Trivandrum: Inforich Technology Solutions, a city based IT company, has launched its Hospital Management System ‘Prescript’ in the market. A three year old firm, Inforich has been closely working on making an innovative healthcare platform which can bridge the gap in the healthcare setup.
Launching the product, Kishore George, MD of Aishwarya Granites, said the team Inforich is passionate of developing and solving a real problem in the healthcare industry.
According to Nishant Nambiar, Director of Inforich Technology, the platform has been acknowledged as robust and reliable by lot of CTOs. “The first sets of happy customers are based in Kerala, Maldives and Qatar where the solution have been functioning for more than a year without a single support call.”
The solution can be ported on any cloud services in the market and it’s been already tested on Microsoft Azure. With the user experience created to simplify the learning curve for Doctors and Nurses who usually get perplexed using the traditional software and it eliminates typing data to minimum as they use International standards for clinical pathway.
Vinod, Technical Head, Inforich said, “The solution is an amazingly new concept of modular architecture and eliminates the pain-points for interoperability in the healthcare IT setup. The system has already been connected with industry major OEMs from Japan and Europe. This integration partnership affirms our commitment to bring in a quality product which is the need of the hour.”
“We have been working on this concept of building a vendor neutral solution for the healthcare market since the last three years and we are proud to make it up on our third anniversary. We are proud to have worked on this product from India and looking forward to make it even more interesting to solve the pain-points in the healthcare industry”, added Nishant.
Inforich has already signed off partnerships in multiple regions outside the country like Malaysia, Maldives, Philippines, Dubai and Saudi Arabia. These partners will help the product to scale up with local support.
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