|By PR Newswire||
|February 6, 2014 04:00 AM EST||
SANTA CLARA, California, February 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Calsoft Labs' 'Connected Healthcare Framework', based on modern day technologies like Cloud, Mobility, and Big Data, enables healthcare enterprises and technology vendors in building a competitive advantage through future proof Health IT and Digital Health systems.
Focused on improving the quality of care, efficiency & productivity of the healthcare systems by leveraging technology, Calsoft Labs, a leading Healthcare Solutions provider, will showcase its Connected Healthcare Framework in the upcoming 2014 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition, Feb. 23-27, Booth #7388, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida. Recognized as one of the premier conferences in the healthcare industry, HIMSS 2014 brings together healthcare professionals across the globe for this annual gathering.
The major factors driving the healthcare information technology adoption are rise in pressure to cut healthcare cost, growing demand to integrate healthcare systems, government initiatives such as e-health, Health connect, pay-for-performance (P4P) program in U.S., rise in aging population, growing demand of CPOE adoption in order to reduce medication errors, and rise in incidences of chronic disorders such as cardiovascular disorder, cancer, neurological disorder etc. The healthcare providers are constantly seeking innovative solutions that will increase the efficiency and productivity of the systems and enable them to improve quality of care. In line with this demand, Calsoft Labs, a healthcare solutions expert featured among the Top 10 promising healthcare solutions provider by CIO Review, will be exhibiting its "Connected Healthcare Framework" at HIMSS. The 'Connected Healthcare Framework' has been built by leveraging modern technologies like Cloud, Mobility, and Big Data to make it scalable, integration friendly, and future proof. The 'Connected Healthcare Framework' provides a foundation for connecting systems, data, processes, and devices, within and across organizations, to help improve information management and establish a security-enhanced flow of information for more efficient and connected care.
"At Calsoft Labs, we assist by bringing people, processes, and technologies together to support better-informed decisions and greater collaboration. Our 'Connected Healthcare Framework' works well with customers' current systems and approaches, and also provides new capabilities to help researchers, physicians and staff to excel in research, management and care," said Ramandeep Singh, CEO, Calsoft Labs.
Calsoft Labs is a pioneer in delivering patient centric, integrated and security compliant health IT solutions, enables healthcare organizations to realize efficient, effective and secure patient centric healthcare informatics solutions. Our deep industry expertise leveraging our innovations (solution accelerators and frameworks) enable healthcare technology solution providers to realize their product vision by successfully addressing the industry challenges.
About Calsoft Labs
Calsoft Labs provides specialized concept to market Product Engineering services to product and technology companies in select market segments. Over the years Calsoft Labs has worked with leading Healthcare Technology Solution providers by helping them in realizing their product vision and thus helping them in solving key industry challenges. Calsoft Labs delivers unmatched business value to its customers through a combination of process excellence, reusable frameworks and technology innovation.
Calsoft Labs is a wholly owned subsidiary of ALTEN. Set up in 1988, ALTEN is a European leader in Engineering and Technology Consulting (ETC) with 15,950 employees in over 16 countries worldwide.
For more information, visit http://www.calsoftlabs.com
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