Healthcare Triangle unveils business in Singapore; expands digital healthcare

By Vinisha Joshi  | Date: 2022-07-26

Healthcare Triangle unveils business in Singapore; expands digital healthcare

Digital healthcare and life science solutions provider, Healthcare Triangle Inc has reportedly launched its operations in Singapore to reinforce digital healthcare throughout the APAC region.

The company plans to invest around USD 25 million in the city-state and create more than 500 jobs over the next five years.

The launch was made official in the presence of the High Commissioner of India P. Kumaran along with other revered dignitaries.

Currently, the Asia Pacific region is experiencing a rise in the integration of virtual healthcare and a rise in the digitalization of healthcare institutions has further expedited the adoption of digital health platforms.

Healthcare Triangle CEO and Chairman Suresh Venkatachari asserted that the company’s APAC regional headquarters will be in Singapore which is a supportive and encouraging place for global businesses.

The company’s joint venture regional expansion will boost innovation and reinforce Singapore’s role as a medical innovation hub. With its experienced working in the developing health tech industry in the United States, Healthcare Triangle intends to help healthcare firms scale their innovation in the region.

According to credible sources, collaborations and partnerships will be crucial in the post-pandemic era for scalability and business growth. Healthcare Triangle has focused on bolstering collaborations and partnerships that create robust and better digital healthcare solutions.

The company is certified by HITRUST and is a premier partner of Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud (GCP), and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer multi-cloud services to consumers.

To offer complete digital healthcare solutions, the firm has joined forces with leading EHR (Electronic Health Records) vendors MEDITECH and Epic. These vendors have a complete network of partners that enables them to bolster global and regional healthcare projects.

In the Asia Pacific, the company plans to tap into the leading diversified enterprise Shankar Group with a presence in the Middle East, South Asia, Australia, and Japan to extend its services throughout the ecosystem.

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