Swizcom enters Kerala market with MediSwiz Hospital Management System


Kozhikode: Swizcom Consultancy Services India, an IT services company based in Bangalore, has announced the implementation and deployment of the MediSwiz ™ Hospital Management System at the Al Noor Hospital in Kozhikode, Kerala which was recently inaugurated by Chief Minister Shri Oommen Chandy. The new medical facility marks the Middle-East based group`s diversification into the Indian medical care segment and also the introduction of MediSwiz in Kerala.

Designed and developed by Swizcom, in conjunction with research advancements and database systems from WHO (World Health Organization) and other accredited international bodies, MediSwiz seamlessly merges business intelligence, efficient administration and patient management, resulting in better service, patient approval ratings and resource utilization. This platform is only one of many application packages designed and deployed by Swizcom.

In a release, Jainul Abid, Director, Swizcom said, “We designed the MediSwiz platform keeping in mind patient friendly hospitals like Al Noor. In the ever-expanding world of medicine, hospitals need to keep abreast of the latest developments in technology and infrastructure, which would promote their facilities and ensure complete patient satisfaction. MediSwiz incorporates all necessary aspects of hospital management such as admissions, asset management, stocks and inventories, patient and medicine management, administration and payrolls, reporting, and a host of other services.”

Swizcom was set up in the year 2007 as a software consulting firm aiming at providing scientific functional consulting to the enterprise market. Over the years the consulting activity and intellectual IT platforms paved way to sector specific products that suits various enterprise market requirements. The software firm is currently into diversification and development of offerings, which hold a lot of promise to the burgeoning medical and educational sector.

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