Last year, we shared our insights into the top 5 digital health trends that are helping shape the future of healthcare and we are happy to say we will continue to see these trends evolve well throughout 2018. This year we rang in the new year with our clients’ and their innovative projects that just so happen to fall into each of the following 7 categories.
Without a doubt, this will be an exciting year as we are at the forefront of the latest technologies with endless possibilities for the improvement of healthcare. More than ever before, we are ecstatic about bringing our clients’ visions to realization and are looking forward to seeing more trends emerge as the year progresses.
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This summer all the tech buzzwords will hijack the digital health space. AI, chatbots, machine learning, blockchain and cloud platforms are successfully being integrated in health tech processes and have solidified the support needed to enable the digital health revolution. For us it all started during HIMSS earlier this year, when we met with IBM and established a premier partnership. Since then we have been busy implementing the Bluemix Cloud Platform, collaborating with Watson Health and building digital health chatbots.
Being in the digital health space for over 15 years, even back when it was called Health IT, has instilled the urge in us for new innovations and products that will disrupt the market. We test them to make sure that not only are they safe, but that they are truly shaping the future. Then we support our efforts by introducing it to our clients and partners.
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Summer is famous for its flings, and our R&D department (basically our devs having fun with new tech) chose their first week of summer crush – AWS Lambda (before another one catches their eye next week – IBM Bluemix OpenWhisk).
In just a couple of hours in a relaxed summer atmosphere (courtesy of our HR department for providing these amazing lounge chairs) our devs were able to test AWS Lambda by making a Slack Bot. The idea was to check how we could automize and build a development environment for a healthcare client – meaning it needed to be HIPAA compliant (whence AWS Lambda and Slack).
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