Ninad Rajeshinde, Founder & CEO, CARME SYSTEMS

Having no initial plans to be an entrepreneur, but ended up being one post my post my completion of Master in Computers from Symbiosis, Pune in 2002.

After education, I started my career as a trainee software developer and later worked with a couple of software development firms (India and abroad) which were developing applications for the Healthcare Domain.

While doing my job, I was more focused on being a creative, visionary, and result-oriented, so I got promotions at regular intervals till I reached the top position.

Meanwhile, I completed many IT-related certifications, which mainly includes agile scrum for continuous delivery, PMP – Project Management Professional, Cyber Security Program, Post graduation Diploma in Artificial Intelligence and others.

With over 19 years of experience in Healthcare IT, I have helped HCIT companies to grow their products and businesses across multiple geographies. I believe that digitizing healthcare solutions will transform the way patient care is delivered. Highly driven by passion, I began on a journey to develop and design healthcare solutions that would improve patient care management by providing an innovative and patient-centric SaaS-based platform for better collaboration between healthcare providers and consumers.

My forte lies in conceptualizing and building software solutions by mapping the procedures and processes of healthcare institutions. In order to maintain service consistency, I have managed many complex operational arenas and helped healthcare organizations keep pace with medical advancements.

Barely 16 years later, my entrepreneurial inclinations began to surface, and I felt the urge to create my own space and identity.

The unavailability of resources, features and functions and huge opportunities in this potential market in Healthcare IT lead me to start “CARME SYSTEMS" in 2016 focusing on designing cloud computing solutions with the help of Automation/Intelligence (AI) for the healthcare industry. 

Carme Systems provides cloud-based healthcare solutions to small- to large-scale healthcare institutions and providers. We closely worked with hospital leaders to help educate the board about the complexities, risks, and intricacies of delivering the highest quality of patient care using the latest technology. We are always consulting with various medical technology services, organizations, and health care leaders to discover advancements that reshape and improve care giving practices and policies.

My Specialties are:

  • Business Transformation & Integration
  • Privacy and Security Compliance
  • Strategic Technology & Business Planning
  • Expense Reduction and Revenue Generation
  • IT Governance and Portfolio Management
  • Global IT Delivery & Operational Readiness
  • Strategic Analysis and Internal Consulting
  • Architecture and Infrastructure Planning
  • Enterprise-wide Change Management
  • Budget Management and Cost Control
  • Focused on Making the Business more Competitive


CARME SYSTEMS and services

The conceptual meaning of "cármé" is Advance, Modernism, Novelty, Improvement, and Originality.

CARME SYSTEMS is an IT consulting and software development company. At cármé systems, we have been working consistently for the past seven years, servicing our clientele by developing applications in high-end technologies.

The company has been formed with this unembellished objective in mind, and we will go all-out with this goal in mind.

We provide the most comprehensive product and solutions portfolio at the most competitive prices. Our portfolio includes the following solutions:

  • HIS – Hospital Information System
  • CIS – Clinic Information System
  • LIS – Laboratory Information System
  • RIS – Radiology Information System
  • IMS – Inventory Management System
  • EMR – Electronic Medical Record
  • CPMS – Claim Processing Management System

We help healthcare providers identify and capitalize on opportunities for increased efficiency, and our clients rely on us to provide solutions, information, and ideas to grow their businesses.

We use the latest technologies like Angular 12, Dot Net 2019, JWT, MySQL, Crystal Reports, HTML 5, CSS3, Bootstrap, Typescript, etc.

We have experience developing complete end-to-end software solutions for the healthcare industry.

We have the perfect blend of creative and technical skills to deliver complicated and elegant software projects, including apps.

We have a strong and satisfied client database, which is proved by our testimonials and case studies. We strive to build long-term, trust-based relationships with customers and employees with the focus of achieving mutually rewarding results.


Mission, vision and values of CARME SYSTEMS

Mission - 

Dedicated to providing innovative and novel Cloud Healthcare Software Solutions that are creative, intelligent, and of the highest quality.

Vision - 

To create a better practice management workaround with the help of an intelligent solution for healthcare institutions

Values - 

"Customer Focus . . . Integrity . . . Accountability"

We are committed to our customers & we provide honest, truthful services on time.

CARME SYSTEMS, the top IT solution provider in healthcare domain

"Health innovations improve the efficiency, effectiveness, quality, sustainability, safety, and/or affordability of healthcare."

Healthcare and technology have never been more closely associated than they are today. With the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting lives globally, new challenges have arisen in medicine, treatment, and healthcare delivery.

Today, the world is moving onto online healthcare, accepting it as one of the primary channels of accessing healthcare services. To keep up with this transformation, healthcare companies and professionals seek technology solutions in IT, application development, and the cloud to seamlessly deliver healthcare services.

At CARME, we believe that the outcome of any technology innovation should always address the business problem and improve the experience.

Keeping this in mind, we have been actively involved with healthcare providers, in creating solutions pertaining to the online healthcare domain.

Our design and development expertise has been instrumental in digitally transforming several of our clients operating in the healthcare domain, one way or the other.

We designed and implemented the entire process flow of hospitals and clinics, including their practice management, and tried to create an ecosystem by using smart and intelligent features and an AI engine.

All necessary automation has been implemented in the system, which benefits all departments, beginning with Reception, Billing, Cashless, Accounts, Medical Staff, Consultants, and other personnel.


Powerful clinical management with security services

Protecting data in the healthcare industry is no easy task. Healthcare providers and their business associates must balance protecting patient privacy while delivering quality patient care and meeting the strict regulatory requirements set forth by HIPAA and other regulations, such as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Because protected health information (PHI) is among an individual’s most sensitive (and for criminals, valuable) private data, the guidelines for healthcare providers and other organizations that handle, use, or transmit patient information include strict data protection requirements that come with heavy penalties and fines if they’re not met.

Rather than mandating the use of certain technologies, HIPAA requires covered entities to ensure that patient information is secure, accessible only by authorized persons, and used only for authorized purposes, but it’s up to each covered entity to determine what security measures to employ to achieve these objectives.

Carme Systems is following all necessary compliance i.e. HIPPA, HITECH, HL7, ICD10 which is related to healthcare IT and data protection, Patient Security, Diagnosing Diseases and Data interoperability.

Here are a few data protection best practices for healthcare organizations which we are following:

  • Educating Healthcare Staff
  • Restricting Access to Data and Applications
  • Implementing Data Usage Controls
  • Logging and Monitoring Use
  • Encrypting Data
  • Securing Wireless Devices
  • Mitigating Connected Device Risks
  • Conducting Regular Risk Assessments
  • Utilizing Off-Site Data Backup
  • Carefully Evaluating the Compliance of Business Associates


CARME SYSTEMS for healthcare domain challenges

Technology has disrupted almost every industry you can think of, including healthcare. Carme Systems has identified very early advances in healthcare technology which allowed physicians to diagnose and treat their patients better.

Initially, healthcare technology was slowly evolving, but the Corona Pandemic outbreak and the subsequent lockdown have accelerated the pace of technology adoption and adaptation.

 Furthermore, healthcare is a huge potential market for the next two to three decades, with a lot of revolution in terms of information technology.

"The global healthcare IT market size was valued at US$ 282.99 billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach around US$ 857.58 billion by 2030."

There are several problems that the healthcare sector is facing every day on which Carme Systems has focused to find a solution. However, technology helped to stay ahead of the curve and lend a hand in placing it among the top technological healthcare providers.

  • Virtual Consultation

Healthcare has been associated with in-person consultations for decades. This has been a problem that obligates patients to run to the nearest healthcare centre for treatment.

The COVID outbreak and lockdowns have made it even worse.

The need for remote access or virtual consultations is the need of the hour, which needs to be taken care of to stay one step ahead in the technology adoption race.

  • Existing Silos in the Healthcare World

The healthcare professionals in the world are disconnected and are seen to be working in silos. There is a missing platform that can bring the healthcare industry together on a single page, where they can discuss their learning, share knowledge, and create notes, leading to a better understanding, diagnosis, and treatment.

  • Issues with Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement

Cashless and government healthcare scheme repayment structures vary significantly and need to maintain an orchestrated management process. The procedures for filing and receiving Cashless Claims are very different and are an extra task on the to-do list of healthcare professionals. The regulations also require them to store and record patient records in a particular format for the services rendered.

Whenever treatment is available under Cashless, the doctors need to fill out the prescribed electronic forms as proof that the patient has, in fact, received the healthcare service.

  • Absence of Supply Management System

While it may sound more like a supply chain mismanagement problem, it creates problems like mismanaged medical inventory and equipment or drug shortages at the backend. On the frontend, i.e., the doctor’s end, it causes inefficiencies; on the patients’ end, frustration and, of course, danger to their health.

Traditional supply chain management is often wasteful and inefficient. It leads to money wasted on lost and damaged inventory, improper delivery of equipment or medication, and the damage caused to patients due to that entire amount of massive financial losses for healthcare services.

  • Managing the Massive Volumes of Patient-Related Data

Patient-related data is one of the most overwhelming aspects of healthcare. Consequently, it becomes even tougher to manage this data. As much as we might expect traditional infrastructure to manage and secure data, this is an unrealistic expectation.

The storage and retrieval of this patient data when needed is a challenge that hospitals need to address. Data overload and mismanagement often lead to wrong diagnoses, compromises in data security, improper treatment, lapsed appointments, and failure to keep up with the changes in progress or regression of the patient’s condition, etc.

  • Inefficiencies and errors in data sharing

This is not just a hurdle in the way of medical science; not only do patients pay the price in the form of inconvenience and health, but we also see a rise in administrative expenses and litigation owing to these inefficiencies and errors.

One specific area of concern is the exchange of patient data in the case of patient transfer from one department or one hospital to another. Patient record sharing, when done the traditional way, is not only time-consuming and inefficient but also exposes the patient information to the risk of a breach.

An incomplete or inefficient exchange of this data can prove to be dangerous in the case of patients in need of urgent or complicated treatment.

  • Lack of online healthcare facilities

The lack of online healthcare facilities is a problem that makes the industry lag when compared to other sectors.

There are also a few more issues / major problems with the healthcare system today.

  • Limited options of cloud based solution that will be affordable to small clinic and improve the quality of health care
  • Preventable Medical Errors
  • Poor agreeable Mortality Rates
  • Lack of Transparency
  • Difficulty Finding a Good Doctor
  • Rising Expenditures
  • High Costs of Care
  • A Lack of Insurance Coverage
  • The Nursing and Physician Shortage
  • A different perspective on solving the shortage crisis


Introducing Artificial intelligence in healthcare

The healthcare industry is mature for some major changes.  From chronic diseases and cancer to radiology and risk assessment, there are nearly endless opportunities to influence technology to deploy more precise, efficient, and impactful interventions at exactly the right moment in a patient’s care.

The promise of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve outcomes in the healthcare domain and patient management is very fascinating.

While there is still much to overcome to achieve AI-dependent health care, most notably data privacy concerns and fears of mismanaged care due to machine error and lack of human oversight, there is sufficient potential that governments, tech companies, and healthcare providers are willing to invest in and test out AI-powered tools and solutions.

Here are a few of the AI advances in healthcare that appear to have the most potential.

  • AI-assisted robotic surgery
  • Virtual nursing assistants
  • Aid clinical judgment or diagnosis
  • Workflow and administrative tasks
  • Image analysis
  • Speech to text in Medical Reporting
  • Automating Administrative Tasks
  • ML-based radiology results analysis
  • Reducing diagnostic process with deep learning
  • Developing smart devices for medical tasks
  • Health risk assessment
  • Real-time vitals monitoring and analysis
  • Improving business decision-making
  • Earlier cancer detection
  • Leveraging neural network for clinical trials



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