Staying healthy is an imperative issue and a buzzword amongst the human fraternity. Despite all the technological advancement made by human curiosity, the human aspect of leveraging and delivering information technology for patient care is not sufficient, even today. Healthcare deficiencies in the world are causing indefinite tribulations to human kind, which is further augmented by disconnected healthcare systems. Scarcity of medical experts in close vicinities has created difficulties for people in rural as well as urban India to access appropriate healthcare on time.In light of the above, healthcare systems need reinstatement on a common platform. Thus, the initiative of integration of healthcare with information communication technology has emerged very strongly.
The Founding of MITYUNG
Born in Garbyang - the holy valley of the Himalayas in northern India, Narendra Singh Garbyal, Co-Founder, MITYUNG, is an innovator and entrepreneur. He started his voyage of innovations in information communication technology under the auspices of the Department of Science & Technology (Govt. of India), at Science & Technology Entrepreneurs' Park in NOIDA, with MITYUNG, in 2009.
He had a pragmatic vision- to connect global human ecology through technological advancements for leveraging resources unreachable due to geographical limitations. Having had over 14 years of professional experience with companies like Fiserv and MD Synergy in the healthcare arena, Narendra found every gap that could be filled with technology and thus MITYUNG - My Indian Technology Young- was born.
“Since my childhood, I always liked the scientific component of medicine but my technological aptitude propelled my academics into engineering. At the same time, I always dreamt of starting a business with a high level of social responsibility,” says Narendra.
MITYUNG, an Information Communication Technology company has a set of core technologies for cloud computing application development and has built MDYantra, a system to enable a global healthcare ecosystem on the cloud. Envisioning a global collaboration platform to enable healthcare omnipresence, this platform co-locates healthcare providers (physicians, hospitals, labs, and pharmacies) and consumers for integrated patient care services and enables communication amongst the medical fraternity.
Omnipresent Healthcare Ecosystem
MDYantra is used by the medical fraternity to automate their clinical processes, resulting in a 30% efficiency gain. Presently, over 100 providers and more than 30,000 Consumers are active on MDYantra. This platform also allows consumers (patients) to centralize their medical history and get healthcare access from experts, globally. It provides direct and universal access to prescriptions, reports, DICOMs and data to doctors and patients alike, and also integrates healthcare establishments. It helps consumers choose the appropriate doctor for them, thus enabling healthcare omnipresence for the masses.
MITYUNG offers MDYantra as a PaaS (Platform as a Service) for EMR, PACS, Medical Collaboration, Telemedicine, Patient Management System, Clinical Information Exchange and more.
MITYUNG is constantly evolving technologies to further strengthen MDYantra to bridge very gap in rural healthcare by enabling access to medical experts in urban settings.
Based on the growth of healthcare allied industries and other catalyst markets in India, MDYantra is designed to leverage usage scenarios by providing the initial innovation impetus and broadening market acquisition by leveraging industry growth. The present market size in India alone is estimated to be approximately 12 Billion USD and expected to reach 60 Billion USD by 2017. With the vision to enable global healthcare ecosystem for touching the millions of lives, to support their healthcare needs, Narendra’s voracious desire of social value generation as an entrepreneur, stands fulfilled.
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