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Enhancing Patient-Clinician Communication—Mobility Magic

Real-Time Is Not A Luxury Anymore.

Let’s imagine two entirely different scenarios:

Scenario 1: You are a physician traveling to attend a conference or on vacation. A patient is nearing his mandated checkup. Since the situation might not be as urgent as to warrant a referral to another physician, it is best that you advise him on next steps until you meet him in person. So what do you do? Log in to the digital solution, find latest test results uploaded by the lab, and advise via chat.

Scenario 2: You are traveling. There is a situation requiring urgent medical attention and you want your physician’s advice before attempting anything else. You log in to your provider’s mobile application and reach out to the doctor, who immediately accesses your medical history and test reports, to send you his advice on treatment methods.

Welcome to new-age healthcare powered by digital.

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Getting Agile Ceremonies and Artifacts Right

Agile ceremonies and artifacts can be very hard to standardize. The very nature of agile gives its users the ability to inspect and adapt. This is true even in the case of the various ceremonies and artifacts. Things that are considered essential by one team may not even be required by another. Here’s my take on the topic, based on what I’ve learned from working in an agile team. The article focuses on some key agile ceremonies and artifacts and how to get them right.

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Inspection and Compliance Solution

7 Ways a Comprehensive Inspection and Compliance Solution Can Enhance Profitability

Many field technicians struggle with inefficient ways of tackling inspection and compliance management tasks. Managers and supervisors do not enjoy the desired visibility into the status of assets or the corrective action required. Such situations are common in industries where inspection and compliance management are still done using paper-based or email forms. Needless to say that this results in inefficiency, lack of clarity, and wastage of resources.

This blog evaluates how a mobile-based, dynamic inspection and compliance solution can enable industries to enhance profitability.

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Why Do Healthcare Apps Fail?

Healthcare apps are often perceived as point-of-care solutions to extend care beyond clinical settings. Suppose you experience fire-in-your-chest kind of heartburn in the middle of the night and there’s no one to take you to the nearest clinic. It’s when your mHealth app could come to your rescue. You can easily fix up a video conference with a doctor who may be miles away from you, or you can doctor the discomfort yourself.

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ES6: Scripting Better JavaScript

Are you tired of maintaining your object-oriented code in JavaScript? The new JavaScript standard, ECMAScript 6, has good news for you. New syntactic sugars have been added to the language that make writing and maintaining object-oriented code in JavaScript a delight.

Let’s explore what’s in store for you.

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Parse Migration

Migrating from Parse: Moving Apps from Parse.com to Hosted Node Server

In this mobile first world, it’s BaaS (Backend as a Service) that fuels fast-paced development and deployment. Whether it is for prototyping or building a production-ready mobile application, BaaS lets you configure and set up your backend APIs and other services, like push notifications, periodic jobs, REST APIs for CRUD operations and many more, in a matter of a few hours.

Parse was one of the popular choice in this segment. With its wide set of libraries, mobile SDKs, and a lot of other options, Parse had become one of the most preferred BaaS service for mobile apps in the last couple of years.

Unfortunately, with Parse to be fully retired on Jan 28, 2017, we have to think of migrating the apps hosted on Parse.com with the least possible rewrites.

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