Illumisoft Software Development Blog
Often, AI and ML are lumped together as being one and the same. In reality, there is utility in understanding them as different aspects of an overall information ecosystem.
Healthcare solution consulting is a way to bring your big ideas to life, so when seeking a partnership it’s important to explore every angle before making this big decision. Here’s what you need to know.
Dr. Chi-ming’s project utilizes science and technology to validate a hypothesis that he has around mTBI (mild Traumatic Brain Injury). Previously, in this area of study the sensors utilized some limited methods to measure the impact of these types of injuries. Dr. Chi-ming is expanding both the method of collecting and analyzing this data but also measuring some new types of data to learn about these types of injuries.
In recent years, businesses in the healthcare sector have recognized the importance of custom software solutions that enable them to become more efficient, more productive, and more resilient in the face of change.
It’s becoming more apparent that ML technology is shaping the future of the healthcare industry which is why it’s important to learn and understand it.
Client: Neurogen Network Website: https://www.myneurogen.com/ Technology used: Azure Storage, ReactJS, MaterialUI, GraphQL, Axios, MobX, Electron. Description of project: Create a secure, HIPAA compliant telemedicine solution to perform neuromonitoring utilizing a...
Healthcare has seen extensive utilization of technology that has been moving at a snail’s pace– nowhere more so than in medical testing, where decentralized clinical trials are quickly becoming the norm.
Mobile technology in healthcare continues to holistically benefit not only patients, but also physicians, medical centers, and pharmaceutical companies.
Remote patient monitoring systems have seen massive adoption in the last year. They have the ability to boost bottom lines and improve patient care but it starts with a solid implementation plan.
When it comes to improving patient outcomes, most medical professionals would agree there’s one key differentiator: data. Here, we’ll break down the FHIR vs. HL7 dynamic, walking you through the evolution and utilization of each EHR technology.
There’s no understating of just how quickly the healthcare landscape has shifted. Only a few years ago, annual physicals and intermittent check-ups were the default patient routine. However, recent developments in telehealth technology (including wearables, mobile apps, and advanced analytics) have dramatically improved the quality and convenience of personalized healthcare delivery.
Remote patient monitoring solutions give providers the ability to keep tabs on their patients’ health just as closely as they could in-person. Here’s everything you need to know.