Based out of Mumbai, Inspira Enterprise is a leading Digital Transformation Company, with its centers of excellence in Healthcare, Cyber security, Block chain, Cloud, Big Data & Analytics, Intelligent Automation, Internet of Things, Intelligent Traffic Management System and Networking. Inspira help clients to maximize their performance by leveraging best talents, having technical expertise & domain-wide knowledge, innovative management philosophy and comprehensive portfolio of services. Inspira Enterprise’s vision is to provide high quality, cost-efficient and highly secured IT solutions that enable the convergence of applications and emerging technologies for e-Governance, BFSI, and enterprises. In a rendezvous with the CEO, he explains how Inspira is bringing about a change in the healthcare delivery.
In conversation with Manoj Kanodia, CEO, Inspira Enterprise
Healthcare has gone one full circle with the digital transformation and it still looks like technologies have just started to enter the domain. As a healthcare technology domain player, how is Inspira Enterprise aligned with new-age technologies coming in?
Sure, there is a huge digital transformation happening in healthcare. We are coming up with lots of new technologies like blockchain, AIML intended healthcare framework. Inspira is an CMMi Level III, ISO-27001-20000 and ITIL Certified Company catering to customers in the government institutes (central ministries & state departments), Health, defense, agriculture, public sector undertakings, banking financial services insurance, IT/ITeS and enterprise verticals. This is also the reason why we are taking projects from both the central and state governments in India through which we can help the
government of India not only to generate employment but actively contribute in the healthcare digital transformation for India. Looking forward, Inspira is going to engage with lot of GoI’s digital health policies.
The use of more sophisticated information technology tools and techniques is imperative in order for organizations to obtain a competitive advantage. Elaborate on your distinguished services & solutions that distinguishes Inspira Enterprise from its competitors?
We are working in this domain for the last 6 years and have taken a gamut of healthcare IT projects in India. We are currently managing more than 40,000 beds. Our application has complete modular scalability. The architecture is very robust and flexible in design and easy to deploy for multispecialty hospitals, primary, secondary and public health facilities. Further, in 2019, we are designing healthcare applications in blockchain architecture too. Our leading USP is having a large range of products in healthcare which includes HMIS, EMREHR, telemedicine, PACS, BI, mobile app, and patient portal, thereby enabling ourselves to serve the customer’s end-to-end purpose.
Inspira Enterprise’s vision is to provide high quality, cost-efficient and highly secured IT solutions
Earlier we started with HMIS, a normal healthcare information system digitizing the primary, secondary, and tertiary care facilities. After the implementation of HIMS in different government and private medical colleges, we were met with other requisites of people which helped us to broaden our area of healthcare application. Firstly, we introduced Telemedicine, which helps us to avail remote consultancy. This enables a lot of primary centers to connect to super-specialty hospitals where people can easily get medical facilities. Besides, telemedicine gets posted on the cloud where patient records and registrations get uploaded. It is integrated with our EMR, which is one of the models of HMIS. Once the patient has the ID, he or she can visit the clinic without worrying about reports; all
are present in their account. Additionally, we have also implemented PACS, which is a picture archiving and communication system with Teleradiology. It generates a soft copy of medical images DICOM (x-ray, MRI, etc) which get attached with patients prescription on the cloud so that a doctor attending to the patient can view all clinical reports in a single window without wasting time on searching for it. Inspira’s mission is to achieve profitable & sustainable growth in the healthcare sector for all kind of medical attention.
Please narrate one of your achievements that have left a foot print in Inspira’s journey to success.
We are currently instituting with the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. More than 400+ health facilities with 55,000 OPDs per day, 70,000 medical of equipments, and 7,800 doctors are being managed by us for different medical facilities. We are managing all health facilities; i.e., hospitals, maternity homes, dispensaries, public health centers, vaccination centers, and childcare. Therefore, we covered almost the entire health facility of MCGM. We have already implemented these facilities in Kalpana Chawla Medical College in Karnal, Safadarjung Medical College and now implementing Coal India’s 21 Hospitals with 2000 bed and 1000+ users, Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute in Calcutta 500 bedded eastern India’s first Govt Cancel Hospital, Vadodara Smart City, Dahod Smart City and many more.
What further innovation do you plan to introduce in your healthcare technology portfolio of offerings?
We already have a range of COEs (Centre of Excellence) including healthcare, RPA, Blockchain, SOC and Cloud Services. Our current R&D focus for this year in Healthcare is mostly to get the Blockchain based framework and using AIML to enhance the patient care like our recent launch of speech to text in Clinical EMR with medical coding and Chatbot based patient appointment scheduling and Clinical reports such as pathology and radiology. We are also focusing on RCM (Revenue cycle management) to make that complete Aayushman Bharat ready to deploy which can itself generate an eClaim from HIMS and can have API based integration with existing GoI Aayushman Bharat Transaction Management System (TMS).