Apollo Hospitals, which operates over 70 non-public hospitals with greater than 12,000 beds throughout Asia, recognises the “severe” scarcity of healthcare supply infrastructure worldwide, with the one solution to meet this want being the deployment of “effective technology” for healthcare supply.
During its DIAM validation, Apollo Hospitals was recommended for its use of biomarkers, molecular imaging, and mapping software program. It additionally confirmed finesse in utilizing graphs and dashboards to know and manipulate knowledge. Meanwhile, the group’s affected person portal was discovered to be “one of the finest examples of patient communication” throughout its O-EMRAM validation. Its affected person app options a number of functionalities, together with cost choices, appointment setting, well being monitoring, and machine integration functionality. Additionally, Apollo’s hospital data system was deemed intuitive and straightforward to make use of. Assessors discovered that the organisation has good examples of machine integrations for important signal monitoring.
Apollo Hospitals additionally reported no unplanned downtime previously 5 years; HIMSS famous that this demonstrates the trouble they put into IT safety. Committed to having a pristine high quality of healthcare supply, Apollo Hospitals stated it went by way of the HIMSS digital maturity assessments because it offered them with a framework to make sure its digital spine is top-notch and guided by world greatest practices.
Dr Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director, Apollo Hospitals, emphasised that “this is not just about the maturity of the digital backbone but also the model of effective adoption of the solutions, thereby demonstrating that an organisation can be effectively managed and sustained by consistent and well-coordinated consumption of digital solutions”.
“We are striving to ensure that we can provide personalised care to every individual guided by technology that ensures that we are operationally effective, sharply focused on quality of service, and non-compromising on achieving the highest standards of clinical outcomes bundled with the hallmark of Apollo’s tender loving care,” she added.
Simon Lin, Executive Director, HIMSS VP stated: “Apollo has continued to show commitment and consistency in advancing their digital health capabilities to ensure that they can leverage the full potential of digital technology to continue driving optimal patient outcomes. Having already achieved Stage 6 in both the O-EMRAM and INFRAM, Apollo has now become the first in the APAC region and second in the world to achieve DIAM Stage 6, which is truly an amazing feat and a testament to Apollo’s commitment. “