Singapore, Singapore, February 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- IAHG [International Advanced Healing Group, Ltd.], the Singapore-based healing management technology group, along with its wholly-owned US-based subsidiary AHI (Advanced Health Institute, Inc.) says it will continue discussions with the Minnesota Procurement Technical Assistance Center in an effort to reach companies in the state which deal with the Bureau of Veterans’ Affairs with a view to securing further implementations of its HOOP software platform.
The Minnesota Procurement Technical Assistance Center deal with a large number of private companies that undertake to hire American war veterans who have suffered injuries whilst on active duty in locations around the world.
International Advanced Healing Group believes that by gaining access to those companies that hire veterans within the state, it can hopefully generate a cascade effect that increases the number of implementations of the software package.
A spokesperson for IAHG said, “American veterans have pledged their lives to protect the innocent both at home and abroad and we salute their brave efforts. Sadly, with the upward pressures on the cost of provision of healthcare for those with chronic conditions arising from injuries sustained showing no sign of easing, the onus is placed on community health facilities to mitigate rising costs as they are able. Our HOOP platform has been shown to be capable of ensuring that costs can be trimmed significantly without impacting adversely upon the quality of the care provided to patients.”
International Advanced Healing Group says that at the heart of the drive with the Minnesota Procurement Technical Assistance Center is the belief that greater healthcare provision cost savings can be achieved more widely with the assistance of agencies or bodies that serve large group that may be poorly-served by current state healthcare budgets.
HOOP is an internet-based, cloud-enabled wound management system which, as well as being compatible with all desktop and mobile devices equipped with a browser, also complies with strict rules governing the protection of privacy of patient information in the US, Europe and several Asian jurisdictions. It delivers wound management reports, patient care plans and solutions while recording time savings on procedures and administration thereby freeing time for healthcare professionals to spend more time interacting with patients.
About Advanced Health Institute, Inc.
AHI was formed in 2005 with a goal to provide a more effective and efficient clinical solution to heal chronic wounds. After a strategic reorganization in 2013, AHI is now positioned to move aggressively towards fulfilling its Vision: To transform the wound care segment of the healthcare industry by providing a Formulary process that improves the health and care of the patient while reducing the cost burden to all stakeholders. AHI has been a revenue-generating company since 2007 with the first two non-revenue producing years devoted to building algorithms, testing products, documenting case histories, comparing outcomes of AHS treated chronic wound patients with outcomes of patients treated by traditional protocols.
About International Advanced Healing Group, Ltd.
International Advanced Healing Group is a multinational company that has developed a trainable, repeatable, scalable system and protocol that is applicable across all types of wound care. Through their research and development IAHG has become the leader of information, technology and outcomes in the wound care field. No other area of health care has taken the time to collect the data that we have, data that drives the decision mechanism this system provides.