IntelliCentrics Innovations Help Dallas Hospital and Advanced Clinics’ Mission to Provide Cutting-Edge Medicine and Personalized Patient Care

DALLAS, May 25, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IntelliCentrics (6819.HK), the innovator of SEC³URE Ethos, SEC³URE Passport, Link & GO!, BioBytes™ and BioBytes™ Visitor, today announced that Advanced Dallas Hospital & Clinics has joins IntelliCentrics’ SEC³URE Ethos, the largest trust-based healthcare community. IntelliCentrics provides medical personnel credentials for its short-term acute care hospital physicians in Dallas.

“We are extremely excited that IntelliCentrics’ ‘trust as technology’ will transform the entire medical credentialing process by taking it out of the expense column and helping us drive revenue,” said said Rob Turner, interim CEO of Advanced Dallas Hospital & Clinics. “Digitizing nearly the entire credentialing process onto a single technology helps us improve quality of care while reducing costs in new and exciting ways. IntelliCentrics’ 15 years of experience was evident from our first meet.”

SEC³URE Ethos is a fully integrated, end-to-end platform that digitizes and replaces the slow, error-prone, manual accreditation process for everyone involved in care delivery. With a digital ID solution known as the SEC³URE Passport, healthcare facilities of all types gain full control of their facilities with increased analytics and insights that are nearly impossible to obtain from their processes by square. More than 10,000 healthcare organizations rely on the SEC³URE Passport to reduce delivery costs, accelerate revenue and improve patient outcomes while saving 90% for all stakeholders.

“Our goal has always been to improve safety and operational efficiency to ensure excellent patient outcomes,” said Mike Sheehan, CEO of IntelliCentrics. “In response to the growing need for efficiency in healthcare, IntelliCentrics is making significant investments in our technology and people. We welcome Advanced Dallas Hospital & Clinics to the SEC³URE Ethos, and it’s great to have them on our back -time for all of us as we continue to build the largest community of trusted healthcare platforms.”

Advanced Dallas Hospital & Clinics, part of the Advanced Diagnostics Healthcare System, opened a 24-hour emergency room in March 2021, serving residents of greater Dallas. Advanced Dallas Hospital & Clinics offers state-of-the-art diagnostics, surgical suites, multi-specialty clinics and private patient rooms.

“IntelliCentrics takes on the burden of accreditation, freeing up time and resources at our facilities while providing us with better data and insights into our operations. This is very important and keeps us on the cutting edge of compassionate care,” Turner said.

About IntelliCentrics

With a mission to use trust to make high-quality healthcare as accessible as a good cup of coffee, IntelliCentrics created SEC³URE Ethos. Built on three fundamental principles – transparency, neutrality and independence, SEC³URE Ethos is used by more than 10,000 healthcare institutions worldwide to ensure mutual trust between patients, doctors, provider representatives and healthcare companies. . To learn more about the largest trust-based healthcare community, visit www.intellicentrics.com. IntelliCentrics is listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited under stock code 6819.

About Dallas Advanced Hospital and Clinics

Advanced Dallas Hospital & Clinics offers 24-hour emergency rooms, an advanced diagnostic center, and full-service acute care specifically designed to serve the residents of greater Dallas. From its welcoming hotel-style reception to upscale private rooms, Advanced Dallas combines an easily accessible location with cutting-edge medicine and personalized care. Visit www.advanceddallas.com for more information.

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