For hospitals and healthcare organizations, MyHealthcare Ecosystem has introduced MyHealthcare Enterprise Application (MHEA). MyHealthcare Enterprise is a single-screen hospital platform that includes powerful artificial intelligence (AI)-based EMRs for OP, IP, and ER. Through a task-based healthcare information management system, the MHEA ecosystem enables physicians and hospital teams to manage entire patient care and hospital operations.
Diwakar Bhowmik, vice president and platform lead, MyHealthcare Enterprise Application, said, “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.”
The MHEA ecosystem is designed to improve operational and process efficiencies across the provider network, as well as complete the digitization of clinical, administrative, and procurement procedures. The MyHealthcare Ecosystem and MHEA will collaborate to provide a linked care continuum platform that will drive the highest standards in patient care.
The platform is created on an open-source stack with micro-services architecture, enabling hospitals to minimize operating costs. The ecosystem also assists hospitals in boosting procurement efficiencies through its smart stocking platform and dramatically improves patient experience 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 have chosen helps reduce a hospital’s technology operating cost by over 49 percent and delivers the best-in-class data security.”