Every day you struggle to deliver well-timed care to your patients, optimize clinical management and cut operational costs. When you try to do this on your own, it can become a deadlift.

For years, Elinext has been creating multi-faceted digital healthcare solutions to assist healthcare providers in balancing the workload without compromising the quality of their services.


Offering solutions for every component of the care cycle, Elinext helps all its participants to savour the benefits of this alliance between medicine and technology.

  • Improved Patient Care Outcomes
  • Optimized Care Management
  • Facilitated Information Flow and Interoperability
  • Less Waste and Medical Errors
  • Claim Fraud Prevention
  • Unnecessary Expenses Detected and Minimized
  • Increased Profitability
  • Compliance with Healthcare Standards and Regulations


Enhance the quality of your healthcare services with Elinext’s solutions built to fit your organization.

Clinical & Workforce Management Solutions

–  Healthcare ERP
–  Appointment Scheduling Systems
–  Healthcare CRM
–  HRM Systems
–  Employee Collaboration and R&D Portals
–  Clinical Documentation Management

Healthcare Analytics

–  Patient Care Analytics
–  Clinical Analytics
–  PHI aggregation and anonymization
–  Financial Analytics
–  Operational and HR Analytics
–  Regulatory Compliance Analytics
–  Public Health and Wellness Analytics

Innovative Healthcare

Care Delivery Management

–  EHR and EMR
–  E-prescriptions
–  Telemedicine
–  Patient Portals and Online Networks 
–  Medication Adherence Systems
–  Secure Messengers


–  Workflow Management
–  Mobile EHRs and EMRs
–  Clinical Decision-making
–  Patient Monitoring
–  E-learning
–  Mobile Patient Portals
–  Health and Fitness


Technology expertise: Since 1997, we have been providing custom solutions to address urgent needs of businesses worldwide. We serve customers from 10+ industries and are proud of our 200+ successful projects in web, mobile, desktop & embedded software development, QA & testing.

Personalized approach: Cooperation with us will be far from putting just another technology on your cost sheet. We address our customers’ particular business problems and goals holistically, where software is only a tool to foster the change.

Compliance with industry standards: We track changing regulations and make sure that our solutions keep up with fundamental healthcare standards, including HIPAA, IEC 62304, OWASP and FDA 21 CFR Part 820.

Assistance in user adoption: Newly introduced software can be tricky for users to comprehend at first. For each project, we can develop dedicated user training sessions, demos and manuals to smooth end users’ way into a stress-free experience.


We are ready to help you address the pressing challenges of today’s healthcare industry, so that you could sustain both your patients’ satisfaction and your business growth.

We have a certain outlook on trends in Healthcare Industry. Read our technology articles here.

AI in Healthcare: High Hopes, Reality and Future

2018-05-16 by Marina Astapchik

There’s a lot of buzz around artificial intelligence these days. It’s been a matter of casual conversations in Silicon Valley for the past few years, and now the technology is being discussed in higher circles as Washington sees opportunities for AI to improve efficiency and increase economic growth. As for the general public, when thinking about AI, some sci-fi imagery comes to mind, evoking all these movies about robots we’ve watched. However, artificial intelligence is not a cybernetic mind with the free will, but rather a system of algorithms based...

Orangeworm Or How To Protect Your Healthcare Data Like A Pro

2018-05-02 by Marina Astapchik

What do you know about worms? Or, more precisely, orange worms? Before you start thinking “Why on Earth am I reading this on a tech blog?”, let me provide you with an explanation.  Monday, April 23rd was a really bad day for the healthcare industry as the general public around the globe has known about Orangeworm. First identified in January 2015, Orangeworm is a hacker group which conducts targeted attacks against large international corporations operating within the healthcare sector in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Despite the fact that...

Decentralization Of Care With Telemedicine: Trends And Considerations

2018-05-03 by Marina Astapchik

A lot of myths and prejudice surrounds the concept of telemedicine. People refer to it as the dehumanization of care, “uberization” of health or simply discounted consultation in front of a display of a computer. In fact, telemedicine is a new way of bringing patients and caregivers together in a highly-organized network with good traceability.According to Statista, the market for telemedicine is expected to grow to over 40 billion dollars until 2021.The reason is simple: it is very convenient, the same as “brick-and-mortar” medicine, with the same opinions...

VR: The Changing Face of Healthcare

2018-04-23 by Marina Astapchik

For the time being, the overwhelming majority of new technologies are used in the entertainment industry. A vivid example of such innovations is virtual reality. When hearing about VR, most people would be thinking about movies, gaming, VR helmets and glasses which plunge users into the worlds of phantasy. However, the application of virtual reality goes far beyond having fun. It’s quickly becoming one of the most significant trends in the medical domain. According to advisory and intelligence company Arizon’s report, the AR and VR market in healthcare is...
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Clinical Trials Digitalization: How Technology Affects The Quality Of Research

2018-04-20 by Marina Astapchik

How is a new pharmaceutical product developed? It goes through a slow and expensive clinical trial process to check for effectiveness and safety. Those R&D organizations who used to stick to the traditional non-digital approach, have spent a lot of time and money while relying on paper diaries and obsolete software to get the results. To take action, the industry begins to adopt digital transformation and modernize the clinical trials value chain with data-driven software solutions and innovative technologies.Many life science companies have already started bringing single solutions to the...

Blockchain In Healthcare: Unleashing The Potential To Transform The Industry

2018-01-26 by Marina Astapchik

Blockchain comes as one of the most misunderstood phenomena in the tech world, and if you still associate it with Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, you’ll be surprised by learning how various industries use the technology to streamline their processes.Healthcare industry is one of the early adopters of the blockchain. Medical and pharmaceutical companies’ data requires advanced security and anonymization, that’s why about 16% of healthcare providers are expected to implement the technology at scale, according to IBM latest research. They believe that blockchain will open the gates to new markets and...

Wireless Technology: the Future of Healthcare

2018-04-09 by Marina Astapchik

We’re living in the Tech Age, and just like any other industry, the healthcare domain is going through a technology evolution. As the speed of innovation is sometimes higher than expected, what seemed to be futuristic ten years ago is now a reality. That is why it’s crucial to getting to know the recent trends in their baby years to adopt them when the right moment comes. Harry Pappas, president of the Intelligent Health Association, explained this paradigm at HIMSS 2015: "Part of our organization's mantra is not only to...

Clinical Workflow Automation: How To Integrate Multiple Processes Into A Single System?

2018-04-03 by Marina Astapchik

With growing standards of patient care, ever more clinics across the world are driven to change the way they manage their activity. However, nation-wide requirements and regulations, such as Affordable Care Act, are not the only motivation for clinical workflow automation. The core incentive lies in consumers who demand the easiest and the most efficient way to receive care.After reading this article, you’ll find out which solutions can be implemented into a healthcare organization to optimize the clinical workflow. Factors that affect clinical workflow: Availability, time, and efficiency – these are...

How Modern Technology Changes the Healthcare Industry

2018-03-22 by Marina Astapchik

Have you ever wondered how do lifespan and innovations in healthcare correlate? The answer is kind of obvious, but numbers speak louder than assumptions. Let’s check the statistics: in the first decade of the 20th century, the average human lifespan was about 45 years. Today, the median is 78, thanks to undertaken measures like water chlorination or vaccinations. However, it would be fair to say that over the past hundred years, life expectancy has been increasing principally because of the development of science which, consequently, led to the apparition of...

Mobile Apps in the Focus of Healthcare Industry

2012-04-03 by Marina Astapchik

Recent findings of healthcare research companies indicate that mobile platforms are redefining the medical industry and the traditional doctor-patient relationship. Both healthcare providers and consumers are using smartphones and tablets as a means to achieve better results in the sphere of medical care. The practice of using mobile communication devices, such as smartphones, tablets and PDAs, for health services and information has got the name of mHealth (or mobile health). Thus, mHealth applications allow patients to manage and improve health by collecting information about their vital signs and delivering...

Healthcare Needs Specific Custom CMS

2012-06-19 by Marina Astapchik

Over the recent years, the needs and requirements of healthcare organizations for professional and reliable custom content management systems have increased. Successful delivery of personalized care experiences to patients and efficient management of information shared and acquired on the website are on top of the list of demands.Just having a set of simple web pages with minimum functionality and contact information is not enough anymore. In order to be more patient-centric and render high quality services, healthcare providers are nowadays adopting interactive websites with dynamic content and different kinds of...