Kingston, Jamaica - May 09, 2017 – The Caribbean’s leading healthcare technology provider, Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) today launched its Medical Practice Management System...
Not many Jamaicans will soon forget the impact of the chik-V outbreak a few years ago.
The Caribbean’s leading health technology company, Advanced Integrated Systems (AIS) aims to improve the quality of healthcare through telemedicine.
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There is no doubt that the world is changing dramatically, and Jamaica is not being left behind. Gone are the days when you have to stand in line at a store to purchase goods and acquire services. Jamaicans are now living in a technologically advanced world where we can do anything and go anywhere without changing our physical location. We now speak about life as if we are on an assembly line where efficiency is paramount and saving time and money crucial. This transformation is also taking place in the health care industry. Telemedicine is set to take off globally and will allow us to access health care anyplace, anytime.
The last time, I promised to speak to technology that could transform Jamaica into a country with the most comprehensive health-information database bringing us right where we need to be