Startup companies may have excellent concepts but lack the skills or experience to complete them.
In this case, combining client knowledge with the competency of a digital technology partner allowed patients to remain at home while receiving clinical follow-up.
A European startup company and eHealth services provider was building out an innovative remote care system that would leverage the cloud and specially designed devices to enable telehealth activities.
It would allow patients who otherwise required clinic visits to manage aspects of their healthcare themselves instead.
However, the startup lacked expertise in a critical part of the system: communications. For the remote care system to succeed, it needed to enable easy communication between patients, nurses, and doctors.
The company turned to GlobalLogic to create an audio/video call infrastructure that would enable reliable communication between remote medical centers and care teams across low-bandwidth or intermittent networks, with support for security and data privacy to meet FDA cybersecurity guidance.
GlobalLogic applied its UI/UX design to ensure that the device would be easy to use across a broad spectrum of users.
GlobalLogic also leveraged its 13485- and 62304-compliant quality system in product development, enabling integration between iPads, a range of medical equipment provided in the Professional Medical Kit, and a web portal for medical professionals.
The startup gained a robust communication platform that allowed them to build a community of approved doctors in one iHealth platform.
The easy-to-use and intuitive platform can scale across large populations and support security classifications for a wide range of clinical use cases, providing enhanced care for patients and enabling access for patients to get fast and professional care using phone calls, high-end medical devices, and modern technologies.