Health Level 7: Interoperability Is the Future

free-vector-hl7_068771_hl7Just as people need to speak a common language to understand each other, computer applications need to communicate with a common protocol to share data. HL7 protocol development started in 1987 to allow healthcare applications to securely exchange clinical data with each other. Over time, HL7 has become globally accepted, widely accredited, and recognized as the most commonly used set of interoperability standards in the world. Continue reading

The Future of Medical Mobile Health Assistance

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After a series of developments, mobile devices are now being leveraged in the medical sector as a reliable tool in tracking the health of patients and assisting professionals in managing their daily workload. In fact, wearables and mobile health app usage has increased by 50% from 2014 to 2016. Experts state this can be accounted to the wide adoption of mobile technologies by both consumers and the industry itself.

But what does the future hold for the medical mobile health assistance? Should we expect new innovations or just new apps? Continue reading

Auriga Invites You to Meet with Us at Two Expo Shows in Boston

In April, Auriga’s experts plan to attend two great events, BIOMEDevice and the Embedded Systems Conference (ESC), to share our experience and network with the leading experts, current customers, and prospective leads. Both events will take place on April 13–14 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, MA. Continue reading

Telemedicine: It’s Time to Gain Momentum

iStock_000031763998SmallTelemedicine is a hot topic in healthcare and a big focus for IT companies providing software solutions for the medtech industry. The telemedicine market grows fast, creates a lot of new opportunities and appears to have a promising future. But will telemedicine overcome the challenges it faces in today’s increasingly competitive business world? Continue reading