Riyadh – Mubasher: The International Medical Center (IMC) penned a strategic partnership with creative data technology provider InterSystems to implement InterSystems TrakCare® electronic medical record system across its hospital and clinics in Jeddah.
TrakCare will be implemented in IMC Hospital, Petro Rabigh Clinic and The First Clinic, Tadawi Center, and First Scan, according to a press release on Tuesday.
“Implementing TrakCare in IMC will integrate all our clinical, administrative, and financial data within the same application, especially the comprehensive Revenue Cycle Management module... Choosing TrakCare will further compliment IMC and will help achieving further healthcare accreditations like HIMSS stage 7,” said chief information officer (CIO) at IMC, Muhammad Siddiqui.
The partnership underpins IMC’s commitment to align with the Saudi Vision 2030 to provide world-class healthcare services to patients through tech innovations and digitisation.
“As a leading private hospital in Saudi, IMC is paving the way for more private hospitals in the kingdom to adopt cloud-hosted EMR solutions such as TrakCare as a Service which will empower them to achieve their goals without making major capital expenditures,” remarked regional managing director at InterSystems, Michel Amous.
For his part, country manager for the Middle East and India at InterSystems, Ali Abi Raad, said, “We are expanding our footprint across Saudi Arabia and by way of this strategic partnership, we are excited to support IMC, the nation’s leading private hospital, in building a robust healthcare information system for advanced care delivery and enhanced patient experience.”
IMC is joining a large and growing community of clients across 25 countries, who work closely with InterSystems to benefit from the global best practices built into TrakCare.