Medical Software Development
We design and develop custom HIPAA compliant medical software and applications for telemedicine, in-office use, training, or in the field.
Create, Update, or Overhaul Medical Software or Apps
Custom biomedical software applications require a particular level of expertise when it comes to HIPAA compliance and FDA approval. We have worked with clients at various stages of their medical software development process, sometimes taking over where a previous developer left the project, while at other times working with a project from the initial idea through to the FDA approval process.
Art+Logic engineers and designers have worked on medical software projects for major industry clients throughout the country. We provide software and app development as well as software for hardware. We never outsource or offshore our work.
Biomedical Software Applications
We will work with your proof of concept (POC) and offer our experience and perspective to help translate your idea into a viable app or software product. Whether you need an app to help your patients through telemedicine, to be used by doctors in the ER, or to help researchers who have to juggle enormous amounts of data, whatever your needs, our designers and developers can create it for you. Talk to us.
Improve patient/client communication
Help patients manage their conditions
Field Data Calibration
Track and administer information about patient medications
Big Data collection and medical data consolidation
Remote physician consulting
Health engagement platforms
Manage patient medical records
Pharmaceutical management apps
Process patient information through your organization’s workflow
Prep your apps and submit them to the Apple Store and to Google Play
Our Biomedical Software Services
Field Data Calibration
Patient Data Collection
Medical Data Consolidation
“It’s been a pleasure working with Art+Logic’s app development team to build the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA) PressorDex app. As a physician who works in a high-intensity work environment like the emergency department or intensive care unit, a clinical application’s content must be clear, reliable, and easy to use. The developers at Art+Logic have been extremely responsive in making sure that our app’s functionality meets these needs as well as what our users want.”
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