Who Am I
I am an Experienced Full-Stack Software Development Engineer in the Microsoft® .NET platform. I am skilled and experienced in researching, designing, implementing and managing software programs (i.e. web or mobile or desktop platforms); identifying areas for modification in existing programs and subsequently developing these modifications; and project managing software development including, but not limited to version control, adherence to timelines and meeting milestones.
What I Do
I develop software in healthcare and e-learning domains in the Microsoft® .NET platform. I provide full consultancy in Health Informatics and incorporate standards (HL7, DICOM, LOINC, ICD, SNOMED CT, RxNorm, HIPPA compliance). I do Develop Web API; Develop Web Apps; Develop Mobile Apps; Implement EHR; Integrate ERP; Incorporate Compliance; Build Data Center; Acquire Equipment; Automate Laboratory; Integrate AI; Prepare SOPs; Integrate IoTs; Analyse requirements; Develop LMS; Develop Games.
Country: UNITED KINGDOM
− Modernized GeoSurvey software for geophysical data processing, interpretation, and reporting, 2022.
− Developed & Implemented healthcare ERP products, 2006-2021.
− Developed & implemented SCORM-compliant LMS for Tata Trust, ITC, Mahindra, Veedol, etc., 2013-2016.
− Developed franchisees Portal with 60+ cities & 37000+ learners for Indian Idol Academy, 2014-2015.
− Facilitated courses, classes for 700+ students/week of Indira Gandhi National Open University, 1998–2001.
− Successfully Implemented Healthcare ERP Solutions (20+ modules) in Al Kindi Hospitals, Bahrain, 2008-2009.
− Successfully implemented ERP (25+ modules) in JCI-Accredited 450-Bedded Apollo Hospitals, 2005-2007.
− Developed, integrated Radiology Appointment Module to the ERP in Apollo Hospitals, 2006.
− Volunteered to lead 200+ staff/shift at night as Duty Manager in Apollo Hospitals, 2005-2006.
− Jointly Implemented SIENET® PACS Systems in Apollo Hospitals with Siemens Team, 2005.
− Skillfully Implemented the IT Infrastructures (20+ Servers & 500+ Workstations) of Apollo Hospitals, 2005.