Dr. Damber K. Nirola, the Project Coordinator of Hospital Information System of JDWNRH made a statement saying, "This is to inform you that we have gone live with HIMS of Napier Healthcare Solutions in JDWNRH from 18th of December 2012 with the help of the entire team of Napier Healthcare Solutions, we are able to use the system successfully. JDWNRH entrusted Napier Healthcare the task of implementing HIMS to improve patient management and reduce waiting time for patients."
Napier's Hospital Information Management solution developed using healthcare industry standards like HL7 messaging and DICOM, delivers a web-based, modular, scalable and tightly integrated system that is built around the core functions supporting hospital administration, financials and patient management. More details about Napier's HIMS at http://napierhealthcare.com/
Commenting on the successful deployment, Karthik Tirupathi, CEO of Napier said, "We are pleased to be associated with JDWNRH and helping them improve the overall quality of healthcare with a better management system. The web-based HIS provides advanced intelligence tools that empower Public Health and National hospitals to take informed decisions in real time to improve the quality of critical healthcare services. Availability of next generation mobility and analytics as part of the solution enables hospitals to widen the reach of critical health services to a wider population, even in remote areas. "
About Napier Healthcare Solutions
Napier Healthcare Solutions (www.napierhealthcare.com) is an integrated healthcare IT solutions company with a commitment to excellence in healthcare management. Napier Healthcare is the winner of the Beacon Award 2011 for Best Industry Solution for Healthcare from IBM and the Frost & Sullivan Healthcare IT Application Company of the Year 2011.
Consistently ranked one of the best providers and program managers of fully integrated healthcare information systems of global standards, Napier's solutions span the entire gamut of healthcare service delivery from tertiary, secondary and primary care to rural and public health.