This is a short introduction to concepts of upcoming cutting-edge technology and what the world of healthcare may encounter and even incorporate in the future of their practices. Many of these modern technologies are already far into development and even being utilized today such as Virtual Reality Headsets, Augmented Reality Headsets / Goggles / Glasses / Cameras, Wearables, and all kinds of deep and machine learning AI utilizing a lot of the aforementioned hardware. In this blog series you will learn about the latest news on this technology involving and progressing the world of healthcare. Currently, much of this hardware and software is already being used today for:


-Assisted Surgery

-Medical Training


-Advanced Visualization

-Educational Purposes

-Therapy (Physical, Optical, Psychological)


-Business / IT in Healthcare

-Remote Conferencing

-And much much more

In future blog posts we will explore the different types of ways Healthcare is utilizing advanced tools from major companies such as Oculus, HTC, Valve, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, Magic Leap, and more to explore and effectively perform tasks that would be deemed otherwise difficult due to outdated or traditional tech and tools. We will be following major tech releases from conventions and gatherings including CES, HIMSS, Tech Crunch Disrupt, Apple WWDC, Google I/O, WSJ Tech Health, 4Front Colorado, Ai4, Intelligent Health London, and Medfuse. The future is sure to hold many new conferences that have not been announced yet, but by following us we will keep you updated so you never miss a beat when it comes to how the world of health and healing is progressing. In upcoming posts we will share with you some of the already successful and upcoming companies and websites disrupting the healthcare world with this new wave of technology.

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Since the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic more and more companies are asking employees to work from home.  I’m happy to say that our company has been operating 100% remote for many years, as we have helped our clients transition their teams to a distributed work structure. 

We get many questions about how we make it work and wanted to share some of the practices that we have implemented and are incorporating into our daily work routine.

  1. Provide remote team with the best suite of tools to be productive.  These tools focus on software development, team communication and collaboration, knowledge management and project controls.
  2. Develop an outcome-based process with clearly defined and agreed to expectations of deliverables, timelines and quality of work, without the need for continuous monitoring of employees.  
  3. Implement a continuous discipline for estimation of work, evaluation of deliverables and daily online team check-ins and updates.
  4. Incorporate security measures to protect systems and data
  5. Acommodate flexible work schedules, with the exception of mandatory core meetings attendance. 
  6. Organize teams by feature/product based verticals to streamline remote collaboration of smaller and more targeted groups.
  7. On the technology side, use system architecture that support microservices and microsites for fully custom systems or PaaS (Platform as a Service) for Cloud based SaaS (Software as a Service).
  8. Utilize proper System Architecture to support quick and independent product/feature team releases to decrease feature to market times.
  9. Manage expectations and continuously improve business process by doing regular retrospectives. Don’t expect everything to work perfectly on day 1. There’s definitely a ramp-up period.  Learn from your mistakes, improve your practices on a continuous basis, customizing the process based on composition of the team and needs of the business.

As we meet new challenges, taking advantage of available tools and skillsets allows us to help our clients to continue to grow and succeed.

What are some of your tips to make transition to remote work a success? What are your biggest challenges?

We want to congratulate our international team of IT professionals on doing an incredible job, helping Healthcare Organizations optimize, build, grow and improve health outcomes. Some of our 2019 highlights:

  • Cloud based portal for management of patient services
  • Microsoft D365 CRM based Case Management platform
  • Decision support for intake and authorization
  • Automated Billing and Collections
  • Integration with EMRs, EHRs, Clearinghouses and Health Plans.
  • Implementation of PowerBI Business Intelligence platforms
  • Patient management and administration solution
  • Custom Portal solutions for Facility Partners
  • Document and Knowledge Management solution
  • Manufacturer and Materials Management solution
  • App Security, HIPAA and HiTRUST compliance Our plan for 2020
  • Continue to deliver improvements in operational efficiencies, lowering medical costs through automation, while allowing healthcare organizations to focus on quality of patient care.
  • Continue to build on our project management fluency with new dashboards, tracking team metrics, and training of our clients on best practices in agile, scrum and DevOps.

We are super excited about our upcoming launches, continuing to build on our accomplishments and are looking forward to a fantastic year ahead.

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