The healthcare industry is embracing digital transformation in a big way to meet the significant challenges it faces today. Traditional norms of healthcare delivery, rigid protocols, and rigid restrictions on patient data are being overhauled and redesigned.
Patients are now ‘consumers’ and expect healthcare to be delivered in the comfort of their homes. Hospitals have evolved from being a physical structure to a network of digitally connected distributed entities for diagnostics, remote consultations, specialist treatments, residential post-operative care, door delivery for medications, and more.
Thanks to Trigent’s efforts, our daily order maximum throughput has increased by 150%. Trigent has proved its capability in building complex systems that are well-integrated and stable. The team’s listening skills allowed them to deliver what we wanted. Customers can expect flexibility and responsiveness from them.
Connected Healthcare is Transforming Patient Care
Adopting any new technology in the healthcare world has been perceived to be slow due to the strict governance around data protection, compliance, and the long-drawn processes around testing new healthcare options. This is, of course, to ensure that patient safety is not compromised in any manner. While adoption of disruptive technologies was slow initially, today, the benefits far outweigh the concerns. Remote patient monitoring using IoT and faster diagnosis due to real-time data capture through monitoring are critical factors enabling smart healthcare.
Consumers have turned to telemedicine
Of the healthcare organizations are looking forward to invest in RPA
Prescription to build an integrated healthcare solution
Deliver healthcare in the comfort of the living room
Relying on our domain knowledge and technology expertise, we work with stakeholders across the healthcare continuum – Patients, Healthcare Service Providers, Payors, Tertiary Care Organizations, and HealthTech companies
API Implementation Solutions for EHR Interoperability
A fully connected health system that enables patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers to access, exchange, and use electronic health information is vital. Trigent helps organizations plan and implement HHS’ interoperability rules.
The EHR interoperability initiatives should be patient-centric and revolve around improving patient care. The chief objective should be to safely and securely exchange patient information across the healthcare ecosystem where interoperability serves as the linchpin.
It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle, but with the right solutions partner, you can surely adopt the best practices to shift your focus and achieve EHR/EMR interoperability. No matter how far you are on the road to interoperability, we will take you there with the necessary solutions.
Health Systems Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
As a healthcare provider, you deal with endless paperwork, updating data in multiple systems, and administrative tasks that take your attention away from patient care. Robotics Process Automation in healthcare eliminates these repetitive tasks, enhances operational efficiency and data confidentiality, reduces cost, and allows care providers to focus on the patient.
Activities that lend themselves to RPA include:
Scheduling and managing patient appointments
Collating data from different silos for unified access
Billing and processing claims
Virtual Consultations with TeleHealth Networks
TeleHealth Solutions allow patients to schedule appointments, join video virtual consultations from the device of their choice, without the need to download any software or plugins.. Providers use technology they already have, such as telehealth carts, traditional video conferencing products, Skype, Microsoft Teams, or Google Meet. The solutions include flexible APIs to integrate with EMRs/EHRs.
Telehealth holds vast potential to substantially enhance outcomes, provided that concerted efforts are undertaken to broaden access to healthcare services. Physicians are increasingly experiencing burnout due to ongoing work-related stress. When properly executed, telehealth initiatives have the capacity to effectively bridge existing healthcare disparities, both in the present and the future. It’s worth emphasizing the substantial cost savings that virtual consultations can generate.
We can help your healthcare facility transform into an agile, robust network of digitally connected distributed entities to open doors to new and exciting opportunities in telehealth. Our domain knowledge and technology expertise help us work closely with stakeholders to meet multiple challenges of care delivery in the telehealth sector.
Cloud-based Lab Information Management Systems (LIMS)
LIMS Solutions are critical in helping laboratories process samples from receipt through storage and usage. It helps staff save time by automatically documenting details about every sample.
The primary role of Lab Information Management Systems is to remove blocks that stand in the way of attaining operational efficiency. A modern LIMS facilitates workflow automation and management, enables data analysis, and supports regulatory compliance. It also plays a big role in facilitating audit trails and integrates with instruments, devices, and systems. But in order to ensure that the LIMS plays its part perfectly well within your lab environment, it needs to be implemented, integrated, and validated properly. You also need to plan for its maintenance and upgrade early on.
Moving to the cloud is an important decision and we can help you with everything you need with a highly systematic approach to laboratory information management.
Rapid deployments in 30 days
Automate complex lab workflows
Data integrity for decision making
Secure environment for data
24x7 Real-time data tracking
Securly access LIMS anytime, anywhere
Salesforce Health Cloud Solutions
Salesforce Health Cloud is a leading patient engagement platform that enables the care coordination of patients. Health Cloud provides caregivers a comprehensive patient care timeline with integrated EMR. Health Cloud helps in smart patient management by engaging with patients and the entire care team in real time.
It offers countless applications to address the growing needs of consumers and health organizations. These applications can help you boost revenue, lower costs, enhance care coordination and access, drive engagement, and improve outcomes and experience.