The team has been working tirelessly to create this new single data intelligence platform and this award is a testament to their hard work.
With the DigiHealth app, a one-stop hub, patients can retrieve their imaging and laboratory results, review their health profile and receive recommendations on managing their health and well-being. They can also book appointments at any of Parkway Shenton's GP clinics islandwide or with any of our more than 1,500 specialist doctors accredited by our four hospitals in Singapore.
Specialist doctors, our partners in patient care, are able to benefit from the DigiCare app which allows them to provide better and more prompt care for their patients through on-the-fly updates about their patients’ conditions.
"This journey nudged the group out of our comfort zone to do things differently – from offering traditional brick and mortar business services to exploring greenfield ones like telehealth; from outsourcing IT projects to building in-house IT capabilities. The deeper we delve, the more we realise we are only just scratching the surface. The possibilities are indeed limitless,” said Roland Liew, Head of Digital Transformation at IHH Singapore.
With the awards to back them, who knows what they will go on to achieve next? Keep up the good work team!
IHH has launched an internal Innovation Portal to facilitate sharing of innovation projects, connect staff with relevant digital health companies, and provide access to relevant research and market reports.
IHH Healthcare started 2022 on an exciting note by hosting its first hybrid Global Town Hall on 27 January, with more than 100 staff in attendance at the webcast venue in Malaysia.
Marrying design with sustainability, Pantai Hospital Ipoh won an award presented by the Mayor of Ipoh City, Y.Bhg. Dato Rumaizi, for embracing green building technology as part of its recent renovations.
Fear not for this is not a beast machine out of a Transformer movie. The cyclotron is a particle accelerator that was installed in the new Proton Therapy Centre at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital.
After its first successful bilateral hand transplant in August last year, the team at Global Hospital, Parel, Mumbai has gone on to perform the life-changing surgery on two quadruple amputee patients – a first for India.