US healthcare IT firm expanding India operations

February 17th, 2012 - 12:19 am ICT by IANS  

Bangalore, Feb 16 (IANS) Major US healthcare IT firm Allscripts is expanding its India operations to deliver healthcare information solutions to hospitals and physicians for improving patient care, the company said Thursday.

“We are expanding our solutions’ development centres in Bangalore, Pune and Baroda to create innovative solutions for healthcare professionals to improve patient care,” Allscripts vice-president Cliff Meltzer said in a statement here.

In addition, the company will hire about 300 development professionals this year at lateral, mid and entry levels to spur growth and enhance operational efficiency.

“Our game plan is to build a world-class solutions development organisation by focusing on right people, key solutions and best practices to deliver industry-leading solutions capabilities, performance and innovation,” Meltzer said.

By hosting key clients in India, the company wants healthcare experts to see first-hand how it develops solutions they use.

“We would like to hear directly from our clients how our solutions work in action to provide the best patient care,” Allscripts India operations president Nitin Deshpande said in the statement.

According to Cancer Treatment Centres of America (CTCA), which treats patients for complex cancer disease at its facilities in Chicago, Philadelphia, Tulsa and Phoenix, Allscripts solutions provide access to a single patient record, ensuring up-to-date information and streamlining patient care.

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