The Government of Malta in Europe has awarded money to the Government Cyberpark-based IT start-up Intpurple, which created Artificial Intelligence-driven healthcare software.
Malta Enterprise, Malta’s economic development agency, will invest an undisclosed sum in the firm for further research and development of its Felixacare product. It will also assist Intpurple in establishing an office and research centre in the Gozo Innovation Hub in Malta, according to a news statement.
According to Sahir Kungancheri, founder and chief executive officer of Intpurple, the monies allocated by the Maltese government would be utilised for research, equipment purchases, and personnel compensation.
Felixacare is a cutting-edge technology that enables permanent patients to get follow-up care, therapy at home, and ongoing monitoring. Mr. Sahir explained, “With this, doctors can make the best decision fast and drastically decrease wasteful expenses for patients.”
Intpurple’s healthcare software would also be utilised in a government-run hospital in Malta, he said. This software is currently being used by several palliative care facilities in Kerala to deliver services to bedridden patients at home.
Sahir and his buddies Fasalurahman Ambalangadan and Haroon Elayidath established Intpurple in February 2020 in Mukkom in Kozhikode. There are 12 people working for the firm.
Felixacare was founded with the concept of ensuring the finest healthcare for patients using artificial intelligence in emergency situations.