Digital healthcare ecosystem provider MyHealthcare on Tuesday launched MyHealthcare Enterprise Application (MHEA) for hospitals and healthcare institutions. The MyHealthcare Enterprise ecosystem is a single screen hospital platform, with AI-based Electronic Medical records (EMRs) for out patient (OP), in patient (IP), and Emergency Room) ER, according to a release.
The MHEA ecosystem is designed on a configurable workflow engine that enables clinicians and hospital teams to manage patient care and hospital operations, through a task-based healthcare information management system.
Having partnered with global technology leaders such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, the MHEA is offered as a complete managed service to care providers, the release added.
The MHEA ecosystem has been architected to help with digitisation of the clinical, administrative and procurement processes. The MyHealthcare Ecosystem and MHEA together will offer a connected care continuum platform for patient care.
Diwakar Bhowmik, vice president and platform lead, MHEA said “The greatest challenge has been in bringing a product to market that will help hospitals & healthcare institutions in looking at technology solutions as an efficiency driver and not as a cost centre. The combined experience of the team at MyHealthcare Enterprise Application has looked at every pain point faced by hospital operations, nursing, clinical teams, and ensured that we deliver a platform that helps them in improving the way they must do their tasks and deliver patient care.”
MyHealthcare was recently named amongst the Nasscom Emerge Top 50 (2021). Divya Laroyia, co-founder and Chief Product Officer, MyHealthcare said “We have used process automation and AI to bring to users’ relevant information and enable them to complete all tasks from a single screen.”
Commenting on the launch Aneesh Nair, co-founder and CIO said, “Our focus in bringing the MHEA ecosystem to the market has been to ensure we are able to drive value for our healthcare partners. The technology stack we have chosen helps reduce a hospital’s technology operating cost by over 40%.”