Veritas IT develops next-generation applications that allow healthcare solutions to scale according to the business. Focusing on user experience design, security and data privacy, and developing architectural design criteria will facilitate transaction speed for reporting and business intelligence dashboards. Veritas IT’s software development projects are Made in USA, with local employees that collaborate with Clients to perform enterprise software development that meets these objectives. For projects that involve custom medical software development, Veritas IT follows a database design and database development process that supports data aggregation and business intelligence to facilitate HIPAA regulatory compliance for their member network and overcome the challenges of managing different software products with different versions and installations in different end-user environments.
Veritas IT health care system to adopt standards-based electronic health information systems, including electronic health records and records analysis through data mining, reporting and business intelligence solutions. Electronic medical records (EMR), practice management, billing, payroll, and human resources automation will improve patient care and management of your practice. In particular, HIPAA compliance software, which govern standards for claims administration and health information security and privacy, uses EDI (electronic data interchange) standards for standards based data exchange for electronic medical records (EMR). EMR applications for mobile devices and smartphone software development provide new options for health records management.
Veritas IT can build both web- and mobile-based solutions:
1) Secure solutions for HIPAA-compliant data exchange via SMS, chat and internal messaging including possibility to attach files (e.g., analyses, X-Ray pictures, etc.)
2) Chatbot apps with customizable standard messages to provide required information from different sources via web and mobile interfaces Systems with authorized data access, depending on the user role (patient, representative, doctor, case manager or any other authority)
3) Augmented reality (AR) applications to give both doctors and patients the possibility to describe symptoms and recovery options, and healthcare plans in a more efficient way
4) Development of IoT-based smart solutions (heart-rate, blood-pressure monitor) for instant, real-time control of patients’ state and their integration into existing management systems