AlexiaHtC is a new and affordable iEHR, Internet electronic health record, for healthcare facilities. The name of the software is AlexiaHtC. HTC stands for healthcare traffic control. Alexia is the name of a tenth grader who is a votary at the shrine of the Virgin Mary; she has a childhood dream to become a pediatric neurosurgeon; she commiserates with the plight of the modern-day physician, so she had prayed to the Mother of God for an Internet electronic health record, a web application for healthcare.
In fact, AlexiaHtc is the brain child of the US healthcare reform of 2010, which resulted in the passing of The Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act.For ease of deployment, the web application is divided into two levels: level 1 or ordinary level and level 2 or advanced level. Essentially, level 1 consists of practice-management activities, incorporating medical billing; level 2 or advanced level integrates practice-management activities with an intelligent and smart electronic health record workflow.
Philosophically, AlexiaHtC is a deliberate solution to the limitations of desktop programs. Scientifically, our method of doing healthcare business is antithetical to the desktop programming paradigm. Artistically, our culture of innovation is discordant with the ethos of desktop technology. For this reason, we do not plan to work on a desktop version of AlexiaHtC.