Significant growth in adoption of EMR by women doctors in 2022: HealthPlix

Data shows EMR acts as a robust decision support tool for women doctors

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New Delhi: HealthPlix Technologies, India’s leading AI-powered EMR platform, has released a report on the EMR landscape in India, highlighting the significant growth and adoption of EMR across specialties, and cities by female doctors. 
In 2022, the top 10 densely populated cities where the software has been widely adopted are Delhi, Lucknow, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Nagpur, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Chennai. This signifies the current focus of doctors in improving the quality of healthcare by capturing structured information, automating, and streamlining their workflows via an EMR.
As per NITI Aayog Health Index, Manipur stands in 26th position with inadequate healthcare amenities. However, breaking all cultural barriers, a female diabetologist in Imphal, the capital of Manipur was able to conduct 50K+ patients visit after joining the HealthPlix platform in just 15 months. This further proves the fact that the platform has now become the most trustworthy and desired medium among women doctors in India.
Such success stories of women doctors show the reliability and the ability of AI-powered EMR software in providing quality care to patients in remote areas.
EMR acts as a robust decision support tool for doctors for the accuracy of diagnosis and treatment. In India, the top five specialties growth rate of women doctors who have been using EMR software are endocrinologists 300%, gynaecologists 178%, general physicians 298%, dermatologists 126% and consulting physicians 200%.
HealthPlix currently empowers 10K+ doctors to drive better health outcomes for their patients by providing clinical decision support at the point of care. More than 22 million patients have been treated using the HealthPlix EMR platform by doctors practicing across 16 specialties. HealthPlix doctor base and network spans across 370+ cities in India making it the trusted EMR platform for doctors in the country.