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Mobile Health Application Development

What are Benefits of Healthcare Application Backend as a Service?

November 20, 2017 - Healthcare applications are in high demand as organizations seek to provide clinicians with tools to give them more mobility and flexibility when treating patients. Backend as a Service (Baas) is one of the ways entities can build healthcare applications quickly and integrate them into their IT infrastructure. The high demand for these apps means that organizations need to evaluate their resources...


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How Healthcare Low Code App Development Increases Flexibility

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare entities are looking to become more agile and developing applications is part of that process. Healthcare low code app development platforms are used by developers to build applications without coding. Low code is a specific space...

Increasing Application Demands Require Rapid App Development

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

InterSystems announced its new platform, the InterSystems IRIS Data Platform, to assist organizations in app development and quickly producing data intensive applications. The platform is built around a high-performance database, which allows...

Microsoft, Red Hat Improve Container Adoption for Healthcare

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Red Hat and Microsoft announced an expansion of their partnership intending to ease and improve container adoption for healthcare. The expansion includes native support for Windows Server containers on Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated...

How No-Code App Development Platforms Aid Healthcare Industry

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Quick Base announced its successful completion of a Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 examination and achieved HIPAA compliance via an independent audit. The organization’s no-code app development platform can now be used by healthcare...

Amazon Secret Healthcare IT Tech Team Focuses on EHRs, Alexa

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Amazon has started a secret skunkworks lab dedicated to healthcare IT to improve upon EHRs, telemedicine, and other upcoming health IT infrastructure opportunities. Amazon has named its health IT team 1492, and it is based out of Seattle Washington,...

Advanced HIT Infrastructure Could Solve EHR Dissatisfaction

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Electronic health records (EHRs) are a reality for healthcare organizations, but many clinicians express dissatisfaction with how their EHRs perform. Several advances HIT infrastructure solutions may be able to help solve clinician EHR dissatisfaction....

Healthcare Mobile Strategy Requires Diligent Planning

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Organizations still struggle to deploy an advanced healthcare mobile strategy to meet development and usage needs while remaining HIPAA compliant. Entities need to give clinicians and users what they want out of a mobile environment while ensuring...

Value-Based Care Depends on Developed Mobile Strategy

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations are gaining mobility as they continue to embrace advanced IT infrastructure technology. However, many entities still struggle with mobile strategy and how to best manage and use mobile technology in the face of value-based...

Utilizing App Refactoring for Healthcare Mobile Apps

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Organizations are making the move to mobile and introducing more healthcare mobile apps to their health IT infrastructure. The number of apps used is increasing as more mobile devices are relied upon for critical tasks. Many organizations already...

Vincari Adds HIPAA Compliant Mobile Image Capture to App

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Vincari announced the latest update to its Electronic Physician Assistant application, allowing users to capture images using their personal devices in a HIPAA compliant fashion. The images taken with the app are attached to physician documentation...

Vendor Partnership Simplifies Digital Health App Building

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Medical Web Experts recently announced a partnership with CloudMine to assist healthcare organizations in building connected digital health apps. Medical Web Experts provides organizations with HIPAA-compliant mHealth and web development services....

IBM Bluemix Introduces Low-Code App Development Platform

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

IBM announced new capabilities for its Bluemix cloud platform, providing users with new tools to build enterprise mobile apps more quickly. Bluemix Developer Console provides users with a low-code app development platform. Developers can access...

Red Hat Releases Healthcare Mobile App Assessment Tool

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Red Hat announced the release of its Mobile App Assessment Tool to help organizations break down their mobile apps, giving IT decision-makers and mobile development managers full view of the healthcare mobile app development process and necessary...

Top Features for Healthcare Low-Code App Development Platforms

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare mobile applications are becoming more popular while organizations are faced with a shortage of developers that can build custom mobile applications that aid clinician workflow and are HIPAA compliant. App development platforms are...

Cloud Foundry Aims to Solve Healthcare Developer Shortage

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Cloud Foundry Foundation announced its plan to solve the impending shortage of developers by launching its cloud-naïve developer certification initiative, called the Cloud Foundry Certified Developer program. The program will be delivered...

HIT Applications Management Eased by Containers as a Service

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

As healthcare organizations move toward virtualized health IT infrastructure solutions, containers-as-a-service (CaaS) are becoming a popular option deploying and managing containers, HIT applications, and clusters. A recent Research and Markets...

Low-Code App Development Frees Up Health IT Developers

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Low-code application development platforms are gaining popularity in the healthcare industry as clinicians are becoming more mobile and demand applications. Organizations are presented with the option to develop custom healthcare apps, tailor-made...

Red Hat Improves Container Management with OpenShift 3.4

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Red Hat announced the latest update to its OpenShift Container Platform to better help organizations in delivering advanced business applications compatible with existing IT environments. The OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 opens up the business-critical...

Oracle Expands Cloud Platform for High-Performance Apps

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Oracle announced new enhancements to the Oracle Cloud Platform to encourage users to move business critical applications to the cloud by delivering differentiated database performance for organizations of all sizes, and deeply integrated infrastructure-as-a-service...

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