They eye to maximise the Internet of Things’ (IoT) potential to boost healthcare in APAC.
Fullerton Health has partnered with German software company Software AG in a bid to transform APAC's healthcare industry through IoT, an announcement revealed.
Fullerton Health will leverage on Software AG’s technology to ensure interoperability, ease of access and data protection as the organisation moves towards delivering digital solutions to patients through its Fullerton Systems & Services (FSS) digital healthcare platform, according to its statement.
“Along with other verticals, the healthcare industry is increasingly recognising the potential economic value of IoT – whose network is seen to comprise 50 billion devices by 2020, according to McKinsey & Company,” Software AG said.
The Fullerton Systems & Services digital healthcare platform is built on Software AG’s high performance IoT platform which helps support applications such as remote monitoring and medical service integration, the statement revealed. The platform is also integrated with Software AG’s ARIS GRC software which will ensure adherence to local and international regulations and standards including the recent General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and SOX compliance process.
“Given the role of analytics in scrutinizing copious data generated from patient coverage plans, diagnoses, billings and expenses, the FSS Digital Healthcare platform has been leveraging Software AG’s Terracotta which provides multiple users real-time access to massive data sets on Fullerton Health’s vast app ecosystem,” Software AG added.
Fullerton Health was founded in Singapore in 2011 and currently has 500 healthcare facilities across eight markets in Asia.
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