mCURA partners with HP to enhance patient care

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In a bid to enhance overall patient experience, mCURA (Health-Tech) has joined hands with HP Inc. India, the IT giant.

As per the deal, HP will install the Hi-tech devices at the doctors’ OPDs which include double-side screen systems. It would help the doctors to go through the e-prescription entered by the clinical staff, NFC enabled tablets, automated kiosks and patient education displays at waiting area.

mCURA, a health-tech start-up which has been working with Hospital OPDs and clinics to provide state-of-the-art IT infrastructure.

Talking about the partnership, Madhubala Radhakrishnan, Founder and President of mCURA, said, “Our partnership with one of the big giants like HP India will provide next-generation experience at the hospitals and clinics. With our association, we aim to bring in Smarter Healthcare IT System and remove the current major barriers of the healthcare industry.”

mCURA Smart OPD, India’s first technology platform converts desk services into integrated mobility services that covers end-to-end patient experience, increase IT adoption and accomplish additional revenue.

With its innovative solutions, mCURA is resolving the problems faced in OPDs such as long patient wait times, better doctor consulting time management and revenue enhancement. The innovative “Tap & Pay Model” & “Shortest Service Path” models offer patients minimal counter visits while completely eliminating necessity of spending valuable time at billing and registration counters.

 It also enables doctors, pharmacy and labs to move into a digitally secure EMR system allowing for faster patient turnarounds, speedier diagnosis, enhanced revenues and happier patients.

Responding to the development, Vickram Bedi, senior director, Personal Systems, HP Inc. India, said, “HP has been committed to improving experiences with innovative technology. Healthcare is an exceptional setting, and we are glad to partner with mCURA to deliver solutions that are safer, smarter & secure for healthcare sector.”