With Meaningful Use Stage 2 gaining momentum, iPatientCare, an industry leader for offering innovative mHealth solutions unveils its breakthrough strategy for Patient Engagement and Coordination of Care across Continuum of Care
PatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal software announced its strategy for mHealth and iOS based products.
iPatientCare has emerged as one of the visionaries of the US healthcare IT products and solutions market place. Mobile MedData on a Palm Pilot in 1997 was its first breakthrough clinical product that won the hearts of thousands of physicians, clinicians, and medical students. iPatientCare arrived with flying colors when General Alexander Haig identified Mobile MedData for Combat Casualty Care – US Army’s First Responder as one of the most innovative products in World Business Review. iPatientCare has come full circle to releasing innovative solutions for mHealth with its launch of iOS product suite today.
While announcing the product release, exuberate Kedar Mehta, CTO, iPatientCare commented, “My team celebrated today as they did when we launched Mobile MedData for Palm Pilot and the First Responder for the US Army. The product architecture, however, has evolved drastically. We are completely Web based today, committed to Services Oriented Architecture that supports native iOS apps to provide much desired “pro-active” clinical alerts to iPatientCare users. We have much longer term vision to support iOS as a platform.”
“To me, “i” in iPatientCare always stood for “innovation.” Seeing it multiplied today makes me feel very proud of Kedar and his team” commented Udayan Mandavia, Chief Executive Officer, iPatientCare with obvious confidence and pride visible on his face. He further announced that “We involve iPatientCare users by offering them these innovations for free at our National User Conference (NUCON) which will be held from November 2-4, 2012 at Hyatt Regency, Chicago this year. Once officially launched, these products would need minimum subscription and advertisement revenues to support the sponsors.”