Enabling Interoperability Meaningfully

Healthcare IT Solutions

Helping healthcare solution providers through deep domain knowledge, technical know-how and understanding of their business to deliver scalable enterprise-class solutions.

Building Quality Healthcare IT Solutions.

Since ARRA in 2009, US healthcare has been in a state of continuous metamorphosis. The waves of regulatory changes had the triple goal of reducing cost, improving quality and increasing accessibility. As a result, technology penetration in healthcare has been greater than ever.

We have been partnering with solution providers across the care continuum helping them build quality products that appeal to the consumer and delight the providers. This experience has spanned across several EHR, PMS, Care coordination, Billing, Patient portals, population health solutions and consumer applications.

With interoperability as the cornerstone of US healthcare, it is imperative to understand the standards for information exchange in order to build enterprise-class applications. To achieve this successfully for our customers we have leveraged standards such as HL7, EDI (X12), FHIR, CCDA among many more.

Focus Area

  • Meaningful use 3
    Enabling quality care through EHRs, Homecare, ED, Care-coordination solutions, Patient portals and more…
  • Population Health Management
    Driving organizational efficiency through PMS, Billing solutions, Digital forms and workflow solutions
  • Telemedicine
    Seamless exchange of information to enable interoperability across clinical, financial and ancillary systems
  • Revenue Cycle Management
    Successfully navigated through ICD10|5010, Meaningful Use, PQRS, VBPM etc.
  • HQRP
    Engineering consumer centric mobile applications enabling patient engagement
  • Helping ACOs
    Integrating RIS/PACS with EHRs and building tele-radiology solutions
  • Security Assessment for HIPPA
    Enabling patient access services, claims/remittance management and more.

Complete lifecycle services – One-stop solution for all your needs

We understand the challenges in managing multiple partners. The biggest one being lack of accountability. Our experts guide you at every step right from assessment of objectives to end-of-life services for your solutions. Our business experts engage with you to understand your business goals and with minimum supervision, ensure accomplishment of technical objectives.

Product Engineering

Architecting scalable solutions that run on cloud and mobile platforms

Interoperability Services

Leveraging standards such as CCDA, HL7, FHIR, EDI among others to enable seamless data exchange

Quality Assurance

Not just functional, but security and performance testing to ensure quality with scalability

Sustenance Services

Enhancing application functionality, application uplift and extension to mobile platforms and cloud

Data Services

Integrate data from disparate sources, derive meaningful insights and deliver visualizations that make sense to business users

Assessment Services

Evaluate healthcare solutions for security loopholes, performance bottlenecks and regulatory gaps

Care continuum extends beyond the hospitals

While providers are unquestionably the most important part of the healthcare ecosystem, there are other players that make the whole machinery work. In order to deliver solutions that make sense to the providers and consumers, it is important to understand the rest of the equation beyond care. With a deep understanding of clinical and financial aspects of the healthcare system, we are well positioned to enable ISVs to build solutions that deliver quality care while taking care of their financial interests.


Independent software vendors (ISVs) have traditionally been managing only one goal – fulfilling provider needs. Healthcare reforms and efforts to standardize the ways in which information is managed and exchanged has created more dimensions that ISVs need to honor and there is always a clock ticking.


Healthcare clearing houses are the jugular of the US healthcare system. They facilitate the most important part of the Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) cycle – submission and tracking of claims to the payers. They work as intermediaries between the providers and payers by creating channels that allow providers to reach the payer systems without the overhead of point to point connections


The last decade has reshaped the entire US healthcare ecosystem and unfailingly all of the changes found providers as the central target. The providers are at the cross-hairs of technology, regulations, changing reimbursement models, coordinated care to name a few.


The wave of reforms since 2009 has altered several equations across the US healthcare ecosystem. The departure from conventional models such as the much criticized, Fee for Service (FFS) to Value based purchasing (VBP) itself is a fundamental change for payers.