The cloud-ready solution will be incrementally rolled out to their facilities in India, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia
Columbia Asia has partnered with Microsoft to evolve a next-generation cloud ready hospital management system to meet its emerging enterprise needs. Columbia Asia is currently using its proprietary hospital management system, Care21. Reportedly, the new solution will leverage significantly on the enterprise knowledge to create a technologically advanced solution. It will enable healthcare professionals to gain more visibility into patient information, build more collaborative teams, and deliver better patient care. The cloud-ready solution aims to enhance the business capabilities by capitalising on its flexibility and scalability features. This solution would give the opportunity to free the hospital from IT infrastructure management, allowing them to focus more on priorities like patient experience and care delivery.
The core architecture and design framework will be put together by Microsoft services along with the Columbia Asia technical team inspired by the good practices from Microsoft repertoire.
Dilip Kadambi, Group CFO, Columbia Asia said, “We want to continue to provide our patients with world-class healthcare services. I believe a future resilient architecture in tandem with cloud capability is the answer to our efforts towards ongoing improvements in the quality of our services. We have embarked on a transformation journey for our software alongside the core principles of cloud solutions. I am inspired by Microsoft Azure’s virtualization capabilities and this has enabled us to look forward to an advanced solution.”
Preeti Das, Director, Microsoft Services said, “When it comes to extending the benefits of next generation technology with high-quality healthcare for the wellbeing of patients, a sound architecture and cloud will go a long way. Our association with Columbia Asia will result in building advanced healthcare solutions that are capable of further enhancing patient safety and driving overall operational efficiency.”