Health Tech


Many innovative leaps in health technology have been made in the centuries people have been practicing medicine, yet few have had as much widespread influence or impact as digital technology. Dramatic improvements in networking and computers have not only expanded options for medical treatments but have also transformed how clinicians perform their jobs.

  1. Although forward thinkers started discussing the possibility of using computers in medicine as early as the 1960s, computers were initially too expensive and unreliable for medical practices to rely on. As technology improved and costs came down, policies and data standards were created to encourage healthcare organizations to adopt new technology not just for medical equipment, like diagnostic imaging machines, but also for everyday record keeping. Paper medical records were digitized and mostly replaced with electronic health records that help make it easier for health data like test results or diagnoses to be accessed efficiently and securely.
  2. Currently, most healthcare organizations have a wealth of data they could use to improve their procedures and business practices, but they might not have the tools or expertise to uncover insights into that data. Newer technologies, like cloud, blockchain, and AI tools based on machine learning, can help healthcare organizations uncover patterns in large amounts of data while also making that data more secure and easier to manage.
  3. As the healthcare industry faces new challenges, technology solutions are helping leaders to improve performance, increase collaboration across systems, and manage costs. As demands on organizations increase, healthcare technology can streamline processes, automate tasks, and improve workflows at a scale that’s not possible for humans alone. As providers at hospitals and health systems embrace value-based health reimbursement models, these solutions are helping healthcare professionals to improve patient care, create better experiences and reduce burnout. Not to forget small and medium-sized healthcare organizations or even practicing healthcare professionals have little or no access to customized technology or in some cases, there are no standardized solutions to their big problems at a small setting.
  4. Telos aims to support such technological requirements specifically focusing on small and medium-sized healthcare organizations with a two-prong approach.


providing an end-to-end eCRM solution that allows bridging all the existing services that are sourced from multiple providers into one.
Optimizing systems for the need of the hour with simple and modern UI solutions,
Helping clients cut down the cost of using and paying for multiple applications,
Minimal training for the staff as a user,
Super-sized data points and management reports and dashboards to support the decision-making process.
BridgeCare is a single solution for Home Care Industries to support from hire to retire including customer management and staff management features, with a single login you are moving from one module to another seamlessly.
BridgeCare can also be a solution for small and medium size healthcare units that can be customized for their needs.



helping organizations to review and analyze their structure and systems with a consultant hat to provide optimized solutions within the existing realm.
Our highly effective technical team can then provide customized technical solutions that are tailored to clients’ current needs with the possibility of planning for future growth. This can be scheduling, or reports management software specifically designed for their needs in a cost-effective manner.