Lincor to showcase hospital IT at Arab Health
Dubai, January 28, 2013
Ireland-based Lincor Solutions, a leader in point of care computing, will showcase the latest developments in MediVista, a content, services and application delivery platform at Arab Health opening today in Dubai.
These include significant enhancements to the MediVista enterprise server, new hardware and a preview of future developments.
"When you look at the participation in Arab Health, it is clear that this region is leading the way in new standards of patient care", said Richard Cooke Lincor, CEO." We are beginning to see significant investment coming on stream and it is clear that the patient will be the priority in this new wave of healthcare innovation.”
"We have seen a renewed level of interest in MediVista in the Middle East as its ability to power improvements in patient care and operational efficiencies make it the obvious choice for this new generation of hospitals,” said Canice McKee, sales director Middle East, Lincor.
"It is no coincidence that our most significant customer engagement globally is with a hospital in this region. We are partnering with them to develop a brand new, exclusive patient services application that combines the vision of a leading hospital group with the proven power of MediVista and a new generation of hardware.”
Lincor has developed an exclusive tablet-based solution that allows access to the MediVista system via a unique, redesigned interface, a company statement said.
Utilising the latest robust, clinical tablet technology this system will provide access to services such as food ordering, patient education, environment controls (such as air conditioning, lighting etc.) and internet browsing plus a range of entertainment services such as TV, Music, Audio books and Movies on Demand.
The 38th Arab Health Exhibition and Congress will run until January 31 at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre. – TradeArabia News Service
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