Meet with team smartData

April 17 - 21, 2023
Chicago, IL

Employees are highly influenced and motivated by workplace culture. It is critical to establish a strong standard of internal communication and a culture of sharing..

Each individual employee has the freedom to share their own ideas to contribute to their organization’s initiatives in a sharing culture. In addition, they are aware of what is going on with the company, as opposed to management withholding information from employees.

To Build a Culture of Caring

A caring culture entails more than just caring for your employees and having them care for your customers. It can be grown in the following ways.

  • Define and communicate your goal.
  • Involve and Empower
  • Concentrate on Personal Relationships
  • Pay attention, connect with others, and share your stories.

In smartData Our Gratitude #sharingcaring

smartData stands together with all the smarTians in these testing times of the COVID Pandemic, with a deep sense of belief that ‘Human’ is prioritized in ‘Human Resource’.

smartData decided that Any Employee who Expires and was unmarried:

  • Their Parents would be supported with six months of his salary and
  • if they have siblings (real Brother& Sister)who is educated and has relevant education qualification and willing to work in smartData, will be given a job

Any Employee who Expires and was married:

  • The legally wedded spouse will get equal to 3 months of employee salary
  • if the spouse is unemployed then they will be offered a job if they have a relevant education qualification
  • The employee’s child will be supposed for education till the 12th standard by smartData. Applicable for one child.
  • smartData provide Sharing and caring Fund (SCF)

    Sharing and Caring Fund: A fund offered to help all smarTians during the time of need or emergencies.

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What is Health Information Exchange(HIE)?

Electronic exchange of clinical information permits doctors, nurses, pharmacists, other health care providers, and patients to retrieve and securely share a patient's vital medical information electronically—improving the speed, quality, safety, coordination, and cost of patient care.

Health Information Exchange

Clinical Trials

COVID-19 has wreaked havoc throughout the country and the healthcare system. However, telemedicine is stepping up as the spotlight helping healthcare providers and caregivers better respond to the needs of the patients

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