What lies ahead?
Subramaniam’s typical workday includes meeting with clients, discussing the various possibilities with his team, and participating in the design aspects. In moments of uncertainty, he doesn’t shy away from taking an expert’s opinion in order to achieve a better output. He says, “I’m privileged to head one of the finest health information technology services companies in the contemporary world. I have always taken the responsibility of interacting with different professionals in order to ensure that our products meet their specific needs. At Kaaspro, we try to understand the requirements of our clients completely first, and then leverage technology to deliver the best solutions to clients. This culture has been our stronghold since the inception of our company.”
However, catching on to the speed with which the technology around the globe is evolving surely creates a lot of pressure on all types of businesses including Kaaspro. But Subramaniam has a plan to win:
“We have always been charmed by challenges. With health information technology being developed, implemented, and revised at a rapid pace these days, having a stable platform in place to make durable observations is not easy. The speed with which things are moving creates challenges in contemplating the full impact of health information technology upon factors such as access, safety, care effectiveness, cost, and the experiences of health care providers and patients. We have planned to face such challenges by designing adaptable and practice-specific products that are highly scalable and secure. Therefore, we follow approaches that satiate the unique needs of all types of medical practices, such as private practices, clinics, and multi-specialty medical institutions. In the years to come, we plan to become more holistic and spherical in focus instead of maintaining a linear cause-and-impact relationship. In addition to medical information systems, we have plans to expand into related technologies such as integrated data streams, automated notifications and alerts, and reporting systems.”