Srishti in News

Safeguarding Hospitals From Data Infections

“One of the main challenges that we face is user adoption of the new technology. It takes considerable training and encouragement to transform them into productive users. EHR can be a key to better patient care if used to its full potential. Its ability to integrate with any standard clinical system enhances patient portability.” says Dr. Vinoy Singh, Head, Health Informatics, Srishti Software


HMIS is Adaptive and Modular

“In recent years, HMIS has evolved both in terms of features, and extensibility. From technology perspective the shift is from client server architecture to web based solutions,” says Suchet Singh, CEO, Srishti Software


The Market for RIS-PACS Solutions in India is Price Sensitive

“While the growth of healthcare Industry and HMIS adoption have surged ahead, policy development by the government has not kept pace,” says Suchet Singh, CEO, Srishti Software.

By Anoop Verma, Elets News Network (ENN)


Indian IT cos begin to tame the dragon

Indian software product companies have started drilling some holes in the Chinese IT wall. Companies like Srishti Software, a Bangalore-based healthcare IT product company, is close to signing an agreement to implement its solutions in 19 hospitals in China. Pune-based internet security firm Quick Heal Technologies has also nestled itself firmly in China since 2007, exploiting the market through its channel partners. Deriving confidence from such developments, more Indian software product firms are expected to set foot in the Communist country shortly.


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