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SaaS-based digital healthcare platform KareXpert on-boards over 50 hospitals

Though the SaaS-based digital healthcare platform has already ventured into global markets like Nigeria, Nepal, and Vietnam, it intends to on-board more healthcare institutions in other international continents and to give them the taste of modern, tech-driven, and affordable healthcare

The vision of KareXpert of digitally transforming the healthcare infrastructure of India has actually come to life in the last six months. The Jio-backed SaaS-based digital healthcare platform, since its commercial launch in April 2021, has on-boarded over 50 healthcare centres and hospitals in 15 states of India and leveraging its ultra-secure Health Cloud and next generation Mobility solution. Value proposition of the SaaS-based digital healthcare platform is more than 50 pre-integrated modules for Hospitals such as Advanced HIMS, EMR/EHR, LIMS, RIS/PACS, Pharmacy, Connected Ambulance, Advanced BI, MIS, e-Claim, Telemedicine, Inventory & SCM, Queue Management, Counselling, Optical Store, and Branded Mobile Apps.

The company, which started its operations with three sales members and taking the industry by storm now with over 15 sales members operating from four Indian regions, has come a long way to fulfil its novel vision to revolutionize Indian healthcare for the better. Much of its credit goes to the modern and distinguishably designed services of the SaaS-based digital healthcare platform, which keep timely patient care and efficiency at the heart of its operations. Its cloud-based solution can be remotely deployed across India compared to on-premise/traditional solutions besides offering an easy-to-use interface and 24/7 customer support. Moreover, KareXpert showcases online demos of its services with minimal travel to the client’s locations, thanks to its SaaS-based cloud-first/mobile-first platform. This comes in handy during the on-going COVID-19 situation, where social distancing is the need of the hour. The business model of the SaaS-based digital healthcare platform is highly idealized in the industry, with reputed companies like KPMG, AWS, Google, and Microsoft partnering with it and supporting its cause as the company eliminates the need for hospitals to zero in on a traditional IT infrastructure.

Commenting on the auspicious announcement, Nidhi Jain, Founder & CEO of the SaaS-based digital healthcare platform, said, “2021 has been good to us, and we are delighted with the results our company has achieved so far. Despite several challenges, we maintained a steady momentum of partnering with healthcare centres and automating their operations to deliver patient-centric care. Owing to our tech-enabled services, we digitized the healthcare infrastructure in several Tier-2 and Tier-3 Indian cities also, empowering them to encounter the on-going medical challenges (including COVID-19). Still, a lot needs to be done, and we are confident that our on-going successes will further fuel our efforts to digitize 10x hospitals in 2022 and beyond, making us an authentic IT partner for them”.

Using its Xcloud as the fastest No/Low-coding platform, we deliver Healthcare IT at the speed of business. The SaaS-based digital healthcare platform – KareXpert is Asia’s first and only company to digitize hospitals’ 100 per cent workflow with a single solution. Its integrated and patient-centric offerings have received numerous awards & accolades, including Nasscom Hospital Innovation Challenge-2 and Google Accelerator Program. Going forward, the company plans to digitally transform 100,000 Hospitals worldwide in the next five years and expand its operation to India and globally. Though the SaaS-based digital healthcare platform has already ventured into global markets like Nigeria, Nepal, and Vietnam, it intends to on-board more healthcare institutions in other international continents and to give them the taste of modern, tech-driven, and affordable healthcare.

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