iSirona Expands Into Asia

September 3rd, 2013 by admin Leave a reply »

Medical software company iSirona recently partnered with a Singapore-based technology company as part of its plan to extend its reach to the Asian continent. The Singaporean company, myHealth Sentinel, will help iSirona with sales, as well as implement its medical products throughout Asia.

CEO Dave Dyell explained:

“We’re looking forward to working with a respected Singaporean company to effectively support our groundbreaking software solutions in the Asia-Pacific region. Our goal is to work with Singapore’s Regional Healthcare Service providers to showcase iSirona’s industry leading solution.”

Referring to iSirona as “the number one device integration vendor in the industry,” myHealth stated it was “honored and excited” by the new partnership. William Chew, CEO and co-founder of the Singaporean company, said:

“As leaders in our respective fields, the combination of our telehealth expertise and iSirona’s advanced device connectivity solution provides a modular and cost-effective approach for integrating patient device data from across an extended enterprise to the EMR.”

Many hospitals in the United States utilize iSirona’s systems, including Duke University Health System, ProHealth Care, Ohio State University Medical Center, Children’s of Alabama and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.


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