Mobile clinical apps to lower acute costs

  • June 22, 2022
  • William Payne

A range of mobile friendly applications for ambulatory, lab and acute care has been launched to provide health providers in the US with lower cost alternatives to conventional medical technology and software.

The new applications are the product of a formal joint between Alabama-based HiTech Health Solutions and California-based SaaS platform OutPatientPro.

All the applications have artificial intelligence functionality as well as Android and IOS compatibility making the applications accessible via tablet or mobile device.

In a statement, the two companies said “for an industry that is preconditioned to extraordinary fees, these cost-effective, mobile friendly applications developed by HiTech will revolutionise the space with a single user-name/single sign-on platform that will connect any and all applications”.

“Having developed software in the ambulatory space for over two decades we took the feedback of all of the end users: doctors, nurses, and administrative staff and built a platform that is truly user friendly, easy to learn and affordably priced as well,” said Balagee Govindan, CEO of HiTech Health Solutions. “We are very excited to collaborate and work closely with OutPatientPro to bring our solutions to all of our colleagues in the healthcare community,” Govindan added.

“Simply put that is what the marketplace is asking for,” said David Ghozland MD, Medical Director for OutPatientPro. “Balagee and his team have truly distinguished themselves as the most innovative Healthcare Software Company in the Outpatient community and we are very proud for OutPatientPro to be a vehicle which will bring access to their applications for facilities around the world,” Dr. Ghozland added.

“We are very excited to be collaborating with HiTech and proud to assist them in bringing their amazing technology to the Outpatient space,” said William Neugebauer, CEO of OutPatientPro, an Irvine, California-based medical software provider. “HiTech’s innovative platforms we truly believe will change the software landscape for the healthcare marketplace for many years to come,” added Neugebauer.