Dapasoft wins 2021 Healthcare Impact Award
July 21, 2021
TORONTO – Microsoft Canada has recognized Dapasoft, a Calian company, with the 2021 Healthcare Impact Award. Dapasoft was selected for Corolar Virtual Care (CVC), an integrated virtual care and patient engagement solution adopted by five healthcare networks serving more than five million people in British Columbia, Ontario, and New Brunswick.
The annual IMPACT Awards recognize Microsoft partners who focus on bettering the lives of Canadians and demonstrate excellence in delivering customer-focused solutions based on Microsoft technology. This is the third consecutive win for Dapasoft solutions.
“We’re honoured to win the Healthcare Impact Award, especially during a global pandemic when rapid innovation has been so critical for our customers,” said Michael Lonsway (pictured), president, Dapasoft. “With Corolar Virtual Care, we extended the rich base of Microsoft communication and collaboration tools to help hospitals significantly improve patient engagement and clinic performance.”
He added, “Our clients were able to quickly introduce virtual care models with robust features such as virtual waiting rooms, on-demand notifications and queuing technology that cut down on missed appointments and patient wait-times.”
Microsoft Canada presented the awards on July 15 as part of their virtual Inspire conference. Winners were selected based on the outstanding work the companies provided to their customers and community.
“We are pleased to recognize Dapasoft as this year’s recipient of the Healthcare Impact Award,” said Suzanne Gagliese, vice president, global partner solutions, Microsoft Canada. “Amid a challenging year, our partners have demonstrated dedication to innovation and customer excellence by leveraging cutting-edge solutions to solve complex business challenges and overcome disruption.”
About Dapasoft, a Calian company
Headquartered in Toronto, Dapasoft is pioneering the future of healthcare apps and data interoperability. Dapasoft integration platform as a service (iPaaS) on Azure enables legacy IT systems and independent SaaS apps to work together seamlessly, improving quality and cost of care. The platform has pre-built and highly customizable adapters ideal for easily building and quickly deploying custom healthcare integration solutions. Dapasoft brings over 14 years of healthcare integration expertise on HL7, C-CDA, FHIR, focused on streamlining business processes quickly and cost-effectively in the Cloud, on-premises, or a hybrid environment. For more information, visit www.dapasoft.com.
Calian employs over 4,500 people in its delivery of diverse products and solutions for private sector, government and defence customers in North American and global markets. The company’s diverse capabilities are delivered through: Advanced Technologies, Health, Learning, and IT and Cyber Solutions. Advanced Technologies provides innovative products, technologies and manufacturing services and solutions for the space, communications, defence, nuclear, government and agriculture sectors. Health manages a network of more than 2,400 healthcare professionals delivering primary care and occupational health services to public and private sector clients across Canada. Headquartered in Ottawa, the company’s offices and projects span Canada and international markets.