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MyHealthcare launches AI enabled enterprise ecosystem

MyHealthcare has announced the launch of its MyHealthcare Enterprise Application (MHEA) for hospitals and healthcare institutions, taking another important step towards the digitisation and digitalisation of healthcare in India. it’ll enable clinicians and hospital teams to manage complete patient care and hospital operations, through a task-based healthcare information management system.

The MHEA ecosystem has been architected to drive operational and process efficiencies across the provider network, help with the entire digitisation of the clinical, administrative and procurement processes. The MyHealthcare Ecosystem and MHEA together will offer a connected care continuum platform, driving the most effective standards in patient care.

“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 better patient care. the single screen experience, with our innovative platforms will pave a new path towards enriched user experience in hospital management,” said, Diwakar Bhowmik, vice chairman and platform lead, MyHealthcare Enterprise Application.

Informing that the platform will deliver better patient outcomes, Divya Laroyia, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, MyHealthcare, said,

“The MHEA ecosystem will help deliver the best-in-class user experience for hospital operations and clinical teams. we’ve used process automation and AI to bring to users’ relevant information and enable them to finish all tasks from a single screen. in comparison to current operating standards, our analysis shows that the MHEA ecosystem will help improve operational efficiencies by an estimated 76 per cent and reduced training time by around 80 per cent.”

The platform is made on an open-source stack, employing a micro-services architecture which helps reduce operating costs for hospitals. The ecosystem also helps hospitals in improving procurement efficiencies through its smart stocking platform and helps improve patient experience significantly, through its discharge process automation.

Commenting on the launch Aneesh Nair, Co-founder and CIO, said “The MHEA expands this to secondary, tertiary and emergency care. 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’ve chosen helps reduce a hospitals technology operating expense by over 40 per cent and delivers the best-in-class data security.”

The MHEA ecosystem comes integrated across a large network of TPA and health insurance companies. The easy-to-use workflow configurator allows hospitals to configure their operating and clinical workflows, without any need for coding and development effort. ArdorComm Media

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