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How can patient portals improve communication in healthcare

Health is wealth, and time may be the most valuable commodity. No one wants to waste time or be left waiting when health is in jeopardy. That’s where digital patient portals come in. In recent years, few pieces of the digital health ecosystem have transformed practice environments and medical outcomes as remarkably as patient communication portals.
Patient portals for healthcare improve communication to create a more potent therapeutic alliance between patients and their community health resources. These software tools extend the reach of healthcare organizations and deliver digital acceleration to fuel competitive advantage.

Building progressive web apps to deliver digital health applications

A progressive web application (PWA) is a web-based software built using HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and WebAssembly. Native applications,on the other hand, are built using Objective-C, Swift for iOS, and Java for Android.  For many healthcare organizations, the shorter development timelines, lower costs, and quicker time-to-market make building custom PWAs an attractive option compared to native apps designed exclusively for Android, iOS, and other operating systems.
Developers need not work with multiple languages and development parameters with PWAs, as they are constructed from a single code base. In addition, as they are designed to work with web browsers such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Edge, progressive web apps bypass the release requirements of app stores.
Developing a progressive web app with React JS is a great choice for releasing custom healthcare applications. It is considered easier to debug and has the backing of a huge developer community supporting new releases.