The variety of applications that support doctors in their daily tasks can be sometimes overwhelming. While other reviewers tend to list doctor apps according to their opinions, we've decided to concentrate on particular features. Our overview can help physicians in picking a right app for their work scope or can hint providers on what functionality they should include in the next hospital app.
With the increased attention towards healthcare CRM systems, we are here to review their efficiency in terms of patient acquisition. This time, we focus on Salesforce Health Cloud and detect all its capabilities in attracting new patients to a healthcare organization.
From the pool of all apps available for nursing practitioners, we picked up a batch of those that solve particular problems in clinical workflows: scheduling, care plan creating, medication identification and more.
We look into peculiarities of HIPAA compliance testing for medical apps and uncover tricky challenges you may come across.
Adopted in 1996, HIPAA protects personal health information (PHI) in health facilities. Any healthcare software product entering the U.S. market must comply with it. So how can software testing assure that a healthcare application complies with HIPAA? To find out the answer, let’s consider HIPAA compliance testing of a hospital web application.
We investigate healthcare IT investments in the first half of 2017 to find what are the areas in most demand and which technologies grab the attention of clinical decision makers.
Continuing the topic of mobile-driven readmission prevention in patients with heart failure, we shift towards general mHealth apps with reach functionality and high potential.
Providers can reduce the number of readmissions in patients with heart failure with the help of mobile applications. We review the top of the batch.
CMS helps healthcare to evolve, but sometimes this evolution is unbearably slow. However, the new telehealth-focused rule can boost up mHealth and we are eager to see what will come next.