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InterSystems Forays Into Indian Healthcare Market

InterSystems Partners With MTech, India To Provide Healthcare Solutions Based On Its Products - Cache And Ensemble

InterSystems Corporation, an application platform provider, has forged a strategic partnership with MTech, India to tap the Indian healthcare market for showcasing its products Cache and Ensemble.

Cache is an advanced database system and Ensemble is a universal integration platform, informed Mike Fuller, European Director, Marketing, Intersystems, during his recent trip to India. The Cache post-relational database and the Ensemble integration platform enable the rapid creation and fast integration of high-performance applications. Both are general-purpose products, which have met with particular success in the healthcare industry for two reasons, explained Fuller. Cache allows people to do very complex high performance applications and provides complete healthcare solutions in primary care, secondary care and community healthcare. It is an object-oriented model and handles complex data relationships, he added.

In India, Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre has a Cache-based system running for about a year now. And very recently, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital acquired Cache systems. Early this year, Fortis Hospital-Mohali will adopt the cache database and soon more hospitals will follow suit, informs Aditya Chopra, MTech Systems.

Ensemble chains processes is a co-ordination of not only processes, but also computing, which will helps lower administration costs and also make it very open to patients, so that they can look at their own records, billing etc. through internet.

“Our systems uses less hardware, so it requires less maintenance and of course it is more cost efficient,” says Fuller, adding, “Also, it is very extensible and you don’t have to have the big band.” He added that though hospitals build world-class healthcare applications with Cache, Ensemble is proving to be more interesting to people as there is a need not just to connect applications to applications, but also to have a patient- centric view of the data. For example if a patient arrives at an accident emergency and then goes to intensive care, in a normal system he will have separate records in each of the systems. However, with Ensemble there will be one record, which will be accessible through all systems.

With lot of pioneering work happening in the healthcare in India- stem cell research, for instance - Indian hospitals want to own personalised systems. Besides, there will be huge growth in the hospitals of 400 beds and below, which will create a demand for their solutions, avers Fuller.

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JDJ News Desk 02/05/06 12:29:28 PM EST

InterSystems Corporation has forged a strategic partnership with MTech, India to develop applications for the Indian healthcare market, based on its products - Cache and Ensemble. According to the company, its systems will help reduce administrative and maintenance costs as well as give a patient-centric view of data.

JDJ News Desk 02/05/06 11:26:16 AM EST

InterSystems Corporation has forged a strategic partnership with MTech, India to develop applications for the Indian healthcare market, based on its products - Cache and Ensemble. According to the company, its systems will help reduce administrative and maintenance costs as well as give a patient-centric view of data.

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