HCL Technologies to help McLaren Health Care in digital transformation


HCL Technologies said that it has been selected by US health care company McLaren Health Care for executing its digital transformation project.

The Indian IT services company will help in setting up a global electronic medical record (EMR) center of excellence, and facilitate higher standards of service to providers, members, and employees.

Ron Strachan – Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at McLaren Health Care said: “At McLaren Health Care, we are committed to quality outcomes and this partnership will contribute to our fundamental vision and goals, which is to be the preferred healthcare provider to the communities we serve.

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“This pursuit to be more digital-forward reflects our commitment to ensure our hospitals provide best value in healthcare services to our patients, as defined by quality of outcomes and cost.”

HCL Technologies to help McLaren Health Care in digital transformation

HCL Technologies to help McLaren Health Care in digital transformation. Photo courtesy of Mohit Agarwal/Wikipedia.org.

HCL Technologies will provide IT services for all the 15 hospitals of McLaren Health Care located across Michigan and Ohio. The services include management and transformation of the digital infrastructure foundation and the core clinical and non-clinical applications by leveraging the company’s DRYICE automation framework.

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Shrikanth Shetty – Corporate Vice President at HCL Technologies said: “This past year has reminded us of the critical role the Healthcare industry’s plays for all of us and how technology can play a key role in enabling improved healthcare. We are proud to be the digital enablement partner for McLaren Health Care towards furthering its noble goal of providing affordable healthcare to all.”

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Earlier this month, HCL Technologies said that it will recruit 1,000 technology professionals in the UK for supporting its clients in the country and across the world.

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