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  • Title needs change: It should suggest the topic - eg: PARAS - Innovative HMIS solution from Srishti
  • Reduce the number of points - Identify key points and retain only the same.
  • Title: Srishti’s vision for PARAS I am not able to relate to the points. What does it mean for a buyer. Can we have some thing simple Eg: To be recognized a world class health care solution and provide one stop shop for all HMIS needs. Towards this PARAS will implement best in class * Health care processes *Resource management processes * Integrate our solution with best in breed software and hardware and software components * Achieve lower TCO to our customers
  • Let us have 3 to 4 value propositions Predictible implementation Implementation of best practices tailored to local needs Enables better decision making by providing realtime view of data Engineered for future 1) Predictible implementation: Efffective planning, optimal resource usage 2) Best practices: tracking of resources, prevention of fraud, better planning
  • Paras LIS

    1. 1. PARAS- Laboratory Information SystemSrishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd.,Bangalore - 560102, India
    2. 2. Company Profile• Began operations in 1997 & reconstituted in 2005 – Current Employee strength 150• Product focused Company with global reach.• Finalist of Red Herring 100 Asia, 2010.• Awarded Top 10 Emerging companies from NASSCOM EMERGE Forum• Honoree in the Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2009 Program conducted by Deloitte.• Honoree in the NASSCOM EMERGE 50 Software category for the year 2009.• Honoree in the Technology Fast 50 India 2009 Program conducted by Deloitte.• "Consistently among the top 100 IT innovators in India" - NASSCOM Survey, 2007.• Rated SE 1A by ONICRA Performance and Credit rating.• Management profile at: © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    3. 3. PARAS: EvolutionGlobal survey, involving more than 130 hospitals, including 73 in India. Following key areasof concern were discovered:Key areas of concern Business/ Clinical ImpactNon availability of an affordable single • Forced to look at multiple products / vendorsProduct Suite, covering all healthcare and manage inherent risks related toprovider ‘Business’ & ‘Clinical’ processes, deployment, integration & maintenancein an optimally comprehensive way. emerging out of this scenario. • Escalated Total Cost Of Ownership.Available products lacking bi-directional Not possible to Implement modern managementintegration and balance between ‘Business’ techniques related to Healthcare Enterprise& ‘Clinical’ processes. Management. Ex. Ineffective cash flow management.Inability to document payment claims as High Rejection Ratio of Payment Claims byper the ever changing requirements of institutional payers leading to considerableCorporate / Insurance / TPA payers. revenue loss.No Clinical and Administrative Tracking Poor Customer Relationship Management.possible of Healthcare Recipients. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    4. 4. PARAS: Evolution Key areas of concern Business/ Clinical Impact Reccuring episodes of solution non- • Endangering patient care and safety. availability, lack of data security and • Risking privacy and confidentiality of virus threats. patient. Product performance degradation as • Low productivity. business improved [requiring higher • Bad customer experience. number of transactions at faster • Forced to look for a new solution. speed]. Difficult or impossible to get changes • Forced to use existing functionality. made to the solution. High vendor • Denying on-time enablement of dependency. Longer waiting period. management vision. Implementation failures/delays. Resulting in cost escalations and business disruptions. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    5. 5. PARAS: Vision“Enable health care providers deliver superior care to their customers by implementing best in class administrative, clinical and management practices” © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    6. 6. PARAS - The Intent• When you are running a hospital, last thing on your mind should be running the hospital.• PARAS helps you achieve this by being optimally relevant to your needs.• It also allows you to focus on your primary business - better patient care. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    7. 7. PARAS Overview © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    8. 8. Differentiated Advantages - SolutionDifferentiated Advantage Benefit to customerComprehensive solution covering all Reduces need for multiple vendor / solutionsneeds of a modern healthcare provider. thereby lowering costs, risk & effort.Bilateral Integration of Administrative & Ability to plan & manage resources (Human,Clinical workflow. financial, material) based on real time data.Functionality and Compliance-to- Global class functionality at affordable price.Standards measures head-to-head withglobal big brand products.Multi Locational n Tier Hierarchical design. Ability to manage / administer hospitals at multiple locations from enterprise headquarters.User defined Abstract Role creation Ease of administration by defining organizationfunctionality to exactly map the institutional wide policy and mapping of users to userprocess flow and create entitlement. defined functionality grouping, rather than Modules or Sub-Modules.High Configurability, using concepts of Successful implementation -> simpler‘Service’ & ‘Station’. administration -> Quicker RoI. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    9. 9. Differentiated Advantages - SolutionDifferentiated Advantage Benefit to customerProduct is a web application engineered Ease of deployment and Web 2.0 + standards.Conforms to Standards of ‘High No risk of service disruption and non availabilityAvailability’ and ‘Fault Tolerance’. Third of patient record during clinical standard lab certification.Product conforms to international Privacy Hospital can participate in globalized healthcare& Security standards. delivery.Solution is fully scalable. Increase in load No solution obsolescence as business grows.does not require any change in software, No large upfront investment at initial stage.only hardware needs to be added.Based on Open standards, using off the No lock-in to single vendor / technology forshelf hardware and software (OS / software / hardware.Database). Significant cost saving on database license.Adherence to global standards w.r.t. Future proofing w.r.t. Business intelligence /design, data and interface. Data Warehousing needs. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    10. 10. Differentiated Advantages - Labs, AncillaryDifferentiated Advantage Benefit to customerComprehensive and seamlessly integrated Lab Achieves completeness to the offering.Information System [LIS]. Configurable for Also provides flexibility duringInternal / External Labs. implementation. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    11. 11. Differentiated Advantages - SrishtiDifferentiated Advantage Benefit to customerAn ISO 9000:2001, focused product company, THE CUSTOMER will benefit from Srishti’scompeting & delivering globally. best practices regarding product development and implementationHas a product road map for over a decade. THE CUSTOMER will be assured of receiving newer versions of the product conforming to standard developments in the field100% successful product implementation Gains of successful and timely (early)record across geographies implementation are in terms of cost savings and enablement of Management visionONICRA rating of SE AA+ THE CUSTOMER knows the Financial Health of the company from which is buying a product © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    12. 12. Value PropositionValue Proposition BenefitPredictability of Implementation and pro-active On-time implementation reduces costs andmanagement of Roll Out risks enables Management vision on time[Srishti has 100% implementation record]Bi-directional integration between ‘Business’ & •Leads to stoppage of revenue leakages‘Clinical’ processes and material/financial mismanagement. •Brings in huge operational cost reduction and real-time management of resourcesHigh configurability Leading to very low vendor dependency in effecting business changesImplementation of best practices tailored to Ability to deliver improved patient carelocal needs conforming to local clinical, administrative, accreditation & legislative requirements. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    13. 13. Value PropositionValue Proposition BenefitDynamic Role Creation that shifts from •Increases efficiency and productivityclassical module wise access approach to •Simplifies administration sincefunctionality group based approach. administrator has to only map ‘Users’ to ‘Roles’, which is easy to create using job description/designation •Reduced errors due to assigning wrong permissions •Prevents ordinary users from accessing un-authorized data employing ‘URL Replay’Providing real-time view of key organizational Enabling business owners in takingdata informed business decisionsEngineered for future Reducing frequent re-investments in technology © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    14. 14. Lab workflow PARAS Flexible configuration tools allow Admin to easily maintain their Laboratory’s unique workflow and business rules through pre defined or ad hoc system lifecycle © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    15. 15. Lab workflow A unique flow diagram inside laboratory department maintained by PARAS LIMS © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    16. 16. Lab workflow The Request for the lab test is sent from either the front office or the doctors work bench © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    17. 17. Lab workflow Lab test can be done once the billing happens for the selected lab tests. The billing rates are maintained in the masters of the applications. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    18. 18. Lab workflow Once the billing happens, the requisition goes automatically to the sample collector screen under “ Request list”. The collector performs further action of collecting the sample for requested test. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    19. 19. Lab workflow After sample is been collected it goes to the respective department for further result recording and undergoing various stages of billed,reported, recorded, approved, and rejected. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    20. 20. Lab workflow Once the result is reported it comes to the “Lab In charge” screen which is reviewed by the incharge and accordingly a flag is generated whether it is correct or liable for rejection. © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    21. 21. Test result screen Screen to demonstrate how a test result looks and how it is captured in the system © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    22. 22. Sample Test report Sample clinical Haematology Test report © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    23. 23. Sample Clientele - PARAS HMIS• Zydus Hospitals Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad• Centre for Sight, New Delhi• Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre, Delhi• SUT Hospital, Thiruvananthapuram• SUT Royal Hospital, Thiruvananthapuram• K G Hospital, Coimbatore• TATA Chemicals Hospital, MIthapur• TATA Chemicals Hospital, Babrala• Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology, Bangalore• Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences & Research, Mysore• Narayana Nethralaya, Bangalore• Mahavir Cancer Sansthan, Patna• Prashanth Memorial Charitable Hospital, Muzaffarpur2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd ©
    24. 24. Sample Clientele - Isabel CDSS Continued … © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    25. 25. Featured Clients [Isabel CDSS] Continued … © 2010 Srishti Software Applications Pvt. Ltd
    26. 26. Thank youFeedback / Questions?