Engr. Eric Bringas called…’The Delivery of Medical Care as applied in the Philippines’. The combination of Leo’s “Triage Medical Cinic” and Eric’s” CHIT” would be applicable to the rugged/inaccesible terrain of Abra. The Idea of the SYSTEM espoused by Engr. Eric (using his CHIT …meaning Computer Delivery)and Dr.Tuason using the TMC) consists of Triage Medical Cinic(TMC) constructed in strategic locations in the mountainous ranges of Abra assisted by Electonic Transmission of medical information using computer (receiver/ transmitter) in each of the TMC, transmits the ‘info’ to the Data Processing located in the ABRA MEDICAL MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER (in Bangued) for final treatment and disposition.

    To be continued:…How The System Works.

    Posted by Leo Tuason, MD. | June 27, 2012, 9:19 am
  4. Dr. Leo,

    I have reach out to the folks who had developed CHITS and waiting for their response. In any case, I am in the process of looking into the code base and see how I can expand it further. Specifically CHITS ability to do HIE (Health Information Exchange) i.e. Interfacing with other systems like Labs, radiology, Hospitals and other Health Institutions.

    thanks
    SysOp

    Posted by SysOp | June 28, 2012, 10:35 pm
  5. Sir Eric and Dr. Leo, I am very much interested with this program but If you don’t mind, can you elaborate the meaning of CHITS and how will these(CHITS & TMC) operate esp in areas where Electricity is not yet available like some upland Municipalities in Abra.Thank you

    Posted by maladaga | June 30, 2012, 2:43 am
    • MALADA:
      The topic of CHIT will be discussed by Engr. Bringas, and TMC is the area of my expertice. After Eric, I’ll discuss my part. In the meantime, The ‘MAP OF ABRA’
      and the ‘PLACEMENT of Medical Clinics’ in strategic locations in the entire rugged/inacessible mountain ranges of the province will help you understand the entire concept. These ‘Map and Placement’ will be posted in this Website by SYSOP.

      To be continued:…

      Posted by Leo Tuason, MD. | June 30, 2012, 12:27 pm
    • Maladaga,

      CHIT is Community Health Information Tracking System. It’s an Electronic Medical Record System that was developed for use specially for Rural Health Clinic. This system records patient’s Immunization, medicines, doctor”s diagnosis, etc. TMC is Triange Medical Clinic (right Dr. Leo?). for more info about CHIT you can access their website http://www.chits.ph/web/

      On the question about electricity, the system can be access using a smartphone because it’s a web application. All you need is a browser and Internet Connection. We are also thinking of creating an APP for Android and Iphone for easy access.

      thanks
      SysOp

      Posted by SysOp | July 1, 2012, 10:39 pm
  6. Thank you very much for the information mr. Editor and Dr. Leo, the Topic is really very interesting because it could help the people in the upland municipalities a lot. I hope to be learning more from you and about these topics. More power to both of you.

    Posted by maladaga | July 3, 2012, 6:27 am
  7. SYSOP:

    May I include this topic in the On Line EDUCATION PROGRAM of the Abenian.com Website…

    The topic is entitled… “LUDONG, The Fish “ICON” Of ABRA.

    Your approval is necessary before I proceed with the ARTICLE.

    Posted by Leo Tuason, MD. | July 30, 2012, 8:29 am
  8. Doc

    there’s a feature story “Special Report: Conserving the President’s Fish” where you can post the topic.

    thanks

    Posted by SysOp | August 1, 2012, 12:07 am

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