Small Indian IT Companies Registering Upswing Owing To US Virtual Healthcare Policy

by Paul Joseph on August 13, 2013 · 0 comments

Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) in the Internet, and Information Technology Segment are registering a reassuring upswing in adoption and approach due to refined policies adopted by the US Government. Multiple Indian companies, who are no match in size and capacity to the likes of Infosys or TCS, have been able to get good business. Interestingly, this upswing is not because of increased interest by foreign companies who need tech services in the US, but people or individuals residing in the United States of America (USA). The population is trying to derive benefit from the revised healthcare policies and apparently need Indian Companies to streamline the tech part of the process. In the past we have seen multiple Indian startups coming up with interesting options in the Virtual Healthcare business. From fixing appointments with specialists to medicine sale and delivery techniques, tech companies have simplified multiple complex tasks associated with one of the most elementary requirements of modern society. Obama’s Government has been taking efforts to redefine mass healthcare policies in the US, collectively known as ObamaCare. Accordingly, the residents are entitled to multiple benefits under various policies and schemes. Companies registered and operational in the US are gearing up to adopt the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Indian companies have become proactive and are at the forefront of offering Data Analysis engines, creating remotely managed healthcare information exchange services, maintaining and ensuring quick retrieval of electronic health records, among other highly critical tasks. One of the more interesting avenues seems to be assisting citizens and companies in choosing and optimizing their healthcare insurance policies by extensively studying the prevalent mechanism and process structure. A couple of such companies are Chennai-based Scio Analytics and Noida’s hCentive , who design insurance policies, and cloud technology provider SmartRx which provides insights to insurance firms that helps cut costs and tailor products according to the needs of the consumers. Large companies have always preferred to conduct business with their equal counterparts, but citizens in their individual capacities seem inclined to firms which are more moderate in size. This is what seems to be the basis for the enhanced traction . Do you think the Indian Tech Companies should now also include the general population as their clients? Source | Times Of India Image Courtesy |   thehindu Looking For A Social Media Agency?? – Contact WATConsult – India’s Leading Social Media Agency

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