The team and our partners

Teamwork makes the dream work!

We're a team that believes in having a good time while doing what we love, and we do love what we do.

We are a growing team built to scale along with our new customers. We’re able to work fast and respond to our customers’ needs without anything getting in our way. We invest in engineering, research, customer support, and great design.

We are a small team of experts familiar with healthcare processes and standards who have been involved in implementations of several major healthcare software applications involving HIS, LIS, RIS, PACS, Telemedicine, and HL7 development and integration.

In addition, our professional team possesses considerable experience in official statistics, developing visualization and statistical software applications

Each member of KD Synergy brings a level of expertise and experience invaluable to the longevity and growth of the company.

Our Partners

Our partners are healthcare professionals, inextricably linked to our team through a shared love of improving healthcare.

CritIS core contributors

CritIS medical development is supervised by:

  • Dimitris Georgopoulos. Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, Director of Department of ICM
  • Nektaria Xirouchaki. Pulmonary and Intensive Care Consultant.
  • Kalliopi Haniotaki. Head Nurse.

Intensive care unit of University Hospital of Heraklion

The Department of Intensive Care Medicine of the University Hospital of Heraklion (PAGNH) and especially the Intensive Care Unit is the place where CritIS EMR was born.

An intensive care information system has numerous advantages. It enables all the patients' data to be collected at a single point where can be accessible from anywhere. The automatic acquisition of data reduces human error, while computerized physician order entry limit errors in administering medication. Thanks to computerized data and the appropriate software we can have diagnosis optimization and follow-up of treatments.

Being convinced about the benefits of such information system, the ICU of University Hospital of Heraklion, proceeded with implementation of its own intensive care unit patient information system (CritIS©). The system was implemented as a tool to boost ICU workflow and help clinicians respond more quickly to patient's medical events at any time and from any physical location. At the current stage CritIS automates and integrates documentation across intensive care unit, admissions, and laboratories.

CritIS improves data quality, eliminates inefficiencies associated with paper records, and saves clinicians' valuable time spent searching for records, requesting information, entering data, and performing administrative tasks. And in the ICU, where the cost of complications is high, clinicians and their patients stand to benefit from every moment refocused on actual patient care.