Saksoft Limited (NSE: SAKSOFT) (BSE: 590051), a leading digital transformation company, today announced that its US Subsidiary (Saksoft Inc.) has completed the acquisition of California based startup Faichi Solutions LLC (http://www.faichi.com ).
Effective implementation of a Pophealth Management Program (PHM) requires diverse systems that aid in seamless functioning. For example, an effective analytical platform for service providers helps in diagnosing high-risk patients and deploying preventive care. Adoption rate of best healthcare practices should be high for effective Population Health Management. Dynamic healthcare organizations are able to implement this change with ease.
In the first 4 years of operations, we had worked with a Population health product which was pivoted from a Wellness product, a Patient Management product, and a Health Management platform. In the last 18 months, we have worked/ working on two TeleHealth products, another Population health, a Behavioral Health, and two Health Management products.
The client aimed to build a secure mobile platform that provides consumers with the necessary tools for aggregating, organizing and sharing their medical health records.
- Securely store and transfer individual's wellness and medical data
- Enable individual's to take control of their health records
- Built a framework for downloading data from the Electronic Medical Records using FHIR
- and more
Faichi Solutions built a platform to address the shortage of primary care physicians and reduced the waiting time for patients.
This is where applying blockchain technology to clinical data sharing comes into the picture - FHIRChain!
Dentists and Orthodontists to use telemedicine to expand their reach and treat underserved populations
The American Teledentistry Association (ATDA), launched in May, is “an effort to shape the conversation around the practice of teledentistry as a tool to increase access to care for millions of Americans through the use of innovative technological advancements,” the organization announced in its press release.
Apple has followed up on its launch of Apple Health Records at 39 health systems with the announcement today of a Health Records API, which will allow developers to create apps that can, with permission, use data from patients’ electronic health records to help people manage care, medications, nutrition, and more.
May might be the month for flowers but hospitals and other healthcare organizations have hardly slowed down to smell them if EHR implementations and interoperability work are any indication.
Instead, it’s been another busy one, not altogether unlike April before it.
Matthew Holt is co-chair of Health 2.0. At the Dev4Health conference in Cleveland on Monday andTuesday, he and Health 2.0 cofounder Indu Subaiya presented their assessment of the drivers of the new interoperability in healthcare. This is a summary of some of their remarks, and Holt's other observations from the conference.