Tracking the latest tech innovations

Being a great software development firm means going beyond knowing the mechanics. Our team has a genuine interest in, and deep understanding of a range of topics. And their restless curiosity means they love to help you learn more about the world of software development and design.

Here, you’ll find insightful, informative blogs covering everything from artificial intelligence to UX design.

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Patient-centered healthcare: How custom software solutions can help

The realm of modern healthcare is dynamic and always a work in progress. Modern healthcare is witnessing a profound shift where patient-centered care has taken center stage. Gone are the days when patient metrics solely measured healthcare. Today, quality takes precedence over quantity. This transition underscores a fundamental change in perspective, emphasizing delivering healthcare services of the highest quality. There is a growing focus on personalized approaches over standardized protocols.

The future of tech-driven ideas in healthcare

Technological advancements have revolutionized healthcare delivery. There is an increasing use of technology in every aspect of healthcare whether it is consulting doctors or managing own health data. The converging point of technology and healthcare burgeoned new avenues for innovation and transformation. Undoubtedly, technological involvement in the healthcare landscape has improved patient outcomes globally. Today, we are witnessing extraordinary advancements that were once unimaginable. From robotic surgery to virtual consultations and wearables to AI diagnostic tools, healthcare technology is changing the face of modern medicine.

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Enhancing EHRs UI/UX to build a perfect solution

Electronic health records (EHRs) in the US are infamous for their cumbersome interface, insufficient workflow support, information overload, poor interoperability, and documentation burden on clinicians.Though EHRs have become an indispensable tool for doctors, these digital repositories of patient information are rift with user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design flaws that impede efficient navigation and usage.Clinicians have pinpointed the lack of usability and interoperability as the main problems in several surveys over the past decade.
More than half of the primary care physicians (PCPs) surveyed by Stanford Medicine research via The American Medical Association and The Harris Poll said that EHRs need a complete overhaul, and 49% said using an EHR solution actually detracts from their clinical effectiveness.

The crucial role of UX/UI design in developing healthcare solutions

As healthcare increasingly leverages technology, the design of user experience and interface is critical to the success of healthcare software, applications, devices, and platforms. In fact, the efficacy and acceptance of healthcare solutions depend on the UX/UI provided to patients and clinicians, who rely on them as life-saving tools. Intuitive and user-friendly interfaces not only spell convenience but can also improve usage habits that ultimately save lives.
According to Grand View Research, the global healthcare IT market is projected to reach $1,834.3 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2024 to 2030. The growth of UX/UI, intrinsic to healthcare IT solutions, will naturally be in step and is destined to improve patient outcomes.

Features and benefits of pharmacy inventory management software

The US healthcare system is continually adapting to new technologies, fresh implementation statutes, and regulatory reforms. The role of the pharmacy and the pharmacist is also undergoing a sea change.
This blog is aimed at educating pharmacists on the benefits of inventory management in pharmacy to relieve them of some of the burden of work that may be a less critical aspect of their profession.
Pharmacists have to contend with administrative chores, upskilling to use new technologies, operational tasks, and financial responsibilities, not to mention keeping pace with government mandates.
The latter is the most challenging, with pharmacies found guilty of non-implementation or inadequate compliance. This is despite the availability of technology solutions, data-driven strategies to streamline workflows, and healthcare software development services that offer interoperable solutions.

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Your complete guide to developing custom medical billing software

The digital transformation of the health sector has brought several beneficial software innovations to the fore.  The development of medical billing software is one of them, and it has greatly sped up the convoluted process of receiving payments from the patient-consumer in the US.
Medical billing software automates the systematic submission and processing of healthcare claims for reimbursement.  As part of the revenue cycle management (RCM) of healthcare entities, the end goal of medical billing software is to help the healthcare provider get paid for the services provided.  However, as the RCM workflow comprises administrative and clinical functions that aim to capture, manage, and collect patient service revenue, medical billing software also streamlines critical processes and optimizes the management of financial resources. The global market for medical billing software was estimated at $ 87.95 million in 2021 and is projected to reach $ 186.08 million by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 11.3%, according to an Introspective Market Research report.

E-prescription software development: industry tips and best practices

In the aftermath of COVID-19, the healthcare industry is embracing new and innovative technologies that promote telehealth. Telehealth or the use of digital and communication technologies to access healthcare services grew dramatically when the pandemic was at its peak.
Healthcare providers, patients, and pharmacies alike discovered the speed and ease of use of e-prescriptions. Public Health Emergency waivers and telemedicine flexibilities gave a fillip to the use of e-prescriptions widening the scope for customized solutions.

What are the six main features of medical practice management software?

Modern medical practice involves overseeing various complex administrative and operational management tasks. Governing these functions can often become challenging for healthcare enterprises as they navigate between effective patient care and routine management.
Medical practice management (MPM) software assists physicians in streamlining the administrative aspects of healthcare or clinical management effectively, helping them to prioritize their patient treatment plan.