Another year comes to an end. The year of Auriga’s 25th anniversary was filled with achievements and successes.
This year was a year of recognition for our company. Not only did our company once again make the Global Outsourcing 100 list, but it was also named “Supplier of the Year” in the “Services” category by Dräger Medical, beating out the industry giant Microsoft. Also, our Vilnius branch was recognized as one of the financially strongest in Lithuania. Continue reading
On December 7–11, Moscow hosted the key healthcare industry event in Russia: Russian Healthcare Week International Scientific and Practical Forum. More than ten specialized events and conferences took place within the frames of this huge event, and over 1,000 Russian and global companies—including Philips, Toshiba, Physiomed, Storz, Fujifilm, Hitachi, Samsung, Heinemann, Mindray, and other key market players—presented their innovative solutions for diagnostics and the treatment and prevention of diseases. Continue reading
On November 16–19, Düsseldorf hosted the world’s largest event for the healthcare industry: MEDICA 2015. The trade fair and conference traditionally held at the end of the year allowed medical device manufacturers, software and information systems development companies, and other experts to summarize the results of the outgoing year, have a look at new solutions, and discuss the future industry development trends. The key topics of MEDICA2015 included telemedicine, visualization, lab diagnostics, sports therapy, and physiotherapy as well as medical education. Continue reading
November 20, 2015, Woburn, MA – Auriga Inc. conducts market research to uncover significant trends, issues, and concerns of healthcare professionals related to the interoperability of medical devices and information systems.
The growing diversity of patient devices, wearables, and healthcare apps generates an overwhelming amount of patient data. This should be a good thing. Cutting-edge patient-oriented technologies provide for better medical care—or at least, that’s how it’s supposed to be. Unfortunately, that’s not the reality. Continue reading
On October 21–23, 2015, Moscow hosted Russian Interactive Week (RIW)—one of the main IT events in Russia for the internet, media, telecom, and software development industries—for the eighth time. The event included two days of conference sessions, a high-tech exhibition hall, a media communications forum, and a number of special social events, like awards ceremonies, presentations, and promotional activities. Continue reading