QliqSOFT and Elsevier have Collaborated to Improve Healthcare Sector

QliqSOFT and Elsevier have Collaborated to Improve Healthcare Sector

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Tuesday, August 11, 2020

QliqSOFT has recently announced a partnership with Elsevier to offer the healthcare providers the capability to access and share information with the patients in real-time.

FREMONT, CA: The innovator of healthcare chatbot and clinical communications innovator,QliqSOFT, has recently announced a strategic content partnership with Elsevier. This company has a global information analytics business that focuses on science and health to incorporate Elsevier’s industry-leading product, Interactive Patient Education within the QliqSOFT’s Quincy chatbot and Virtual Visit Telehealth platform. The combination will offer healthcare providers the capability to access and share information with the patients in real-time. The system will provide valuable, outcome-boosting information from the database of the educational resources of Elsevier.

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“The virtual care industry has been looking for a way to replicate that organic moment when a doctor reaches into his or her desk drawer and produces a pamphlet outlining the treatment path he’s recommending,” said QliqSOFT CEO Krishna Kurapati. “Not only does the Elsevier-QliqSOFT interface replicate that provider-patient interaction, it enhances it, providing access to a continually-updated database of the latest, scientifically-verified research and protocols.”

Apart from offering virtual patient visits, QliqSOFT has also implanted Elsevier resources in their Quincy chatbot. This will offer customizable support for a wide range of chronic, post-acute, and acute cases. HIPAA-compliant and AI-driven, are the patented Chatbot Studio of Quincy that allows providers to select between pre-configured, dialogue flows, and care-specific intents. They can also quickly develop their chatbots in very little time according to their unique requirement. Moreover, Elsevier is benefiting from the reseller agreement with QliqSOFT because it extends its digital offerings for acute and post-acute consumers.

“As new and transformative technologies disrupt healthcare, Elsevier is at the forefront. We are thrilled to be working with QliqSOFT to make our solutions, like Interactive Patient Education, available to healthcare providers on a novel platform,” said John Danaher, MD, President, Global Clinical Solutions, Elsevier. “This collaboration is further evidence of Elsevier’s commitment to empower healthcare providers in an effort to improve patient outcomes.”

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