Napier Healthcare Solutions, a global provider of healthcare IT solutions and services, has been conferred a 2015 Best Practices Award as Singapore Healthcare IT Company of the Year by research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan for successfully providing solutions that cater to the needs of healthcare providers looking to raise their standards of care while managing the rising costs of delivery to a burgeoning aging population.
“Singapore is at the forefront of healthcare IT regionally and aims to use this as one of the platforms to deliver quality healthcare within the context of the diversified needs of its population, as well as to drive areas such as medical tourism and home healthcare,” said Rhenu Bhuller, Partner, Healthcare, Frost & Sullivan. “Napier Healthcare Solutions, for its part, has done an excellent job of catering to the evolving demands of the healthcare sector, responding with world-class software and services sets that are cost-effective and quickly yield value upon deployment.”
As a technology company devoted to giving healthcare providers at all times the most effective and cost-efficient means to elevate the quality of their services, Napier prides itself on its differentiated products. One stellar offering is the Napier HIS, which has Stage 2 Meaningful Use certification by ICSA Labs in the US. Acquiring that certification assures customers of the fact that they are able to maintain the high level of privacy and security of their patients’ health information, manage their costs better, and at the same time improve on healthcare delivery.
“Speaking on behalf of all Napierites, I thank our customers for imposing their confidence in our ability to innovate and apply technology to solve their pressing problems. We are honoured to receive the Frost & Sullivan award this year,” said Tirupathi Karthik, CEO of Napier Healthcare Solutions. “Our team of doctors and IT professionals work in close collaboration with hospitals in their journey to forge a closer bond with the community they serve. We aim to eliminate the distance between the care provider and the patient using technology as we focus more on community-based care and aged care solutions across the extended care continuum, covering nursing homes, patient’s homes and care centres.”