Hospitals in the developed world rely on increasingly advanced technology, which is helping practitioners to treat a wide range of maladies and extend our lives. Of course, technology is often a double-bladed sword.

Hospitals are complex environments. Medical outcomes often depend on the interaction between different departments such as wards, accident & emergency and the operating theater. All too often, manual activity and time-consuming communication is required to coordinate a patient’s care across these organizational boundaries, with the result that peaks and troughs occur in the daily schedule.

We are planning to hospitals and logistics online, scheduling appointments smartly in order to make the most effective use of capacity and resources. It enables patients to book their own appointments online with respective doctor as per his/her problem/disease and shows practitioners their schedules.

E-Prescription technology has been overwhelmingly embraced by the United States.
The US healthcare system alone could save $8bn a year by using big data to make better use of resources...

The global healthcare industry is undergoing a change with focus firmly on improving the quality of care delivered with short period of time. There is an increased focus on an integrated healthcare with collaboration between various stakeholders.

The important points to driving healthcare are:

  • Make the system online.
  • Connect everyone to each other.
  • Meaningful use of existing mandates
  • Improving clinical outcomes.
  • Modernization of legacy systems
  • Increased focus on the customer satisfaction.
  • Increasing operational efficiency.
  • Integrated care management.
  • Bending the cost curve of healthcare.