Amman, December 2018: STS - a leading provider of comprehensive information technology (IT) solutions - has inked an agreement with Electronic Health Solutions International (EHSI), equipping it with Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to manage its virtual servers and information storage operations. The agreement was signed in the presence of EHSI Chairman Dr.
Rami Farraj and CEO Ghassan Al Lahham, as well as STS Co-Founder and CEO Aiman Mazahreh and Director of Cloud and Advanced Solutions Mohammad Adnan, alongside several team members from both companies. In addition to consolidating the efforts of stakeholders within the health insurance sector, IaaS aims to combine insurance claims electronically and identify one national body to oversee their management, thus positively impacting the insurance process while upgrading healthcare services. With IaaS, EHSI can also increase the efficiency of its activities by decreasing operational costs, minimizing errors and fraud, bettering clinical outcomes to enhance patient safety and enabling healthcare management programs.
The STS Cloud platform extends an array of other benefits, such as elevating patient experience by facilitating intelligent and effective communication capabilities with service providers and insurance companies, while offering patients best options through quality indicators and assessments.
Furthermore, IaaS enables the Government of Jordan - the overarching umbrella for insurance practices - to devise plans using accurate information and reports produced by the cloud-based system, besides improving the global competitiveness of the healthcare sector and contributing to the growth of medical tourism in the Kingdom. EHSI’s adoption of IaaS underscores its commitment to upgrading the Hakeem Program by boosting the quality and proficiency of healthcare services delivered to Jordanians.
IaaS helps achieve this goal by generating real-time data, reducing fraudulent claims received by insurance companies and serving as a vital component in the development of unified coding for medical information. Commenting on this step, Al Lahham stated, “We continually strive to implement best practices that bolster the sector in Jordan by supplying healthcare facilities with information technologies that allow them to provide exceptional care, precise information and electronic medical records. For this reason, we chose this cutting-edge cloud-based system to improve the standards of our offerings and add value to our new solution; Hakeem Claim