Why cloud-based SaaS is the future of Health care?

Why cloud-based SaaS is the future of Health care?

Cloud-based solution vs On-premise solution for healthcare IT – Which is the best choice for Hospital? Most healthcare providers in India, US, UK, and other parts of the world truly embrace the benefits of cloud-based  IT systems. Earlier many healthcare organization use a traditional system which needs to be installed on hospital premise but now it is no longer obvious, now the number of healthcare providers opting for SaaS-based solution is increasing at a rapid rate.  Recently one research report has shown, the global market for cloud technologies in the healthcare industry is USD 25.54 billion in 2020  and expected
Top reasons why you should Implement cloud-based integrated Hospital Information Management System

Top reasons why you should Implement cloud-based integrated Hospital Information Management System

The aim of this article is to provide a practical reference to help the hospital  IT  department and decision-makers of the healthcare industry. They can analyze and consider the implications of cloud-based solutions for their organizations. This article includes guidance and strategies designed to help decision-makers, who may be new to cloud computing, evaluate and compare cloud services offered by Health Tech Companies,  taking into account different requirements of Hospital IT department, hospital staff, hospital management, and various stakeholders of Hospital. Reduce Operational Cost Cloud-based systems will reduce the cost of operations as all the departments are pre-integrated, all the
KareXpert brings ‘NDHM integration-ready, Cloud-based Digital Healthcare Platform with built-in EMR/EHR’ creating paperless Hospital

KareXpert brings ‘NDHM integration-ready, Cloud-based Digital Healthcare Platform with built-in EMR/EHR’ creating paperless Hospital

In today’s time, most hospitals in India are still using paper-based medical records and use verbal procedures to communicate among doctors and nurses for patient treatment. This has very serious implications such as lack of transparency, lack of accountability, error-prone treatment, non-integrated patient health records, difficult to understand the past history, poor collaboration within a team of doctors, a higher threat to infection, and not being ready to use Artificial Intelligence (AI/ML) technologies.
KareXpert join hands with the Government of Uttarakhand to provide Advanced Telemedicine service

KareXpert join hands with the Government of Uttarakhand to provide Advanced Telemedicine service

Gurgaon, Haryana; 13 February 2020– KareXpert Technologies, a leading digital healthcare platform provider successfully implemented the Telemedicine solution in Uttarakhand in the Himalaya region. An initiative of the Government of Uttarakhand, the Telemedicine services were rolled out at two most challenging rural locations near Himalaya – Betalghat, and Kapkot. KareXpert Technologies signed 5 years MoU with Nainital district administration on 6 November 2019 to connect 45,000 rural population of Betalghat and Kapkot primary health centers to Multispeciality hospitals. Shri Trivender Singh Rawat, Honourable Chief Minister of Uttarakhand while inaugurating the project, highlighted the importance of Telemedicine/ E-Health in rural areas.
Advance Telemedicine Digital Platform LIVE in Paras Hospitals Pan-India

Advance Telemedicine Digital Platform LIVE in Paras Hospitals Pan-India

Gurugram: KareXpert Technologies, a Reliance Jio funded digital telemedicine platform provider makes services live in Paras Hospitals (Gurgaon, Darbhanga, Patna, Chandigarh, Mohali). One of the leading & top hospital chains on the Pan India basis, Paras Hospitals are known for its top-class treatment of cancer, cardiac, neuro, ortho, etc.
What is Nipah Virus ?

What is Nipah Virus ?

Nipah virus was initially discovered when it caused an outbreak of brain fever among pig farmers in Malaysia. Q : Should I be worried ? A : A little. As it is transmitted from person to person and there is no effective antiviral therapy for this infection . Q : Who is at high risk ? How is it transmitted ? People working with pigs and consuming pigs.Farmers who come in contact with bats.Consuming Fruits which are already bitten by bat.Contact with people who already have Nipah virus infection.