“Digital technology in healthcare has a critical role to play in making affordable healthcare accessible in remote areas of the country. The Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY) as nodal agency for all IT promotion in the country, is committed to doing all it can in making this healthcare access a reality. We look forward to more such initiatives to support the government efforts,” said Dr Ajai Garg, Senior Director, MeitY.
In the third edition some of the hospitals are exploring how they can utilize data being generated in their operations. Use cases like future inpatient volume prediction based on outpatient data, AI-Based surgical video recording and reporting, and integration of multiple data streams to create data lakes are the kind of solutions that seek to explore the utilization of internally generated data in creating actionable intelligence.
Other use cases like OPD Cashless Payer Solution and Automated Credit Payment System seek to integrate dispersed payment systems/vouchers / credits to create seamless experience for the users.
Winners were Healthgraph (Comprehensive Patient Care / OPD Automation), Mocero (Preventive Health Checkup Tracking), Attributum (OPD Cashless Payor Solution), Infoveave (Automated Credit payment settlement), Simbo.AI (Prescription Digitalisation), Tredence (Inpatient volume prediction based on Outpatient volume), Ramja Genosensor (Early detection of Microbes and Infection), Infoveave (Integration of multiple data sources to create a Data Lake) and Visualscopy (AI based Surgical Video Recording & Reporting). NHCircle, Navia, Purpledocs, Synctactic.AI, Arya.AI and BestDoc emerged as runners-up in their respective solution areas.