At Sapio, Our Vision Is To Enable Policy Formulators And Stakeholders To Use Intelligence Of Data Thereby, Following The Three Mantras Of
All leading to complex decision making everyday
Cost of each decision is too high
Impacting lives of patients Revenue of hospital Healthcare & Governance Ecosystem
Therefore, enabling the need for a smart data backed Decision Support System.
This can ensure that the complexities of the network become the strength instead of weakness
Integrating all the basic / traditional systems so that they can start talking to each other in a manner such that useful outputs can be derived out of it. The smart elements can further extract the value of the data being already captured, providing insights which cannot be seen using traditional systems alone.
Urban Centres/ Smart Cities
Research & Development
Smart Hospital Ecosystem
Target hospital: Government / Municipal Hospitals
There are multiple government and municipal hospitals in any urban centre
A large number of data is being collected (yet, at some places digitisation of such data remains a challenge)
Thereby, introducing the concept to ‘Smart Hospital’ (meant for supporting all stakeholders of a hospital), which can be ensured with the following steps:
Citizen Engagement: Patients’ portals allow the focus to be on citizens while designing the smart layers.
Phase I – selection of single hospital for pilot purpose.
Phase II – enhancement and interdepartmental interlinkages for enhanced and optimized hospital operations and patient lifecycle.
Phase III – scaling the existing model to ‘Ward’ level (after successful completion of trial).
Phase IV – ward level interlinkages which can enable a smart policy up to hyperlocal level. This can further be enhanced with the help of our existing ‘Hyperlocal Consumer Behaviour Identifier Tool’. Interconnected modules with interconnected hospitals but in a single ward can lead to generation of important and interesting insights which can help revolutionize the healthcare infrastructure up to the ward level.
Phase V – pan city scaling of the model for city level analysis. Phase
Phase VI – conversion of all existing government hospitals into Smart Hospitals, evaluation and certification of existing private hospitals on level of smartness, and new templates for creation of new hospitals.
Target: Primary Health Care Centres
There are multiple small centres in rural areas, but their effectiveness needs to be increased multiple times, by using digitisation technologies
Many new centres can be created with very limited workforce and budget using the concept of smart hospitals
Localised rural-level research and development with an evaluation of preventive and curative methods can help improve efficiency of the healthcare system
Phase I – Identification of Rural areas that need special focus
Phase II – Resource optimization in the Rural Areas
Phase III – Making Centres “Smart”
Phase IV – Creating New A.I. driven Primary Centres or Hybrid Primary Centres (based on extent of digitisation in rural areas)
Research & Development