A software development company based in the Philippines is set to launch LifeCloud, a cloud-based information system that would “improve the quality of life” in the country’s healthcare, lifestyle, business and education sectors.
LifeCloud is the latest project by software developer LiFEDATA Systems Inc. and will be featured at the “Digital LiFE Congress and Expo” from November 14 to 16 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.
HealthCloud was developed by the company in partnership with Globe Telecom.
Healthcloud will feature three major applications: HealthCloud MD, HealthCloud Patient and HealthCloud HMO.
Malu Florendo, LiFEDATA Systems chief executive officer, said that the aim of the project is to link all systems for medical records and allow doctors, patients, and health maintenance organization to access these records wherever they are and whenever they want them, as long as they have Internet connection.
“For instance, let say your medical records are in Manila, and then you get sick in Tawi-Tawi, you don’t have to return to Manila just to obtain your medical records. You can just open it from your mobile phone or from the web,” said Florendo.
“Wouldn’t it be good if you had access to your own medical history?” said Globe’s Francisco Claravall.
“In the US, a system like this actually saves a doctor two hours a day,” Claravall added.
For the lifestyle sector, the Florendo said that the company has developed systems “that digitize processes for the hospitality industry.” One such app is the Menu Ordering System Terminal that covers reservations, orders and cashier management for food establishments.
For education is the iStudent app, which provides services for students, parents, teachers and school administrators, while for the business sector there is the Life Rewards program, which LiFEDATE said will help businesses grow their profit, expand their customer base, increase brand loyalty, and enhance the company’s image.
Jan Erickc. Tutaan