Smart Hospital Solutions
Not every healthcare facility is ready for digitization and even those that are ready might find it difficult to access the initial funding for project execution. It is for this reason that we have developed a funding model to allow healthcare providers to structure their payment plan which allows them to enjoy full benefits of the technology without incurring a huge upfront cost. We recommend an electronic records’ management module as a start for every hospital, regardless of the location.
Digitizing the healthcare sector
Although developing countries have started adopting the use of technology to improve their healthcare systems, the improvement has not come without challenges, moreover in the public sectors of developing countries. The healthcare sector remains one of the essential sectors and proper planning is required to proactively prepare for the future.
The combination of population growth and demographic changes will accelerate the challenges faced with the delivery of healthcare services.
One of the main challenges affecting the health system in developing countries is the availability of basic infrastructure such as insufficient hospitals and basic information communication technologies. While it is essential to focus on basic infrastructure such as building new hospitals, the healthcare sector in developing countries can also benefit by gradually adopting the use of technology to improve service delivery and reduce their operational costs.
Healthcare solutions' benefits
Wearable Healthcare Technology
Wearable technology in healthcare includes electronic devices that anyone, including healthy people can wear to collect the data and monitor their personal health. We continue to conduct research, but the current devices are able to monitor blood pressure, heart rate, temperature, respiratory rate and fitness level.
Hospital Information Management System
We offer a comprehensive and integrated information management system designed to manage all aspects of the hospital operations from the reception to the back-office. The modules of the Information Management System include, registration management, appointment and queue management, electronic records management, bed census management, ambulance services management, pharmacy management, In-patient Admission Discharge Transfer (ADT) management and others.