Taking the Pulse of healthcare with the PulseMedPlus HIS

Gitex 2002 sees launch of PulseMedPlus, a new version of Hospital Information System (HIS), by Infinite Dimensions.

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By  Kate Concannon Published  October 14, 2002

GITEX 2002 marks the launch of PulseMedPlus, a new version of Hospital Information System (HIS) from Infinite Dimensions, Inc. The company is promoting its healthcare services in conjunction with partner E-Learning and Enterprise Resource Planning, a part of the Dubai Internet City (DIC) community pavilion.

Healthcare-related solutions have been a core strength for Infinite Dimensions along with its focus on ERP, E-learning, telecom and web applications.

This multinational, American software firm claims aggressive plans for Middle East regional growth from its DIC base, with support from its head office in Vienna, Virginia, USA and branch offices in London and Bangalore. Todd Francis, vice president - US Operations of Infinite Dimensions is attending Gitex this year.

Its flagship hospital management software, PULSE, has been implemented in over 25 hospitals. In the Middle East, PULSE has been successfully implemented in a number of healthcare institutions, the most notable being Dar Al Shifa hospital at Abu Dhabi, and it is under implementation at the Dh100 million Belhoul-Apollo Hospital in Dubai, set to be opened this winter.

The enterprise solution is based on ACCPAC superior object-oriented, multi-tiered architecture supporting unlimited users and requiring powerful analysis and reporting, customization options, multicurrency and multilingual support.

Abdul Zahir, vice president and Middle East managing director, comments: "We are confident that being part of the DIC pavilion will help focus the attention of the Government and private sector on our health care and e-education products."

The well established Apollo Hospital Group has treated over six million patients since its establishment and has performed over half a million major surgeries and over a million other special procedures. "It has been an exciting experience working with a group with this type of health care domain knowledge," added Zahir.

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