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Healthcare Apps

Healthcare IT spending hasn’t shown signs of slowing down anytime soon. In fact, a recent HIE study survery projects that industry spending will triple by 2014 and continue through 2016. Archimedes have been involved in a number of areas in the healthcare sector to improve patient care:

  • Fleet Management
  • Accountable care support
  • Cloud Computing
  • Mobility (mHealth)
  • Analytics (Dashboards, Charts, Trends, Data Mining)
  • Accessibility
  • Interfaces and implementations
  • Clinical workflow
  • Data integrity and security

A few areas we specialise in for healthcare apps development:

  • Interoperability – Combining patient data information into one system to allow for information exchange and patient access, also known as EMR (electronic medical records) or EHR (electronic health records) systems.
  • Remote access – Allowing healthcare employees and physicians to manage business applications from many different mobile devices, increasing the immediacy and streamlining of patient care by increasing access.
  • Practice Management - Healthcare portals facilitating physicians, doctors and medical practitioners to manage their work, including communications, patient appointments and e-waiting rooms.
  • Compliance – HIPAA compliance regulations.

Another area we extensively focus on is mobile healthcare (mHealthcare). The main driver of mobile health's growth is the increasing adoption of smartphones during the past few years. Over 72% of physicians are smartphone users, and mobile health applications embedded in smartphones are a main reason for this increased usage.

According to the latest trends, consumers are taking more and more of their health-care needs into their own hands. Archimedes Services is committed to providing the next generation healthcare mobile apps that feature personal toolkits for predictive, participatory and preventative care, and communicating expert clinical advice and support. These apps empower the patients to self-help and healthier behaviours.