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A Senior Analyst from AMR pointed out that Europe patient-centric healthcare application market is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR during the forecast period.

PORTLAND, OREGON, USA, March 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Allied Market Research released a research report on the patient-centric healthcare application market. The findings of the report indicate that the global market patient-centric healthcare application generated USD 4.73 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 64.33 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 37, 2% from 2020 to 2027. The report offers valuable insights into changing market dynamics. , major segments, key investment pockets and competitive scenario for market players, investors, shareholders and new entrants.

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The report provides detailed information about drivers, restraints, and opportunities to help market players to design several growth strategies. Rising demand for patient-centric ecosystem, increasing smartphone penetration and increasing collaboration between healthcare providers, app developers and others are propelling the growth of the global patient-centric healthcare application market. On the other hand, a long and costly approach, an inadequate relationship between supply and demand and the lack of adequate training hinder growth to a certain extent. However, accelerating the transition to digitized healthcare is expected to create lucrative opportunities for major industry players.

The report also provides a detailed scenario of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global patient-centric healthcare applications market. Mandatory confinement measures across the world have given way to the closure of gyms and sports centers, especially during the initial period. This, in turn, has led to an increase in the use of patient-centric healthcare applications, thereby driving the growth of the market. This trend is also likely to continue post-pandemic, as people’s health and fitness are of growing concern, which has further increased the demand for these apps.

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“Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market by Technology (Phone-Based Applications, Web-Based Applications, and Patient-Centric Wearable Application), Operating System (iOS, Android, Windows, and Others) Category (Asset Management (being and disease and treatment management) End User (Hospitals, Clinics and Home Use): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2027,” said Onkar Sumant, Head of Healthcare at Allied MarketResearch.

The report offers a detailed segmentation of the global patient-centric healthcare applications market on the basis of technology, operating system, category, end-user, and region. By operating system, Android segment held nearly half of global patient-centric healthcare application market revenue in 2019 and is expected to dominate by 2027. In addition, the same segment is also expected to cite CAGR the fastest of 38.0% throughout the forecast period. .

By end-user, the home use segment accounted for more than two-fifths of the global market share in 2019 and would lead by 2027. The same segment is also expected to show the fastest CAGR of 38.2% by 2027.

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By geography, North America held the largest share in 2019, grabbing more than around a third of the global market. On the other hand, Europe would show the fastest CAGR of 38.9% during the study period.

Key market players analyzed in the Global Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market report are Bayer AG, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Siemens AG, iPatientCare, Inc., Koninklijke Philips NV, Merck & Co ., Inc., MobileSmith, Inc., Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc., Novartis AG, Pfizer Inc., and Klick Inc.

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Cerner acquisition by Oracle sets the stage for EHR upgrade https://jazdhealthcare.com/cerner-acquisition-by-oracle-sets-the-stage-for-ehr-upgrade/ Fri, 11 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/cerner-acquisition-by-oracle-sets-the-stage-for-ehr-upgrade/ Oracle’s landmark $28.3 billion acquisition of healthcare IT services provider Cerner has the industry’s brightest minds questioning whether Big Tech’s foray into improving electronic health records ( EHR) will really improve the provider experience for nurses and doctors. According to Larry Ellison, Oracle Co-Founder, President and […]]]>








Oracle’s landmark $28.3 billion acquisition of healthcare IT services provider Cerner has the industry’s brightest minds questioning whether Big Tech’s foray into improving electronic health records ( EHR) will really improve the provider experience for nurses and doctors. According to Larry Ellison, Oracle Co-Founder, President and CTO of Oracle, this monumental healthcare IT transaction, which is also the largest ever for Oracle, “will provide our overworked healthcare professionals with a new generation of easier-to-use digital tools. tools that provide access to information through a hands-free voice interface to secure cloud applications.”

Ellison’s optimism extends to the commitment to “zero unscheduled downtime in the medical environment” for Cerner’s customers. Oracle’s trifecta of autonomous database, voice-enabled digital assistant user interface, and low-code development tools will help move Cerner to its Gen2 Cloud. Cerner CEO Dr. David Feinberg said the collaboration with Oracle is “an unprecedented opportunity to accelerate our work modernizing electronic health records, improving the caregiver experience, and enabling patient care.” more connected, high quality and efficient”.

Although the EHR’s lack of user-friendliness has been a longstanding complaint from healthcare providers, rapid advances in technology mean that increasing its data incorporation capabilities has required more development resources than warranted. improved convenience of use. This harsh reality of the EHR presents a unique challenge for IT managers as well as clinicians and it is something Oracle will need to address in the future.








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From HITECH to SMART-on-FHIR: where does the health apps ecosystem stand? https://jazdhealthcare.com/from-hitech-to-smart-on-fhir-where-does-the-health-apps-ecosystem-stand/ Fri, 28 Jan 2022 19:03:53 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/from-hitech-to-smart-on-fhir-where-does-the-health-apps-ecosystem-stand/ A little over a decade ago, less than 10% of hospitals used electronic health records (ESD). But then healthcare officially entered the digital age when the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 was signed into law, ushering in the widespread and rapid adoption of EHRs in hospitals nationwide. While […]]]>

A little over a decade ago, less than 10% of hospitals used electronic health records (ESD). But then healthcare officially entered the digital age when the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 was signed into law, ushering in the widespread and rapid adoption of EHRs in hospitals nationwide.

While EHRs are ubiquitous today and contain more patient data than ever before, these systems can often create silos of information. These technological barriers can make it difficult to share data with stakeholders, from patients and providers to payers and the research community.

These limitations are no longer acceptable. Healthcare providers expect the same ease of use and interoperability in healthcare applications that they know with online banking or online shopping. And as our industry moves away from the fee-for-service status quo, healthcare services can be improved if providers have all the data they need at their fingertips, helping them make more informed decisions and to provide better care and greater patient value and outcomes.

To break down these silos, EHRs must interact with each other and a host of diverse applications created by healthcare innovators. The first step towards this goal was the 2011 introduction of Fast Interoperable Health Resources (FHIR), a data standard that defines the structure of health data in transit. FHIR ensures that EHRs and third-party applications can speak the same language, so healthcare data can flow freely and securely between EHRs and other digital solutions. About the same time came Substitutable medical applications, reusable technologies (SMART). With a $15 million grant from the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology (ONC), SMART supported the development of a standard framework that enabled the development of interchangeable healthcare applications . This innovation paved the way for the EHR application markets we know today.

The two standards have been brought together to create SMART-on-FHIR, an open, free, standards-based application programming interface (API) that facilitates the development of applications that can run anywhere in the system. health. Essentially, what FHIR is to data integration, SMART is to workflow integration. SMART-on-FHIR then enables the creation of third-party applications for a variety of use cases that clinicians can launch into their existing EHR workflow. These apps will work with EHRs, enabling single sign-on and eliminating the need to switch between additional tabs, windows, or portals.

In fact, two recent federal rules mandate these standards to advance the adoption of value-based care:

SMART-on-FHIR is the inflection point to drive the shift to value-based care. The reason: it offers another path to integration where user experiences, not just discrete data, are shared across systems, enabling lightning-fast implementation. The reality of quick and painless onboarding gives healthcare systems the flexibility to choose, test and adopt the right solution for them, rather than struggling with the sunk cost of a long and costly implementation phase. . Maintaining the user experience is further centralized by the application, relieving healthcare system IT staff of the heavy burden of managing multiple systems. Finally, the agility of the FHIR specification and its built-in adherence breaks the pattern of data silos too often found when specialized applications are involved. Finally, we have a fully integrated mechanism to democratize innovation in the health record.

Supporting the evolution of value-based care with SMART-on-FHIR

SMART-on-FHIR will ultimately be the catalyst for the growth of the healthcare application market. In “The ecosystem of applications and software integrated with certified health information technology,” Posted in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, ONC reports that in 2021, there was a 20% year-over-year increase in the number of applications integrating with certified EHRs. About 38% of apps were for clinical uses, including performing automated tasks, population health, telehealth, and clinical decision support. Other applications, according to the research, have focused on care management, patient engagement, and research.

Between rules mandating integration and access to healthcare information and technological innovation in use cases, I predict that we will start to see many new applications that support the evolution of healthcare based on value and help reduce costs for patients, providers and payers. . These applications will further address aspects of healthcare, such as remote patient monitoring, precision medicine, integration of personal fitness trackers with EHRs, medication adherence monitoring, chronic disease patients and the collection of patient-reported outcomes, to name a few.

Apps can also be valuable to the research community, giving them better access to more patient population data as they explore cures for diseases or uncover opportunities to link patients to clinical trials. that could improve their quality of life or lead to the development of life-saving treatments. . I see a particular opportunity for applications that support clinical studies, as they can connect a single web application to multiple centers via SMART-on-FHIR. This allows EHR users to access a unified experiment, data set, patient set and database, framed within their individual EHR via SMART-on-FHIR, and automatically read and write data via FHIR integration.

There is so much data being generated in healthcare today, and it will only continue to grow exponentially from here. SMART-on-FHIR is the spark our industry needs to warm up in the app ecosystem, which will be important in supporting innovative use cases in long-term value-based care.

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MyMedicNow launches mobile healthcare app to bridge the gap between patients and doctors https://jazdhealthcare.com/mymedicnow-launches-mobile-healthcare-app-to-bridge-the-gap-between-patients-and-doctors/ Tue, 25 Jan 2022 18:26:53 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/mymedicnow-launches-mobile-healthcare-app-to-bridge-the-gap-between-patients-and-doctors/ UAE company MyMedicNow has launched a new app which it says connects patients with the right doctors by allowing patients to search by symptoms or medical conditions. The NEW app aims to help patients research medical conditions and find local healthcare providers quickly and efficiently. It is available on iOS, Android and via a web […]]]>

UAE company MyMedicNow has launched a new app which it says connects patients with the right doctors by allowing patients to search by symptoms or medical conditions.

The NEW app aims to help patients research medical conditions and find local healthcare providers quickly and efficiently. It is available on iOS, Android and via a web portal.

“From life-saving drugs to cutting-edge treatments, the healthcare industry thrives on constant innovation,” said Dhaval Desai, CEO of MyMedicNow.

“However, the biggest recent breakthrough in healthcare is the smartphone and its applications. They say there’s an app for everything, but the best are the apps that will get you out of a bind in an emergency.

“MyMedicNow is packed with practical solutions that not only help improve people’s lives, but also help make informed choices easier and faster while ensuring doctors and hospitals are better connected to patients.”

The global mHealth (mHealth) market is poised to grow at a compound annual growth rate of approximately 33.8% over the next ten years to reach approximately USD 181.52 billion by 2025, according to a report by Research2Guidance Annual mHealth – 2016.

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Two-thirds of the world’s population have a mobile connection, and thanks to the growing mHealth industry – an umbrella term for apps, services and devices found at the intersection of medicine and mobile technology – people are using their phones to manage their health in increasingly innovative ways.

The same Research2Guidance Annual mHealth – 2016 report states that nearly 100,000 health-related apps have been added by 13,000 new publishers to the market since 2015. At that time, there were already 259,000 medical apps in the major app stores.

“Smartphones are readily available, and this has transformed not only the mobile industry, but also the healthcare sector,” Desai added.

“However, when people hear about health apps, the general assumption is fitness tracking. In reality, there are more health care counseling apps out there to help patients and users with simple information.

The app has seen steady growth with over 6,000 doctors listed before its official launch. Patients can book appointments and get real-time confirmations for their appointments. The app also allows patients to rate doctors and hospitals.

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MobiDev lists the top 6 health tech trends in 2022 https://jazdhealthcare.com/mobidev-lists-the-top-6-health-tech-trends-in-2022/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/mobidev-lists-the-top-6-health-tech-trends-in-2022/ As 2022 dawns, the presence of COVID-19 continues to persist around the world. That being said, it is essential to stay alert to the technology trends that are driving digital transformation. MobiDev experts list the most important health technology trends that will impact the industry in 2022. Trend 1: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare In the […]]]>

As 2022 dawns, the presence of COVID-19 continues to persist around the world. That being said, it is essential to stay alert to the technology trends that are driving digital transformation. MobiDev experts list the most important health technology trends that will impact the industry in 2022.

Trend 1: Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

In the healthcare industry, machine learning is extremely useful for the development of new pharmaceutical products and the efficiency of diagnostic processes. AI helps analyze CT scans to detect pneumonia. Microsoft has developed InnerEye Project, a radiotherapy AI tool. By analyzing 100,000 media sources daily in over 65 different languages, an app called BlueDot can see dangerous outbreaks in near real time. Mentioning mental health, the researchers from MIT and Harvard University used machine learning to track trends and mental health correlating to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trend 2: Telemedicine

In 2022, healthcare providers are holding regular videoconference meetings with patients over the internet to discuss their concerns and provide advice. The infrastructure to support this has improved significantly. Telehealth is expected to reach $185.6 billion by 2026. If you need a dedicated telemedicine application, one of the most important technologies that will be needed is WebRTC, an open-source API-based system that connects web browsers and mobile apps and allows audio, video, and data to be transmitted.

Trend 3: Extended Reality

From assistance with surgery to assistance with telehealth applications, AR and VR technologies can greatly improve the health industry. One of the most popular and useful forms of this technology is the use of mixed reality headsets like Microsoft Hololens 2 by surgeons. The helmet can provide warning information to the surgeon while allowing him to use both hands during the procedure. Not only can these surgeries be enriched with this head-up information, but it can be a collaborative, remote effort and help for training purposes.

Trend 4: IoT

The global IoT medical device market is projected to reach $94.2 billion by 2026 from $26.5 billion in 2021. One of the most profound applications of IoT technology in healthcare is the smart pill concept, which turns the Internet of Things into The internet of bodies. Smart pills are edible electronic products that not only serve as pharmaceuticals, but can also provide healthcare providers with valuable patient information. With the healthcare sector becoming increasingly connected through these technologies, the IoT cannot be ignored.

Trend 5: Privacy and Security

Ensuring your organization is HIPAA compliant is an essential first step in avoiding costly data breaches. If you serve patients internationally, it may be a good idea to consider the regulations of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union.

Trend 6: Organ care and bio-printing

With the global transplant market size expected to reach $26.5 billion by 2028, organ transplants are certainly an important part of the healthcare industry. The organ care system developed by Transmedics is an excellent example. This device can keep a heart, lung, or liver outside the body for several hours with proper care, heat, and the supply of important nutrients. Bio-printing was done in the past but has not yet reached the general public. It is possible that through AI analysis of organs and recipient patient characteristics, organs can be better designed to be compatible with their new hosts.

More detailed information on health technology trends in 2022 can be found on the MobiDev site here.

MobiDev is a Ukrainian-American software engineering company that helps visionaries create their products. The company invests inat technology research and has years of experience building AI-based solutions, implementing machine learning, augmented reality and IoT.

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NetApp and Narayana Health Develop “Athma” Patient Record System, Health News, ET HealthWorld https://jazdhealthcare.com/netapp-and-narayana-health-develop-athma-patient-record-system-health-news-et-healthworld/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/netapp-and-narayana-health-develop-athma-patient-record-system-health-news-et-healthworld/ Bangalore: Narayana Health, in collaboration with software company NetApp, has unveiled an in-house “Athma” records management system that will enable the company to manage its health data securely and efficiently. NetApp will work with Narayana to modernize its IT systems and implement technological advancements in healthcare management to improve patient care services. The healthcare provider […]]]>
Bangalore: Narayana Health, in collaboration with software company NetApp, has unveiled an in-house “Athma” records management system that will enable the company to manage its health data securely and efficiently. NetApp will work with Narayana to modernize its IT systems and implement technological advancements in healthcare management to improve patient care services.

The healthcare provider intends to build a responsive IT infrastructure for faster diagnosis and faster response times, making the process easier for both patients and doctors. To achieve this goal, Narayana Health deployed NetApp technology solutions to develop a patient management system capable of storing and processing patient records. The resulting Athma system can capture, store and retrieve networks at 15 sites to produce the required information. The system allows medical staff and patients to access their entire medical history in a short time, further improving the quality of healthcare services provided by Narayana.

Elaborating on inculcating technology to advance healthcare services, Ramu Manjunath, Core Infrastructure Manager, Narayana Health, said, “NetApp offers a unique approach to data management. Data storage on NetApp is much faster compared to other solution providers. It provided simple and easy infrastructure management solutions for our engineers. The whole move to NetApp was pretty straightforward and seamless from an implementation, architecture, and support perspective. With Athma, patients have complete continuity of their entire medical history. Their history is available in our system and can be retrieved in seconds, so doctors can review and take a call rather than going back and forth to find records or reinvesting in investigations.

The collaboration aims to optimize the efficiency of data storage and management across all sites, helping to advance medical care in India. The centralized data and application storage system Athma is based on NetApp and is made available on the cloud. NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP software makes it easy to manage stored data. Two fully replicated data centers, one in Central India and one in South India, perform backup and recovery using Azure NetApp Files and NetApp File Services . The system provides clinical staff with critical and timely information that further enables them to provide better patient care.

Speaking about the positive impact the collaboration aims to bring, Puneet Gupta, General Manager and VP India/SAARC, NetApp India Marketing and Services, said, “Simplicity is at the heart of everything we do at NetApp. Our solutions are designed to be easy to implement and scalable. For new-age healthcare providers, accessibility to health data and records is of paramount importance today. With our heritage and experience in data management, as well as our core technology offerings, we are happy to contribute to the changing healthcare landscape in India. It is an accomplishment to see our solutions directly enable medical practitioners to provide better medical care to those in need.

Narayana Health’s hospital system plans to expand the number of locations and add more clinical services in more than 60 specialties. with the help of NetApp. Cloud Volumes ONTAP will provide tools such as NetApp Active IQ® Digital Advisor to help the hospital manage and optimize costs.

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Boom time for patient-centric healthcare applications market expected to reach $ 64.331 billion https://jazdhealthcare.com/boom-time-for-patient-centric-healthcare-applications-market-expected-to-reach-64-331-billion/ Wed, 15 Dec 2021 17:28:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/boom-time-for-patient-centric-healthcare-applications-market-expected-to-reach-64-331-billion/ Patient-Centric Healthcare Applications Market At present, mobile penetration is over 100% in developed markets and is expected to increase in developing markets such as APAC, Latin America and Africa. Patient-Centered Health Apps Market by Technology (Phone Apps, Web Apps, and Patient-Centered Wearable App), Operating System (iOS, Android, Windows and Others) ” – Allied market studies […]]]>


Patient-Centric Healthcare Applications Market

At present, mobile penetration is over 100% in developed markets and is expected to increase in developing markets such as APAC, Latin America and Africa.

Patient-Centered Health Apps Market by Technology (Phone Apps, Web Apps, and Patient-Centered Wearable App), Operating System (iOS, Android, Windows and Others) ”

– Allied market studies

NE WIN SIVERS DRIVE, PROVINCE: – PORTLAND, USA, December 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to the report released by Allied Market Research, the global market size for patient-centered healthcare applications was 4 , $ 73 billion in 2019, and is expected to generate $ 64.33 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 37.2% from 2020 to 2027.

Rising demand for a patient-centric ecosystem, increasing smartphone penetration, and increasing collaboration between healthcare providers and application developers have driven the growth of the global market for patient-centered health applications. However, a long and expensive approach, an inadequate supply-demand ratio, as well as a lack of adequate training hamper the growth of the market. On the contrary, a growing awareness regarding patient-centric innovation and increasing the transition to digital healthcare would open up opportunities for market players in the future.

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Covid-19 scenario:

Since the Covid-19 outbreak, people have become more aware of their fitness and health, which has driven demand for such healthcare applications.

✦Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the majority of countries have closed gyms and fitness-related facilities. Thus, more and more people have turned to patient-centric healthcare applications.

The android segment to dominate by 2027-

On an operating system basis, the Android segment accounted for almost half of the global patient-centric health apps market revenue in 2019 and is expected to reign on the roost by the end of 2027. In addition, the same segment is expected to register the fastest CAGR of 38.0% throughout the forecast period. Factors such as the increase in the number of Android-based phone users, especially in countries like China, Indonesia and India, and the increase in disposable income of people in developing countries are boosting segment growth.

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The home use segment to maintain the dominant share-

On an end-user basis, the home use segment contributed more than two-fifths of the global patient-centered healthcare applications market share in 2019 and is expected to lead the way by now. 2027. In addition, the segment is also expected to represent the fastest CAGR. by 38.2% through 2027. This is due to the awareness of the benefits of fitness management applications and the increasing prevalence of diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, which require regular management on the patient’s side.

North America took the biggest share in 2019 –

Based on geography, North America achieved the highest share in 2019, driving over a third of the global patient-centric healthcare applications market. This is due to the increased penetration of mobile phones, which contributes to more downloads and use of healthcare applications, and the presence of the majority of key players. Simultaneously, Europe is said to have the fastest CAGR of 38.9% during the study period, due to the fact that various mobile health and wellness support applications are launched in these countries. In addition, the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases and the emergence of new entrants in UK is also driving the growth of the market.

Key players in the industry

-Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.
-Bayer SA
-International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)
-iPatientCare, Inc.
-Klick Inc.
-Koninklijke Philips NV
-Merck & Co., Inc.
-MobileSmith, Inc.,
-Novartis SA
-Pfizer Inc.
-Siemens AG.

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Autonomous vehicle startup founder strives to create healthcare – BOTWC https://jazdhealthcare.com/autonomous-vehicle-startup-founder-strives-to-create-healthcare-botwc/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 15:54:23 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/autonomous-vehicle-startup-founder-strives-to-create-healthcare-botwc/ It revolutionizes the game! The founder of an autonomous vehicle startup seeks to mobilize health services, Black company reports. Frederick Akphoghene is the founder of JeGO Technologies, Inc., a company that designs and manufactures autonomous vehicles, including autonomous pods that can be used to transport goods and services. A Nigerian immigrant, Akpoghene began his tech […]]]>


It revolutionizes the game!

The founder of an autonomous vehicle startup seeks to mobilize health services, Black company reports.

Frederick Akphoghene is the founder of JeGO Technologies, Inc., a company that designs and manufactures autonomous vehicles, including autonomous pods that can be used to transport goods and services. A Nigerian immigrant, Akpoghene began his tech career at the age of just 16, before founding and partnering with hundreds of companies and startups, including Abovav Technologies and Oddio Tribe Holdings.

Today, he launched his own business, “JéGO”, inspired by the African goddess of commerce. The company’s goal is to use its mobile platform to connect users to businesses that provide on-demand services such as flu testing, COVID testing, IV therapy, and other services that can be offered directly to customers using driverless JéGO pods.

“JéGO is here to give entrepreneurs the space to compete and to give service providers the mobility to serve without the burden of large fixed costs like rent … communities instead of flowing to big business – because we’re just as tired of this normalcy as you are, ”Akpoghene said.

With over 15 years of experience in technology development and software engineering, Akpoghene was able to design the flagship patent pending prototype on its own. Its standalone pods come at a time when commerce is constantly changing and retail businesses are still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic. So far, JeGO pods have already been approved by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and have secured a number of partnerships, including one with a Miami-based emergency care clinic. Akpoghene launches pilot area in Miami with the clinic, setting the Pods course and connecting app users to emergency care services.

“It’s clear now more than ever that people need and continue to need services on the go, starting with COVID testing. Join us in changing the world by building a new business infrastructure powered by JéGO Pods. We are here to ensure the present and future growth of businesses and access to essential healthcare services throughout the pandemic and beyond, ”Akpoghene said.

Recently Akpoghene launched a crowdfunding campaign via Start Engine allow angel micro-investors to support JéGO alongside major venture capitalists. The goal is for the JeGO Pod pilot to launch by the third quarter of 2022 with pilots in several cities, including Miami, Atlanta and Los Angeles over the next five years, as well as a fleet of more than 100 vehicles without driver operating on various routes throughout the United States, Europe and South Africa.

As Akpoghene begins launching its product with healthcare providers, the autonomous market is expected to reach $ 367 billion globally by 2030 and JéGO will eventually be open to all providers looking to provide their products and services. directly to users and having already partnered with a local manufacturer. to produce the Pods.

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Congratulations Frédéric! Thanks to you, we can!

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health technology leader athenahealth to be acquired by Hellman & Friedman and Bain Capital for $17 billion https://jazdhealthcare.com/health-technology-leader-athenahealth-to-be-acquired-by-hellman-friedman-and-bain-capital-for-17-billion/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/health-technology-leader-athenahealth-to-be-acquired-by-hellman-friedman-and-bain-capital-for-17-billion/ WATERTOWN, Mass., November 22, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–athenahealth, Inc. (“athenahealth” or “the Company”), a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise software solutions for medical groups and healthcare systems worldwide. Nationwide, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be jointly acquired by subsidiaries of Bain Capital and Hellman & Friedman for $17 billion. Purchase from […]]]>

WATERTOWN, Mass., November 22, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–athenahealth, Inc. (“athenahealth” or “the Company”), a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise software solutions for medical groups and healthcare systems worldwide. Nationwide, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to be jointly acquired by subsidiaries of Bain Capital and Hellman & Friedman for $17 billion. Purchase from Veritas Capital and Evergreen Coast Capital confirms athenahealth’s position as the largest and most innovative provider of cloud-based electronic medical records and medical practice solutions across the continuum health care in the United States.

athenahealth partners with more than 140,000 ambulatory care providers, in all 50 states and in more than 120 specialties, to accelerate the pace of healthcare innovation and support the achievement of clinical and financial results peak. athenahealth’s solutions and services enable its customers to increase clinical efficiency, optimize financial performance, improve patient care outcomes, and help providers accelerate their transition to patient-based care. the value. The Company’s athenaOne cloud platform addresses the critical aspects of a physician’s practice – with modules spanning patient engagement, revenue cycle, telehealth, payments, population health and management value-based care. athenahealth delivers this suite of capabilities to customers by combining powerful SaaS technology with expert services and data-driven insights from the nation’s largest single connected network.

“Today marks an important milestone for athenahealth and our partnership with Veritas Capital and Evergreen Coast Capital, and we are excited to work with Hellman & Friedman and Bain Capital to drive the next phase of our growth journey. Our employees, customers and partners are the source of our success and inspiration as we create a thriving ecosystem that delivers accessible, high-quality and sustainable healthcare for all,” said Bob Segert, President and CEO of athenahealth, who will continue to lead the company with the current management team.

“Given our extensive background in software and healthcare, we are excited to work with Bob and the leadership team to rapidly scale the business and continue to innovate and grow alongside our healthcare customers. disruptive and innovative outpatient services to lay the foundation for a multi-faceted digital care network between patient, payer and provider,” said Allen Thorpe, Partner at Hellman & Friedman. “Athenahealth’s technology leadership has differentiated the company as a next-generation cloud-based SaaS technology platform, facilitating innovation in a dynamic and rapidly changing market,” added Sameer Narang, Partner at Hellman & Friedman.

“athenahealth is at the frontier of digital health in the United States, improving clinical quality, operational efficiency and the delivery of preventive care to nearly 20% of the population today, opening the door to the journey consumer healthcare and positioning the company to support physicians in the continued transition to value-based care,” said Devin O’Reilly, Managing Director of Bain Capital Private Equity. “We are excited to leverage our extensive vertical and healthcare software experience to help Bob and the management team accelerate growth, develop new products, gain market share and continue to innovate in a highly scalable end market and of vital importance,” added David Humphrey, managing director of Bain Capital Private Equity.

“During our successful partnership with Bob and the leadership team, athenahealth has generated tremendous growth and transformation, solidifying its position as the premier healthcare IT company supporting the largest national network of healthcare providers” , said Ramzi Musallam, CEO and Managing Partner. of Veritas Capital. “Following our privatization and association with Virence in 2019, athenahealth has delivered unparalleled value to its customers by significantly increasing R&D investment, resulting in better quality of care, lower costs across health ecosystem and overall improvement in patient outcomes. We are excited to continue to support the company alongside Evergreen, Hellman & Friedman and Bain Capital in the years to come.”

“athenahealth demonstrates what can happen when a team of dedicated and talented employees and executives are given the right resources to invest in innovation and to help improve the quality of care that its providers are able to provide,” said said Jesse Cohn, Managing Partner, and Marc Steinberg, Senior Portfolio Manager, on behalf of Evergreen Coast Capital, a subsidiary of Elliott Investment Management. “Elliott is proud to have worked with Veritas to help transform athenahealth, and we welcome Hellman & Friedman and Bain Capital as new directors of this unique and important healthcare leader.

In addition to Hellman & Friedman, Bain Capital Private Equity and Bain Capital Tech Opportunities, the investor group includes Veritas Capital and Evergreen Coast Capital, which will each retain a minority investment in athenahealth, as well as other new co-investors including GIC, the Singaporean sovereign wealth fund and a 100% subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).

The investment is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2022 and is subject to regulatory approvals and customary closing conditions.

Evercore and Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC. are acting as lead financial advisors, and Milbank LLP as legal advisor, to athenahealth and Veritas Capital. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., Barclays, Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC., BMO Capital Markets and BofA Securities, Inc. are acting as financial advisors, and Kirkland & Ellis LLP is acting as legal advisor to Hellman & Friedman and Bain Capital.

About athenahealth, Inc.

athenahealth creates innovative healthcare technology that connects clinicians, patients, payers and partners in differentiated ways. Our electronic health records, revenue cycle management, and patient engagement tools enable anytime, anywhere access, improving our clients’ bottom line and empowering our provider clients to deliver care better quality. In everything we do, we are inspired by our vision to create a thriving ecosystem that delivers accessible, high-quality and sustainable healthcare for all. For more information, please visit www.athenahealth.com.

About Hellman & Friedman

Hellman & Friedman is a preeminent global private equity firm founded in 1984 with a distinctive investment approach focused on large-scale equity investments in high-quality growth companies. H&F seeks to partner with world-class leadership teams where its deep industry expertise, long-term focus and collaborative partnership approach enables businesses to thrive. H&F targets outstanding companies in certain industries, including software and technology, financial services, healthcare, consumer and retail, and other business services. The firm is currently investing its tenth fund, with $24.4 billion in committed capital, and has over $95 billion in assets under management as of September 30, 2021. Learn more about the investment philosophy and approach from H&F for Sustainable Results at www.hf.com.

About Bain Capital

Bain Capital has partnered closely with management teams to provide the strategic resources that build great companies and help them thrive since its founding in 1984. Bain Capital Private Equity (http://www.baincapitalprivateequity.com) has a global team of over 275 investment professionals that creates value for its portfolio companies through its global platform and deep expertise in key verticals including healthcare and technology. The firm has offices on four continents and has made primary or follow-on investments in more than 1,000 companies since its inception. Among these investments have been partnerships with dynamic healthcare companies dedicated to quality, access, innovation and improved patient outcomes (to learn more, please visit https://www.baincapital.com/healthcare/), and with large-scale, disruptive technology companies where the company’s deep knowledge of fundamental trends, its understanding of changing customer dynamics, and its expertise in vertical markets help accelerate growth. In addition to private equity, Bain Capital invests across all asset classes including credit, private equity, venture capital, real estate and insurance, managing approximately $150 billion in total and drawing leveraged the company’s shared platform to seize opportunities in strategic areas.

About Veritas Capital

Veritas is a long-time technology investor focused on companies operating at the intersection of technology and government. The company invests in companies that provide critical products, software and services, primarily technology and technology-based solutions, to government and commercial customers around the world. Veritas seeks to create value by strategically transforming the companies in which it invests through organic and inorganic means.

Leveraging technology to have a positive impact in areas of vital importance, such as health, education and national security, is at the heart of Veritas. We take pride in stewarding national assets, improving the quality of health care while reducing costs, advancing our education system, and protecting our nation and our allies. For more information, visit www.veritascapital.com.

About Elliott and Evergreen

Elliott Investment Management LP manages over $48 billion in assets. Its flagship fund, Elliott Associates, LP, was founded in 1977, making it one of the oldest funds under continuous management. Investors in Elliott Funds include pension plans, sovereign wealth funds, endowments, foundations, funds of funds, high net worth individuals and families, and company employees. Evergreen Coast Capital Corp. is Elliott’s subsidiary in Menlo Park, which focuses on technology investing.

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Technology is leading the way for digital transformation in healthcare, Health News, ET HealthWorld https://jazdhealthcare.com/technology-is-leading-the-way-for-digital-transformation-in-healthcare-health-news-et-healthworld/ Sun, 14 Nov 2021 13:35:00 +0000 https://jazdhealthcare.com/technology-is-leading-the-way-for-digital-transformation-in-healthcare-health-news-et-healthworld/ By Sandeep Bhambure The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted the healthcare sector in India, highlighting social inequalities within the industry. He highlighted the urgent need to tackle these issues in order to stabilize and strengthen the entire system and boost the growth of the health sector. It has also accelerated the change in the ecosystem, […]]]>


By Sandeep Bhambure

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely disrupted the healthcare sector in India, highlighting social inequalities within the industry. He highlighted the urgent need to tackle these issues in order to stabilize and strengthen the entire system and boost the growth of the health sector. It has also accelerated the change in the ecosystem, forcing public and private health systems to be agile and adopt / develop innovative solutions to get through these difficult times. Digital technology has become an integral part of healthcare and has clearly changed the way the industry works in India. The adoption of these technologies has grown in importance thanks to the efforts of the public and private sectors. According to the IBEF, the Indian medical device market was US $ 11 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach US $ 65 billion in 2024. The goal behind the adoption of digital technology is to provide universal care , affordable, equitable and of quality to all citizens. , and simultaneously contribute to the overall digital transformation of the economy.

Technologies have huge use cases and value. They can make service delivery more physically accessible and more general, more efficient for all. State-of-the-art computing directs data, analytics and processing power to where it’s most critical: clinics, hospitals, laboratories, operating room providers and in patient / personal homes. Cutting-edge computing and machine learning tools can verify data and produce relevant analysis in real time, transforming the healthcare system to operate at a macro level.

By processing data locally at the edge, healthcare facilities can minimize the constraints of traditional on-premises infrastructure. Such devices are already being used to deliver care in remote areas where connectivity may be scarce, creating more seamless care delivery, increasing diagnostic accuracy and speed, and managing the supply chain. It is about better delivery of health services to achieve faster results for patients.

The increasing adoption of smartphones, wearable devices and electronic medical records has made healthcare organizations in India the most “cloud-free” of any vertical. Here’s why edge computing is the future of India.

A solution to network latency

The growing adoption of smartphones, wearable devices, and electronic medical records has made healthcare organizations in the Asia Pacific region the most ‘cloud-friendly’ of any industry vertical, and is expected to be the regional market for the fastest growing digitization by 2028. Here’s why edge computing is the future of the Asia-Pacific region.

For example, using advanced AI and computer technology, wearable health monitors and fitness trackers locally collect and analyze data such as pulse rate, blood oxygen levels, and habits. sleep. Doctors can then use this data to assess patients on site. It also helps analyze historical data for trends or underlying health issues in a particular patient.

The use of peripheral devices that are detached from large healthcare networks makes accessing personal data much more problematic for cybercriminals. With state-of-the-art computing – especially when used through a hybrid, multi-cloud model – healthcare providers can ensure they are delivering the right services, to the right people, at the right time, without having to use offshore data centers – while minimizing downtime.

Innovation through data-driven healthcare
Healthcare data volumes are growing at an exponential rate as vendors seek advanced systems based on centralized technology that provide a 360-degree view. AI enables healthcare professionals to analyze patient data and respond in real time and this process is increasingly performed by machines at the edge. AI has now become so intrinsic throughout the healthcare lifecycle that use cases of cutting-edge IT solutions can be seen in almost any scenario of the medical lifecycle.

With the rise of the Internet of Health Things (IoHT), AI is being used not only for remote services, but also in ambulances, hospitals and even our homes. Emergency services professionals in vehicles can now communicate with doctors in real time. In hospitals, advanced computing and AI are enabling faster, more accurate diagnoses and automating drug delivery to people receiving health care at home in minutes or online, dramatically increasing availability of care .

Telehealth has become much more popular during the pandemic, generating huge volumes of data, consuming large amounts of bandwidth and cloud storage. The use of advanced technologies allows this data to be stored and processed locally to minimize the risks of not only network latency, but also attempted cyber attacks to gain access to a customer’s personal information.

Avoid threats by devaluing data

Data devaluation is the end of the game. With a multi-layered approach that includes the digitization of data, the overall cost of this information can be minimized, making it redundant if it falls into the hands of bad actors, organized crime and other cyber threats.

While it is essential for organizations to protect their external perimeter from threats, securing protected health information (PHI), patient personally identifiable information (PII) and payment data are of equal importance. Research has shown that each cyber attack can cost organizations up to A $ 31.3 million in estimated economic losses, and more than 50% are ransom-focused. An essential element of protection against these attacks is the devaluation of the transmitted data, rendering it of limited use or unusable for hackers.

Healthcare providers need to take advantage of the transition to the edge and be proactive by investing in software, such as point-to-point encryption, that will help protect against ransomware and other threats.

Pushing the Limits with State-of-the-Art Computing
As the Asia-Pacific IoT medical device market is expected to reach $ 95 billion by 2026, the healthcare industry is experiencing a paradigm shift in the way it structures, interacts, and manages patient personal data.

Going forward, organizations must learn to adapt to changing security environments that are increasingly threatened with exploitation. security at the periphery is now essential to ensure that healthcare providers can continue to use advanced computing to improve their ability to support the growth of the wider Asia-Pacific economy and to meet the ever-present need for better care, rapid decision-making and improved patient outcomes.

By Sandeep Bhambure, Vice President and General Manager, India and SAARC, Veeam Software and Nathan Steiner, Senior Director, Systems Engineering at Veeam Software

(DISCLAIMER: Opinions expressed are those of the author and ETHealthworld.com do not necessarily subscribe to it. ETHealthworld.com will not be liable for any damages caused to any person / organization directly or indirectly.)


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