You build a sustainable healthcare system. We ensure Digital Wellness.
Why a sustainable healthcare system is the need of the hour?
Healthcare industry is growing at a rate that by 2020. Growth in average annual healthcare spending by 2018 is expected to increase by 2.4% in Western Europe, 4.9% in North America, 8.1% in Asia & Australia to 8.7% in Middle East & Africa. While developed markets remain the major spenders in healthcare industry, developing markets are forecasted to increase their shares from 23% in 2014 to 32% in 2020. By 2018 the geriatric population will increase over to 580 million which would account for 10% of the global population. With so much at stake the healthcare industry is undergoing radical transformation solely driven by a fundamental shift in expectations of patients, governments, employers, healthcare providers and insurers.
Globally there is a massive change in focus of the for healthcare delivery organizations wherein the services they have earlier offered as funding and payment models have evolved and the current focus is shifted on patient wellness and outcomes. Organizations are adopting technology and an overall patient-centric care model to generate better business and wellness management besides enabling cost containment. ISYX helps healthcare industries to address the challenges by improving agility, performance and scalability of your healthcare enterprise. This we do by modernizing your infrastructure, optimizing operations and streamlining processes for greater efficiency and reduced costs.
Social media interaction between patients & healthcare organizations have let them regularly monitor and gauge their requirements so that they are directed to appropriate product and services.
Aggregation of health data into personal-level, province level, hospital level, city level and national level would lead the government to identify best practices and cost-effective treatments.
Advanced analytics can let communities gather information about better understanding of treatments allowing real-time tailoring of pharmaceutical services. Also a detailed demographic health profile can let government and companies to track hospital information system.
Healthcare has lagged behind other industries when it came to treating customer as their priority. However, with recognition slowly dawning on the healthcare industry, it has realized that the challenge lies in the ability of putting customers at the centre of everything rather than following a paternalistic approach. This approach should seal the deal between patient, providers and payers. The industry’s challenges and priorities are driving healthcare systems to forge innovative solutions to manage the increasing expenses and complex social burdens that the geriatric population and increasing health issues bring. There is a massive transformation in the healthcare infrastructure in both developed and emerging economies where it is required to address the steady rise in both healthcare demand and costs. Countries such as China, India, the Middle East and Latin America are redeveloping state-of-the-art hospitals and medical centers custom-made to address these challenges. What is the imperative base to this transformation? It is the digital infrastructure that enables information sharing among healthcare providers, payers and patients. Automation of hospital administrative processes such as patient registration, admission, and discharge is widespread. However, fully digital hospitals with advanced hospital information systems interconnected by a robust and reliable infrastructure are very few. We have focused on accountability, affordability and quality outcomes that have led to structural changes in the healthcare industry. We help you engineer your models so that you can secure your position in the integrated healthcare ecosystem.
Managing complexity: the Digital Hospital Framework
Digital hospitals are complex ecosystems but if properly integrated, these processes can seamlessly unite patients, clinicians, staff and assets, and provide a gamut of information throughout the hospital at the right time to the point of care. Essential to this integration are the ICT that interconnects all aspects of care delivery and administration. In addition to digital medical devices and continuously available high-speed networking infrastructure, hospitals must re-engineer business processes to create paperless automated workflows. We ensure the computerized entry of electronic medical records and access to medical imaging integrated in the system seamlessly.
We also plan the decomposition, redesign and planning of clinical and business processes that must start early in the cycle, even before the specification and selection of technology. Whether planning the development of new intensive care and ambulatory facilities or modernizing aging technology infrastructure of existing hospitals, our skilled healthcare executives help in understanding the interaction within an enterprise. With their skilled expertise they coordinate different facilities across diverse care settings in an assembled health system. Digital hospitals have to be retrofitted with the latest digital information technology because not only do they provide faster and safer throughput of patients but they create more capacity through process efficiencies, while containing costs as well.
Improved patient outcomes, as measured by reduced length of hospital stay, readmission rates and other key metrics
Safer, healthier, green environments and medical workplaces that help attract world-class medical talent