Category : Enterprise Mobility
Posted by:Shyam Deval March 31st, 2017
  In the age when digital sharing has become such an integral part of our lives, patient expectations regarding receiving high quality personal health care are heavily linked with medical industries ability in sharing health records.   According to the study done by Transcend Insights , vast majority of patients (97 percent) believe it is important for any health … Continue reading “Patients Consider Health Record Interoperablity Very Important For Quality Health Care”
Posted by:admin March 21st, 2017
“Boston Technology Corporation’s immediacy of response is impeccable. Whenever we have any issues, and I have to contact them, I have someone reaching back usually within the hour.” – Cofounder, Farm2Tables “Boston Technology Corporation was truly a part of our team … “ – Founder, My Gene Counsel The quotes above are just the tip of … Continue reading “Past Clients Are Saying Great Things!”
Posted by:Nithin Rao November 15th, 2016
This interview was posted earlier on the contaractiq blog. We’re featuring Boston Technology Corporation today as part of our Top App Developers Interview series. They’re an interesting company that specialise in Health Apps. Here we’re in conversation with their President, Shyam Deval, who takes us through the company’s journey & gives his view on the current state of … Continue reading “INTERVIEWING SHYAM DEVAL FROM BOSTON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION – TOP BOSTON APP DEVELOPER”
Posted by:Nithin Rao October 4th, 2016
IBM Watson In Healthcare: What You Should Know? In the previous blog we looked at the potential of IBM Watson in healthcare. In this blog we will look in detail of how it is of use in various sections of healthcare. Evidence Based Diagnosis The biggest and much needed area of healthcare is that of the evidence based diagnosis. Today, … Continue reading “IBM Watson In Healthcare: What You Should Know?”
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Posted by:Nithin Rao September 28th, 2016
As the healthcare world grapples with humongous amounts of data generated, consider this Watson can read 40 million documents in 15 seconds. 80% of health data is invisible to current systems because it’s unstructured. Watson Health can see it. A quick look at IBM Watson’s capabilities highlight the potential it has in healthcare. From wellness to improving healthcare outcomes, from … Continue reading “IBM Watson – Healthcare’s Powerful Ally”
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Posted by:Shyam Deval September 7th, 2016
With everyone’s eye set on the launch of the seventh iteration of the iPhone, what excites me more is Apple in Healthcare. The consistent strides that Apple is making in healthcare is noteworthy. In 2014 Apple launched HealthKit and in early 2015 it launched ResearchKit and later in 2016 it launched CareKit. Very recently it purchased patient information data gathering … Continue reading “The Rise Of Apple In Healthcare: What You Should Know”
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Posted by:Nithin Rao August 19th, 2016
The moment one speaks of the Internet of things we are reminded of countless sensors, wearables and smart devices. These only show us the consumer facing technology which is already a reality in many cases. There are also many companies that are advancing such consumer facing technology in rapid speed. But, this is just the one side of the story! … Continue reading “Internet Of Very Important Things – PREDIX”
Posted by:Ranjani Rao August 5th, 2016
There is a beauty to a job well done – and a satisfaction in getting it right. And especially when we talk of complex projects that call for a good use of logic, design and analysis; it’s amazing how proper efforts in all stages of the project can lead to a well-orchestrated end result and a product the team can … Continue reading “The 3-Legged Stool and A Complex Project: An Analogy”
Posted by:Shyam Deval August 3rd, 2016
The Precision Medicine Initiative was announced by President Obama in his 2015 State of the Union Address. This initiative seeks to revolutionize the way diseases are treated through a thorough research effort aimed at studying individual differences in people and how these differences affect treatment and care. Moving away from a ‘one size fits all’ approach, this effort seeks to … Continue reading “Precision Medicine And Mobile Apps – What’s The Connection ?”
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Posted by:McKinley Hackett July 28th, 2016
In a strange way, Pokémon Go is also driving increased activity for our youth, as kids search for elusive Pokémon by walking around. As we continue to engage with technology to help us manage our health, we embark on the crossroads of IoT and Patient Engagement. First off, IoT stands for the Internet of Things, and Wearables will generate $14 … Continue reading “The Patient Engagement in an IoT Pokémon Go World”

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