NASSCOM recognises Sakra World Hospital and MyHealthcare at the Digital Transformation Trailblazer Awards
Sakra World Hospital and MyHealthcare won the NASSCOM Digital Transformation Trailblazer Award 2022 at the 10th Edition of the Life-Sciences & Healthcare Innovation Forum held in Bengaluru.
The award, instituted by the NASSCOM Center for Excellence – IoT & AI , recognises organisations that are solving real world challenges utilising technologies like IoT, AI, Data Science, Big Data, AR/VR, Machine Learning and Robotics. The LHIF is working towards building a healthcare ecosystem where equitable access to value based healthcare is delivered, through innovation.
Sakra World Hospital and MyHealthcare jointly won the award for “Digital OP Transformation” for their collaboration in accelerating Sakra World Hospital’s digital transformation journey, with the launch of an AI-based EMR for digital prescriptions, integrated virtual consultation platform, the Sakra Patient Mobile App and more.
Bhoopendra Solanki, Chief Information Officer, Sakra World Hospital said, “We are thankful to NASSCOM for honouring our digital transformation efforts at Sakra. We started work earlier this year to enhance our patient experience for OP services, be it doctor consult or healthcare services, virtual consultation and home care services. The Sakra app (available in iOS and Android) and Sakra patient portal are designed to empower the patient to manage the healthcare needs for themselves and their families. Digital health transformation is a journey and we will continue to build innovative solutions to improve patient engagement and service experience in managing their care with MyHealthcare as our digital transformation partner.”
Commenting on the award, Shyatto Raha, Founder and CEO MyHealthcare said,
“ We strongly believe that the future lies in technology enabled healthcare delivery. At MyHealthcare we aim to revolutionise the care delivery process using digital technology and AI. We are thankful to NASSCOM for recognising our efforts and contribution in this field. The team at Sakra World Hospital has helped us drive an innovative digital healthcare ecosystem to improve the patient care offering and effectively use the EMR platform to deliver better patient care outcomes. This award is the best testimony for our collaboration with Sakra World Hospital and we look forward to spearheading change in the healthcare sector together.”
Sakra World Hospital has a clear roadmap to expand its healthcare offering through the effective use of digital technology, including remote patient monitoring and more.
Sakra World Hospital (A unit of Takshasila Hospitals Operating Private Limited) is a joint venture company between Toyota Tsusho and Secom Hospitals. It is India’s first MNC hospital committed to advanced medical care that enhances the value of human life. Sakra combines synergies of these large entities to provide cutting-edge medical technologies and herald a change in the current healthcare systems and processes. Sakra is dedicated to ensuring the good health of the community. This flagship 350-bedded multi-super speciality hospital situated at Bangalore was launched in February 2014.
The hospital offers state-of-art infrastructure with India’s first bi-plane hybrid OT, Intraoperative CT and 12 integrated modular OTs. All the advanced surgical technologies utilized at Sakra are designed to revolutionize patient care by reducing the surgical cuts and ensuring a speedy recovery for the patients.
MyHealthcare works to bridge the healthcare delivery gap using the latest advancements in digital technology and offers a data driven care continuum process. The ecosystem helps in building a structured repository of a patient’s clinical data and a patient longitudinal history, across all interventions and services offered through the MyHealthcare Ecosystem. This ecosystem includes the Patient Platform, Homecare Platform, Hospital Platform, and the MyHealthcare Enterprise Application. An industry body like NASSCOM has recognised MyHealthcare and its contribution towards democratising healthcare in India.