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Motorola Solutions collaborates with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore to drive local healthcare mobility applications ecosystem

This press release was issued by Motorola Solutions Enterprise business prior to its acquisition by Zebra Technologies on Oct. 27, 2014. 

The partnership, under Healthcare Innovation Program, is a two-year program aimed at building mobile applications for the healthcare sector

Singapore, 14 April 2011: Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: MSI) Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific today announced it has joined hands with the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) to drive the development of a more vibrant ecosystem around healthcare mobility applications in Singapore and in the Asia Pacific.

Motorola Solutions, as the leading communications provider of mobility solutions to government and enterprise customers, will drive reference deployments of these applications through adoption with local healthcare clusters first and later to the rest of the region.

Key Facts: 

  • Over a two-year period from April 1, 2011 - the Healthcare Innovation Program will leverage on Motorola Solutions’ solutions expertise & relationships with existing and potential Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), to incubate innovative enterprise mobile applications for the sector based on Motorola Solutions’ mobile technologies.
  • It also aims to grow and support homegrown successful application developers, and showcase local healthcare clusters as trial or pilot sites for these enterprise mobility applications.
  • Motorola Solutions’ healthcare solutions are based on the four key pillars of improving patient safety, enhancing operational efficiency, delivering secure communications, and providing seamless secure connectivity to deliver real-time information 24-7 – which give customers the agility to enable them to transform patients’ healthcare experience as consumers.
  • According to IDC Health Insights predictions for the Asia Pacific in 2011, the focus on digitizing health records remains the top priority of healthcare providers across the region, among others such as health information exchange initiatives, hospital/clinic information systems, archival & communications systems and computerized order entry systems. These are set to align IT with hospital business goals, improve market responsiveness and achieve seamless operational standards in the next few years.


Supporting Quotes:
PHEY Teck Moh
, Corporate Vice President, Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific said:

"I am pleased to be Motorola’s Executive Sponsor for this very important initiative. Especially in a region where medical tourism and healthcare services consumption is booming, and where we have both ageing and young growing populations which increasingly rely on the efficiency of healthcare services delivered, Motorola Solutions has a lot to offer the industry by way of our heritage of innovation, solutions expertise, domain knowledge and mobile technologies in this area.

Since our global separation from the consumer mobility business, Motorola Solutions is even more focused on serving our government and private enterprise business customers well, by collaborating to enable and build a vibrant ecosystem in the vertical sectors that we touch".

Grace HO, Director, Business Development (Healthcare), Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific:
Healthcare IT spending across the region is increasing both in private and public hospitals and the demand for better delivery and quality of patient care is also growing. We strongly believe that this partnership is the key to our success to grow our local healthcare sector. Through our collaboration with IDA, we will play an active role in developing local mobile healthcare solutions. Our joint goal is also to enrich the capabilities of our local healthcare partner ecosystem so as to deliver better patient care, higher operational efficiencies and contribute to making healthcare accessible and affordable."

Andrew KHAW, Senior Director, Industry Development Group, IDA:
This collaboration with a communications leader such as Motorola provides a platform for Singapore developers to co-create innovative mobile solutions for the healthcare sector as it increasingly embraces ICT as an enabler. This is in line with IDA’s mission of building a vibrant infocomm landscape in Singapore and we look forward to strong industry collaboration to address the healthcare opportunities."