Application Management

How to Support a Full Healthcare Application Lifecycle

November 13, 2017 - How to Support a Full Healthcare Application Lifecycle Organizations are building more applications as clinicians require more technologically advanced tools to increase their work environment flexibility. Applications development is an ongoing process and entities need to understand the full healthcare application lifecycle to ensure that apps are fully supported even after they are deployed....

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