Just 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
At the end of April, Auriga’s experts participated in the 2016 edition of the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology, Hannover Messe 2016, held in Hannover, Germany. The event included five action-packed days of applications-oriented forums, special conferences, riveting panel discussions, and remarkable presentations of high-caliber speakers from business, research, and government.
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
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
With the uprising of patient devices, wearables, and healthcare apps, the amount of generated patient data grows every day. The advancement and availability of all these new technologies should by default increase the quality of healthcare. Health professionals can access any type of patient data in their workplace, and patients can get quality care even on a remote basis. Continue reading