MphRx was recognized as the Most Committed Supplier by Agfa for key contribution and dedication to Agfa HealthCare’s solutions and business. This award was based on quality, delivery and cost, as well as the results from a cross-functional stakeholder survey. A total of 39 suppliers were pre-selected, representing imaging systems, imaging informatics solutions and healthcare information systems. The final winners were selected by Agfa HealthCare’s Management Committee.
The award was presented on Sunday, 27 November at Agfa HealthCare’s booth at RSNA 2016.
“There was a very close and good collaboration between MphRx and Agfa HealthCare throughout the integration phase,” states James Jay, Vice President Imaging IT solutions, Agfa HealthCare. “The combined technologies, expertise and people of both companies create a unique and leading Integrated Care portfolio.”
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October 6, 2016: Mphrx, a leading healthcare technology company was awarded the 2016 Frost & Sullivan India Digital Healthcare Platform Technology Innovation Award at the Frost & Sullivan - 2016 India Best Practices Awards. MphRx received the recognition on the basis of - Growth, Innovation, and Leadership factors.
While addressing the audience Chetan Uberoy, Co-Founder MphRx, said “Back in 2009, MphRx was founded with the mission to solve some of most pressing problems in healthcare largely limited due to lack of interoperability. With patient engagement and care coordination taking the center stage, we have seen good traction for Minerva, our interoperability platform. ”.
Frost & Sullivan Awards is a global program that recognizes outstanding industry achievements by companies across the world. The methodology for determining the award recipients is unique - a deep dive research and analysis conducted by Frost & Sullivan analysts, which is presented to an esteemed, independent panel of judges representing the top companies in India.
While sharing his excitement for the award, Mahesh Uberoi, President, MphRx said “Every achievement along the way, instills our confidence in the model of an open, vendor neutral, and cloud-based Digital Healthcare platform. In the long run, we believe that the organizations can accelerate the implementation of their Digital Roadmap and Transformation plans in a cost-effective manner.”
The event was held on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at Hyatt Regency, Mumbai.
MphRx is pleased to announce that Forward - A cloud-based image sharing application has qualified as a semi-finalist for the Best Radiology Software category for Minnies 2016. Forward allows for simple and economical sharing of medical images amongst patients and providers (within and outside the network). It helps in improving patient and referring physician experience and overall clinical staff productivity.
With the G-Cloud 8 Framework Agreement, MphRx can now offer Minerva, a cloud-based Digital Healthcare platform, to all public healthcare (NHS) organisations across UK. The G-Cloud 8 framework supports the UK Government’s policy to centrally manage the procurement of common goods and services through an integrated commercial function at the heart of government.
In India healthcare has been typically transactional where the patient comes, gets the procedure done and leaves.
FHIR is now being known globally as de-facto interoperability standard: Varun Anand
MphRx, India participated for the first time at AGFA Hackathon, 19-20 June, House of Innovation, Antwerp, Belgium.
Agfa Healthcare has made an investment in MphRx.
The adoption of mobile technology in the healthcare sector is widespread and viewed as an integral part of delivering care by doctors especially in developed markets like US and emerging markets like India. mHealth or Mobile Health is the process of integrating medical practice with mobile technology to achieve improved health outcomes.
Nearly everyone in the IT field agrees that interoperability is needed to propel value-based care, but making it happen isn't easy. Getting patient information, such as medical images and radiology reports, to health care providers is essential, but allowing patients to take ownership of their medical data will become increasingly important. When it comes to efficient information exchange, more work is needed.
PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dell Services’ leadership in healthcare IT and clinical services continues to grow, with the unveiling of a new analytics platform partnership and data management tools that unlock information and empower caregivers to provide measurable, value-based care.
New York City, USA / New Delhi, India – 19 January 2016 – 05:00 AM EST - Agfa HealthCare has announced today that it has made an investment in MphRx, taking a 27 % equity stake for an undisclosed amount, as part of their strategic move into the Integrated Care market.
Unlike many startups which are raking money on the basis of valuation and hype, this startup MphRX (My Personal Health Records Express), since its inception in 2011, has managed over 5 mn patient lives, aggregated 20 mn unique records and has over 250K physicians on board.
Dubai UAE - Aiding healthcare chains worldwide in streamlining their workflows, MphRx, New York, is demonstrating Minerva – a EN ISO 13485:2012 certified cloud platform, at the Arab Health 2016 event from 25th – 28th January. Arab Health is one of the world’s largest healthcare conference and trade show in the Middle East. This is the 41st edition of the event with more than 4,000 companies exhibiting their innovations in front of 115,000 attendees from 163 countries.
MphRx, NY, a leading healthcare IT company will be showcasing their entire portfolio of products at HIMSS 2016 in Las Vegas from 29th February to 4th March 2016. MphRx will be present at Dell’s booth #4467 and Agfa’s booth #2647.
Delhi based Max Healthcare, a company that runs the Max group of hospitals, has launched a BlackBerry app that lets doctors and paramedics access an archive of patients’ radiology images, lab reports and other information on a secure connection through smartphones and laptops, reports PTI (via The Economic Times).
New Jersey Hospital building apps in effort to put patients in control of their data After a troubling experience witnessing the lack of coordination and sharing of data between providers in the care of his daughter, Shafiq Rab, M.D., vice president and CIO of Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey, was determined to do something about it
Hackensack University Medical Center (“HackensackUMC”) has chosen MphRx as its partner to respond to President Obama’s call to improve the interoperability of electronic health records as part of the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative.
Significantly streamlining radiology workflow and improving communications, MphRx debuts at RSNA 2015 an innovative new platform enabling transmission of detailed patient forms, medical images and records from any computer for review by providers and automated ingestion into an EMR, PACS or RIS.
Significantly streamlining radiology workflow and improving communications, healthcare technology company MphRx, New York, will unveil at this year’s annual Radiological Society of North America meeting an innovative new platform enabling transmission of detailed patient forms, medical images, and records from any computer for review by providers and automated ingestion into an EMR, PACS or RIS.