EasyManage Health Plus

Solutions for healthcare sector!

Health Apps

Coming Soon!

  • Healthcare providers such as Doctors, Hospitals, Labs, Pharmacies share medical records and healthcare experience with patients
  • Based on Vendor Portable Record (VPR) technology
  • Store patient medical records from multiple doctors and providers in the same archive

Health AI

Coming Soon!

  • Advanced decision support software tools for healthcare providers and caregivers worldwide.
  • Solutions to interpret patient data, including lab results and images, faster & better. Give better patient care, expedite report delivery.

EasyManage Health AI Difference

Avoid AI silos with a VPR based analytics platform!

For medical imaging, the advent of advanced analytics and AI is threatening to bring back silos after adopting VNA.
VPR based AI platforms avoids silos as they work in 2 stages.
First stage of scanning thru metadata layers is to understand where the actual data for analytics will come from -for second stage-.

Vendor Portable Records (VPR)

Use Vendor Portable Records (VPR) for interoperability and avoiding AI silos

A Vendor Portable Records (VPR) held in Vendor Portable Archive (VPA) is a technology in which records & data (including media & files) are stored (archived) in a vendor-specific format but with a standard interface, such that they can be accessed in a vendor-portable manner by any vendor apps.
So such records & data, which are essentially part of application information or app contents, which include structured records, documents, pictures (and potentially any content from apps) become portable or simply exchangeable. Such VPRs are responsive and can adjust to or fit inside other apps.
The simplest example is "a patient medical record in VPR form that stores medical records from multiple doctors (vendors) in the same location or archive and such that it can be accessed in a vendor-portable manner by any existing or new doctor (vendor) for review".

So-called "vendor portability" is implied by the ability to hold vendor-specific formats but with standard interface, and the portability is with respect to vendor-specific apps and systems that produce or consume those VPRs (e.g., for sharing, distribution or analysis, with or without specific workflows, such as for EMR apps and medical devices).