We built a DICOM component for an existing EMR with an Open Source library to allow viewing of medical images and annotating, at the same.
We built and integrated a secure messaging component to an existing patient portal system.
The application tracked multiple cohorts of cancer patients based on the type of cancer and modality of treatment used over a period of several years to track efficacy to treatment on multiple parameters.
It is an affordable care start-up and we are building a secure audio-video platform for them with cutting edge CBT tools and integration with wearable health bands.
This was a large project funded by USAID and deployed in Bangladesh and Iraq. This involved gathering on-ground data regarding coverage and efficacy of aid given at ground level and its effect on the survival rates of TB patients. It consisted of a tablet part that tracked location, time-stamped various records as they were filled, and a web part that allowed the creation of a new questionnaire and generated statistical results.
This was a US government-funded project to track various cancer patients being treated at multiple facilities across the United States; capturing their somatic and psychological distress levels at each clinical encounter and modality of treatment. The data was streamed to a centralized server after stripping off privileged information, thereby allowing clinics to share data for research purposes without the fear of being penalized.
This is a Surescript certified product that handles e-prescription, eligibility, coverage benefits, and medical history. eazyScripts typically partners with telemedicine companies and is now gunning to handle price adjudication at the point of prescription and EPA.