Healthcare

Integrated Health Information Platform

An Integrated Health Information Platform (IHIP) is being arranged by the Ministry of Health and Family. The essential target of IHIP is to empower the making of measures consistent Electronic Health Records (EHRs) of the citizens on a pan-India basis along with the combination and interoperability of the EHRs through a far reaching Health Information Exchange (HIE) as a component of this unified available stage. IHIP is conceived to empower better progression of care, secure and classified wellbeing information/records the board, better finding of illnesses, decrease in patient revisits and even prevention of restorative mistakes, better reasonableness, ideal data trade to help better wellbeing result, better decision supportive network, and consequently, it is encouraging improvement in the changes of treatment and care of general wellbeing at National-Level.

Cloud solutions

The triple aim of healthcare is to reduce cost, improve outcomes and deliver better patient experience. These goals are largely dependent on the availability of healthcare data and the ability to analyse it. According to analysts, the volume of healthcare data which was at 153 exabyte in 2013 is projected to swell to 2,314 exabyte by 2020. These technologies have the potential to accelerate initiatives such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACO’s), Patient Centric Medical Homes (PCMH), telemedicine and bundled payments. These, in turn, can bend down cost curves, improve outcomes and deliver exceptional patient experience.

Adopting a cloud-first approach has become a necessity for the journey towards differentiation and better business outcomes for payers and providers alike.

Event Reporting System

ERS is a tracking system which is designed for the keep maintain all records of the different categories stockholders like Patient, Security, Housing and Safety a of events and different event type under each category. The system has a generalized architecture and it is metadata driven to accommodate changes in the state of the data.