Today's healthcare providers face similar issues all across the world. By developing specialised software solutions that harness modern healthcare procedures, we help clients handle these difficulties and prevent risks at Xpand IT Consulting.
How can we help
We help healthcare providers and healthtech companies create new solutions that improve facility management, patient outcomes, and process efficiency. Our team of professionals can assist you with designing, developing, and maintaining software that improves reaction times, improves data management accuracy, and guarantees that all data is safely kept. You can benefit from a patient-centered and personalization-driven approach where providing value to patients is a major priority thanks to technological developments in the healthcare sector. Xpand IT Consulting is in a position to supply healthcare organisations with medical solutions and management systems that provide the greatest treatment to patients, thanks to our expertise earned in the IT sector for more than two decades.
These technologies are changing the healthcare sector today
Medical practice management software (MPMS)
A vital part of today's medical practises all across the world. We create software that makes your clinical workflow more efficient and your personnel more productive. Patient information such as reasons for clinical visits, medical coverage data, medicine prescribed, and medical history can all be stored and tracked using an MPMS solution.
Electronic Health Records software
EHR systems, often known as electronic medical record systems, are another important part of today's healthcare practise. It enables you to save and manipulate extensive patient data, allowing your personnel to be more productive and well-informed. Allergy reports, medical history, demographic data, lab findings, and other vital information about the patient are all included in an EHR system. Physicians have constant access to data and can provide more precise and quick diagnosis and treatment.
E-prescription solutions are an important aspect of digital health and telemedicine. Around the world, healthcare professionals are developing technologies that will enable them to send electronic prescriptions straight to pharmacies. They can reduce the amount of errors associated with handwritten prescriptions, reduce the expense of misplaced or lost prescriptions, and increase the quality of care in this way.
Urgent care applications
Create an app that allows people to get care without having to go to the doctor's office. Consumers can get care whenever they need it thanks to urgent care apps. Patients can also use such applications to track their symptoms, ask health-related queries, get health and wellness advice, and figure out when they should go to the doctor.
Hospital management software
This type of software handles all area of hospital management, including reception, visit scheduling, and laboratories. It ensures that all hospital management duties, such as patient data management, medical administration, insurance processing, hospital billing, and physician information management, are completed efficiently.
Customer relationship management solutions are an essential component of every healthcare business. You can more efficiently acquire, maintain, and foster relationships with patients by deploying such a system. This is just another step taken by practises to provide patient-centered care and automate workflows in order to deliver targeted patient outreach as part of their holistic marketing initiatives.
From training and education to practise administration and patient experience, unleash the power of data to run a data-driven healthcare practise. Advanced data analytics systems with predictive analytics capabilities assist you in forecasting everything you require, from patient influx to inventory requirements.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI & ML)
Diagnostic processes, medicine research, health checkup scheduling, and more are all covered by next-generation AI-powered healthcare software. It enables enhanced results by automating laborious and paper-based operations.
Internet of Things (IoT)
Some of the healthcare industry's most pressing issues can be solved with the Internet of Things and data-driven specialised medical software. IoT, for example, can provide patients with solutions that provide immediate medical support, access to important papers, and real-time data monitoring via linked wearable devices that can be employed in medical situations.
Cloud-based technologies provide outstanding computing and accessibility. That's why they're crucial for current solutions that demand high compute and storage resource availability and resilience. In the not-too-distant future, many healthcare organisations will make the move to the cloud a top priority.