A leading healthcare technology solutions and service provider company, CitiusTech, has announced its adoption of IBM Cloud Paks for powering its FAST+ solution to improve healthcare interoperability. FAST+ solution of CitiusTech is aimed at healthcare organizations’ FHIR-based solution to meet with different interoperability needs, which include Patient Access Rule and compliance to CMS’ Interoperability. From the solution, healthcare organizations get a strong platform for consent management, FHIR data repository, standardize information, and also allows real-time data access.
“We are excited to spread our teamwork with IBM,” said SVP of Partnerships and Strategy at CitiusTech, Manish Sharma. “Our adoption of IBM’s open technology ecosystem pays for better scalability and tractability to our customer’s lasting interoperability requirements.”
CitiusTech is a portion of IBM's cloud Pak ecosystem, an enterprise to support associates of all types to assist clients to accomplish and streamline workloads from bare-metal to multi-cloud with Red Hat OpenShift, the business's leading initiative Kubernetes platform.
CitiusTech is powering Cloud Engagement Fund IBM, recognized as part of IBM's $1 billion assets into its ecosystem, to get technical resources and cloud acclaims to provision migration of client workloads to open hybrid cloud settings, such as IBM Cloud. By means of contributions from IBM Cloud, such as the IBM Kubernetes Service (IKS), the company can advance more value from its information to support speed the growth of new tools intended to improve competence for the manufacturing.
The company has a sturdy digital innovation exercise that emphasizes helping customers assume enterprise-wide change creativities using IBM technology stages including IBM BigInsights, IBM Cloud Pak, IBM Netezza, IBM Unified Data Models, and IBM Cognos Analytics for Healthcare.
CitiusTech is a well-known technology for healthcare industry services and various solutions for health tech companies, payers, providers, and life sciences organizations. The company has around 4,000 professionals globally. CitiusTech allows healthcare groups to drive medical value chain superiority.