The Tsifromed company plans to provide doctors with access to a unified knowledge base to support clinical decision-making and advanced training directly in the workplace. A joint venture was created with the Algom company to deliver medical content to the medical information systems of clinics.
Rostelecom’s subsidiary Tsifromed and Algom have closed a deal to create a joint venture in the field of digital technologies for healthcare. RTK-Innomed LLC plans to develop products for personalized content delivery and continuous training of medical workers. The amount of investment was not disclosed by the parties.
As Tsifromed told MV, RTK-Innomed will focus on developing products for personalized content delivery and continuous training of medical workers. There are plans to provide doctors with access to a unified knowledge base to support clinical decision-making and advanced training directly at the workplace of specialists in medical information systems (MIS) of medical organizations. For now, such products are available on the platforms of the Unified State Information System in the field of healthcare and the Unified Departmental Medical Information and Analytical System of the FMBA of Russia. In the future, it is planned to integrate them onto a single digital platform for regional healthcare.
Tsifromed added that product interfaces are developed taking into account the characteristics of a medical organization: right while working with an electronic medical record, the doctor will be able to see all clinical recommendations related to the diagnosis or reason for the patient’s visit.
Tsifromed LLC received a 51% share in the joint venture. Co-owner of Algom LLC became the General Director of RTK-Innomed Sergey Berezetsky.
|Tsifromed LLC was created in July 2019 as a joint venture between Rostelecom and Rostec. Now the company has come under the management of JSC RT Labs (owned by PJSC Rostelecom). At the end of 2022, the Digital Med company received revenue in the amount of 5.6 billion rubles, the net loss exceeded 146 million rubles.