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Building a Digital Ecosystem to Deliver a Better Experience for Patients and Providers

It happened almost over night—the COVID-19 pandemic completely ravished global healthcare networks—driving rapid digital transformation and completely transforming the way patients and providers connect. Prior to the start of the pandemic back in 2019, only 5% of American patient-consumers had ever used a telemedicine solution or enrolled in a digital health app.

How to Maintain HIPAA Compliance in Software Development for Web and Mobile Apps

As of November 2022, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has settled 126 cases of HIPAA violations for over $133 million. OCR has intervened in 52,000 cases and guided HIPAA-covered entities before investigations or penalties were needed.  Over the last couple of decades, healthcare organizations have faced exponentially increasing threats tied to cybercrimes targeting personal health information. Are you wondering how to maintain HIPAA compliance in software development for web and mobile applications? In this article, you will learn about what HIPAA compliance means for healthcare software development partners and what steps to take to build custom HIPAA-compliant software solutions. 

10 Key Medical Device Technology Trends Transforming Patient Care in 2023

The medical device technology industry is experiencing a period of optimism and rapid expansion—global annual sales are expected to exceed 5% growth year over year to reach a value of $800 billion by 2030. All across the globe, medical device manufacturers are leveraging the world’s most advanced technologies to transform the way patients and providers connect with the digital health ecosystem. The medical device value chain is rapidly evolving: Medical device technologies offer a huge opportunity to reinvent traditional business and operations models by better leveraging business intelligence, creating value beyond the utility of a device, and creating a potent

Digital Transformation is the Key to Delivering True Person-Centered Treatment Modalities

Patient and family centered care (PFCC) is defined by the American Medical Association’s (AMA) Code of Medical Ethics across six sections covering the patient-provider relationship. According to the AMA, patient centered care emphasizes respect for patient values in defining care decisions as well as the role of patients and families as advisors and essential partners in improving care practices. Patient and family centered care is an emerging treatment modality that is closely connected to the integrated and value-based approaches to healthcare. Integrated Care: Healthcare services that integrate preventative healthcare, wellness, mental health, and other social services within community health settings.

Robotic Process Automation: How Smart Machines are Transforming Care Delivery

The U.S. healthcare industry is facing a severe shortage of skilled workers—the American Hospital Association estimates a nationwide shortage of 124,000 physicians by 2033 and will need to hire an additional 200,000 full-time nurses to meet rising care demands. The COVID-19 pandemic has only exacerbated these issues in recent years. Staff burnout reached an all-time high in 2021 with over 63% of physicians reporting at least one instance compared with just 38.2% the previous year. Unfortunately for many providers, things have not improved across 2022—healthcare ranks lowest of all industries when it comes to satisfaction with pay and overall work

Implementing Automation to Improve Pre-Clinical & Clinical Trial Technology

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, life science and pharmaceutical manufacturers have rapidly embraced automation to drive digital transformation along every touch point in the pre-clinical and clinical trial processes. Over 89% of sponsors embraced decentralized clinical trial technologies and 88% of trial sites used some form of electronic consent (eConsent) service in 2022. Electronic Investigator Site Files (eISF), eConsent, or electronic source data (eSource) are becoming industry standards for clinical trials. Study Design eProtocol Design Language Translation and Integration Study Setup Electronic Case Report Form (eCRF) Processes Study Data Tabulation Model (SDTM) Mapping Trial Management Site Selection Patient

The Future of Healthcare AI

All across the medical practice landscape, artificial intelligence (AI) is being implemented to leverage data-driven decision-making to improve efficiencies at scale. Artificial intelligence applications in healthcare leverage complex algorithms to streamline, automate, and optimize key operational processes. The result is a more seamless care environment that links medical researchers, doctors, scientists, and laboratory clinicians to advanced machine learning (ML) capabilities driving much more efficient and precise decision-making. AI holds the processing power to dramatically improve the way doctors evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients across community health settings. Healthcare expenditure on artificial intelligence is projected to grow 40% in 2023, from

How to Build HIPAA-Compliant Software Application

In 2022, more than 590 healthcare organizations experienced a data breach at an average cost of $4.35 million per event. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was signed into law in 1996 and has become the most significant piece of legislation governing patient privacy and the use, transmission, and storage of personal health information (PHI). Healthcare organizations are being targeted daily due to the value of personal health record (PHR) data on the dark web and other illicit marketplaces. In response, insurance providers are increasingly mandating third-party risk management encompassing implementing cybersecurity and data governance best practices. HIPAA