Exist Healthcare became the strategic healthcare IT partner of St. Luke’s Medical Center (SLMC) in 2008, helping launch their new facility in Global City, Taguig (which is listed among the world’s top 25 most beautiful hospitals in 2012) and at the same time helped develop its hospital information system that connects a total of 1,146 beds in two facilities at different locations. Four years later, using our newly developed clinic system and EMR, SLMC opened COHESS, as their occupational clinic hub, as an entry point for providing corporate health services that seamlessly connects to hospital services should clients require further treatment.
With growing health care experience and expertise, Exist Healthcare also became The Medical City’s innovation partner in 2011 developing the Patient Record and Integrated Medical Exchange (PRIME) that culminated with the launch of its patient portal.
The same year, Exist was also made lead technology partner to develop Smart Communication’s Secured Health Information and Network Exchange (SHINE) – an mHealth project that connects doctors and community health workers via shared medical records which went on to receive international awards for the Philippine’s telecom giant.
By 2012, Exist Healthcare helped push the use of electronic medical records and clinic management systems to support doctors and non-hospital care facilities towards digital practice. As an online subscription, Medcurial provided individual outpatient doctors and group practices a simple way to shift from paper to using electronic records. As an enterprise-grade clinic system, it was soon being implemented to manage larger and specialized clinics which today included multi-branch clinics such as Kato Repro Biotech Center, Health Metrics, Inc., and OSM Nordic Medical Clinics.
In 2018, Exist and Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center teamed up to implement the advanced MERX hospital information system to bring the hospital closer to a more technologically equipped and operationally efficient facility.
The breakthrough made CGHMC the first Philippine hospital to comprehensively adopt web-based technology and cloud infrastructure in the management of an expansive medical institution proving that hospitals can run their operations over the internet instead of traditional on premise environments