Lays Out Blue Print for Hospitals and Health Clinics in Post-COVID-19 Era... Service Simulation and Events Ahead of Launch
UB Care (CEO Lee Sang-kyung), a representative digital healthcare solution corporation,
will showcase various digital healthcare products at the Korea International Medical and Hospital Equipment Show (KIMES 2021).
This year, in particular, the company plans to unveil "Wi chart" and "Ysarang New Medical Office,"
developed through continuous investment in research and development.
"Ysarang New Medical Office," based on UB Care's flagship "Ysarang," an electronic medical record (EMR),
is a product that is more user-friendly as users can make tailored UI depending on the types of medical services.
In addition, "Wi chart," a cloud EMR, has integrated patient management function to the company's flagship service of insurance claims,
thereby elevating the management work efficiency of hospitals and health clinics.
"Ysarang New Medical Office" and "Wi chart," which the company plans to roll oout officially,
will be first put on simulation at KIMES along with various events.
Added to this, UB Care also plans to present new radiotherapy equipment. UB Care has completed the X-ray all-in-one solution by
adding "XPLUS 35" C-arm to the UX Membership (X-ray, DR(X-ray detector), PACS purchase program) that the company launched in 2018.
In addition, it also completed a new line-up of radiotherapy equipment products by adding LG Electronics' wire & wireless DR.
The X-ray all-in-one solution and new products will also put on display at the exhibition booth this year.
UB Care's affiliates HectonProject (formerly known as Brain Health Care) and BBROS will also take part in this year's exhibition.
HectonProject, the company with the highest market share in hospital EMR will showcase its three new services including
the newly renovated "Doctors," non-face-to-face payment service "DoctorsPAY," patient consent solution for tablet PC "DoctorsSIGN,"
medical facility accreditation and assessment support solution "Doctors QPS" along with a silver-care platform, "Another Family."
"Another Family" is a platform that offers various information on long-term care facilities by region, is also equipped with a search function
where users can find information on their inquiries. It also provides a 360-degree panorama view of even the inside of such facilities through
which users can take a close look at them without having the need to visit them in person.
Moreover, BBROS' mobile healthcare platform "DDOCDOC," which has been newly equipped with a remote payment function and "Unmanned Kiosk"
that provides reception, payment, prescription and insurance document print services will also put on display at this year's exhibition.
A staff of UB Care says, "the company hopes this year's exhibition will provide visitors a change to take a hands-on approach on
UB Care's digital healthcare products," adding that "it will become a company that presents a blueprint for the future of hospitals and health clinics
at a time when the world is switching to remote and digital services due to the COVID-19 pandemic."