Exist Joins Healthcare IT Innovation Summit

Exist Joins Healthcare IT Innovation Summit

Exist Joins Healthcare IT Innovation Summit 150 150 infrastructure

January 18, 2012, Manila, Philippines — Exist is supporting the Healthcare IT Innovation Summit which will be held on March 14 and 15 in Singapore to promote “technology as an enabler” for an improved healthcare services delivery.

Integrated Health Information Systems, healthcare IT leader based in Singapore, has endorsed the summit, themed: Technology-driven quality care for improved patient safety.
Exist will join 200 policymakers, hospital executives and senior management, and healthcare IT advocates in pivotal dialogues on technology adoption and innovations, policy development, electronic health record (EHR) funding models, and success stories in the Asia Pacific region.
As a technology architect, Exist validates that modernizing for the sake of it is almost always a failed exercise. “Healthcare technology development and transformations have to be aligned with goals set forth by all the stakeholders,” said Jerry Rapes, Exist President and CEO. “In this manner, technology projects obtain “meaningful use” and hospitals and health providers are able to effectively deliver its mandated services.”
Exist looks forward to working with healthcare IT leaders in the Asia Pacific in leveraging modern approaches, such as mobile and cloud solutions, to enable healthcare systems to better serve the needs of its patients,” added Rapes.
An active proponent of health reform and healthcare IT development through regular round table gatherings with healthcare stakeholders, Exist develops enterprise healthcare applications with key clients in the Philippine market and a broad portfolio that includes a hospital information system, health exchange, clinical repository system, electronic medical records, and an electronic referral system.
Learn more about Exist’s software practice delivering improved healthcare service delivery.

Check out our healthcare product, MEDCURIAL, and see how it helped some of the biggest hospitals in the country provide better patient outcomes.