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Health IT

Creating value for patients by transforming care, improving connectivity, enhancing patient access, and streamlining the regulatory process.

Health IT, or health information technology, refers to the multitude of technology tools used by physicians, nurses, health administrators, patients, insurance companies, government entities and others to compile, store, analyze and share health information. Health IT tools include electronic health records (EHR), personal health records, electronic prescription services, health-related smartphone apps and more.


The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act was passed in 2009 to promote the meaningful use of health IT. Since then, more and more providers across the country have adjusted their traditional collection of patient information from paper records to electronic data.

This migration has allowed health professionals to easily access patient information regardless of their location and even outside of normal clinic hours, and to share that knowledge with others currently providing care. And it has drafted patients into the process, by giving them more authority and immediate interaction with their own personal health records.

Even prescriptions, once dependent on paper, now are transmitted electronically between doctors and pharmacies to allow for improved efficiency and fewer dosage errors.

Visualize, analyze, and provide healthcare delivery solutions

Improving health is central to the Millennium Development Goals, GLADEV is providing Information Technology, Big Data , Health policy advice, sustainable cost-effective EHR solutions for Governments,Federal-and State-run healthcare facilities. The report recommended that healthcare execs take the following steps to reduce costs and improve patient experience: evaluate technology gaps, understand data silos and workflow barriers, develop best-practice processes, visualize and quantify the patient experience, establish the ideal patient experience, and define a path to better patient engagement

Data visibility across a healthcare enterprise helps to turn data into intelligence, thereby reducing costs. By having this visibility, respondents said that the healthcare system will improve resource capacity and productivity and reduce scheduling bottlenecks

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