The Maine Medical Center Imaging Informatics development team focuses on improving patient care by managing their records data and making them available while ensuring patient privacy. As Maine Medical Center went through the process of bring hospitals into their healthcare system, the team was challenged with the complexity of merging patient records, data integrity, and overall data security. With Microsoft® development technologies and the integrated developer tools created by PreEmptive Solutions, the Imaging Informatics team at Maine Medical Center was able to improve patient care by ensuring patient data was accurately migrated, secure, and available when and where they needed it.
In this episode you'll get to explore the cross-platform mobile strategy we took with the project, and how we built our app using Apache Cordova framework, just once, with it working on any device a volunteer would want to use. We also dive deeper into how Visual Studio 2015 enabled us to build this app quickly and easily, along with how we took advantage of our own (free) Android emulator and other cool debugging experiences.
We'll end the episode with a tour of the mobile app we made over the 3-day event, with all source code available now on GitHub: https://github.com/htbox/
Sela Canada developed a health record application for pregnant homeless or marginally housed women. The project was proposed and sponsored by two St Michael's Hospital social workers to help educate these women, and track their pre- and post-natal care and appointments.