Design, Strategy and Social

Health care warriors – Cutting edge technology in EHR right here in Pune, India

Category : Deejay's Blog Jun 16th, 2017

eHealthSystems, Pune is right in the midst of launching their product across the world and India. This is huge for the health care industry and it make me really proud that this company is based out of Pune. The gist of their product pitch is the concept of making available all your healthcare data in an app which can be updated and edited. But that’s not all – eHealthSystem have BIG plans on this product line. They have escalated this into a EHR data platform across all existing legacy systems and have branded it LIVEWIRE.

Here is a brief synopsis of the LIVEWIRE concept. Please do visit for more information and to get in touch with these health warriors!

Health Care – Big Data Streams and Analytics

Unstructured data in healthcare is of gigantic proportions and is growing every day. This data originates from devices, lab and path report, second opinions (even data from medical summits and conferences), clinical data and insurance and financial data. Analytics from this data will go a long way in improving patient care and increasing efficiency, especially in emergencies.

LIVEWIRE - eHealthSystem

LIVEWIRE – eHealthSystem


Healthcare data streams that will benefit from big data and analytics:


  • Electronic Health Record data (EHR): EHRs facilitate a comprehensive sharing of patient data with all healthcare stakeholders and applications. EHRs would be classified as data which includes diagnosis, prescriptions, treatment, lab and path tests and radiology.
  • Organ Donation: Increasingly, we feel the need for data structure in the vertical of organ and cadaver donation.
  • Research: Data relating to clinical trials data, biomedical research data and genomic data.
  • Social: This is data pertaining to the patient’s behavior, sentiment and other personal or observed social data.
  • Medical Device Data: This is all the relevant patient-centric medical device data either from the hospital or from home.
  • Claims: These are the documents that hospitals, clinics and doctors need to submit to insurance companies to get reimbursed. These Claim documents are data intensive and medications, dosage, dates, ICD codes, the ID of the healthcare provider and the cost of the intervention.