UAE-based Pure Health has signed an agreement with BIOS Middle East, a cloud and managed service provider for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), which features hosting for Pure Health’s core Laboratory Information System (LIS) on CloudHPT.
CloudHPT, is a fully owned and managed cloud delivered by BIOS. An intricate infrastructure of over 20 servers was delivered in under two days to Pure Health for application installation and testing. All servers, networking, storage, security and backups are fully managed by BIOS, ensuring Pure Health only focuses on the LIS application.
Purehealth hosted LIS is an automated platform that reads and collects patient’s data, resulting in minimal manual input and accelerating the screening process. Purehealth takes pride in adopting to state-of-the-art technologies in their vision of being an advanced data-driven organization capable of meeting the increased expectations for modern pathology services. Even in its emergency response to the Covid19 situation, Purehealth IT have adopted multiple technologies to streamline operation and integrated with government entities in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and the Northern Emirates.
“BIOS Middle East is pleased to be the cloud partner of Pure Health. We look forward to working with Pure Health and supporting them with a clear, secure and simple path to the cloud,” said Dominic Docherty, Managing Director, BIOS Middle East.
“CloudHPT’s fixed pricing and comprehensive support makes it easy for Pure Health to meet its strategic and business goals,” said Adnan Asif, Chief Technology Officer at Pure Health.
Pure Health currently has four labs in the UAE dedicated to COVID-19 testing, in the capital Abu Dhabi Dubai and in Sharjah. Accordingly, this is the “largest COVID-19 testing capability in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia” with the capacity to perform 80,000 tests daily.
“We have been collaborating with healthcare providers and authorities in this screening initiative across the nation since the beginning of the crises. Pure Health has been conducting COVID-19 tests in more than 15 collection centers and four processing locations in the UAE. We will soon increase our capacity,” said Adnan.