One of the most critical issues concerning the computerization of the healthcare system is data documentation security. The obligation to ensure both physical and electronic health records (EHR) and other types of healthcare data is largely on the medical institutions. In the following text, we’ll look at the conditions they must meet under the law and good practices.
The information in the records held by a medical facility and/or healthcare software is essential for the patient and the provision of further services. Who can aggregate patient data, and on what basis? Do you need patients’ consent to use digital health data? Read on to find out.
Hospital IT departments face at least several challenges that most of us don’t have to ever think about. Read on to find out which aspects of medical informatics are the most critical from the point of view of both the healthcare facility and the patients.
Among the positive changes resulting from the digitization of almost every aspect of human life in recent years, the exponential growth and adoption of mobile healthcare apps has been one of the most significant. The market for mobile applications used for treatment, preventive healthcare, and medical management is growing at a truly dizzying rate. Which ones and to what extent are the most popular and widely used by doctors and medical staff? Read on to find out.
As a software development company, we don’t necessarily need to be compliant with external quality standards, but we want to be. And ISO 13485 certification is especially important in the context of medical app development. Read on to find out why.
Cloud solutions for healthcare (and not only) provide universal, convenient, and fast access to managed IT resources, requiring only minimal management with the provider. Thanks to them, we can create a modern working environment.
The HL7 FHIR standard describes how healthcare information can be exchanged between different computer systems. Seeing how already some 30% of the world’s data is generated by the healthcare industry – and a lot of it is highly sensitive – it’s no wonder this standard came into existence…
Medical Device Regulation (MDR) is probably the most important set of rules you need to follow when building a medical app. Let’s dive into why it exists, what it means for the healthtech sector, and why you should get familiar with it – especially if you’re planning to launch your medical app in Europe.