Medical Exams take too long processing submissions from Health care professionals to laboratories, and also in finding the way to contact and make the Appointment with the patients. Finally, there is no way to give the results of the exams in real-time to Health care professionals.
The solution implemented was a complete mobile and web solution that allows health care professionals to submit medical exam requests. These requests are sent to the laboratory and validated by lab agents, who contact the patient to make an appointment and take the exam. When the results are ready, the Laboratory agent uploads the results, and only the patient and the Helth care professional will access them.
We created the user experience and User interface for the web app, mobile app, and administrative console aligned with the client’s expectations and preferences.
Our Software development team designed the architecture following the arts and client requirements, looking for the best performance, to let the web app, administrative console, and mobile app look great and also allows the users to interact fluently, because of a high-performance backend solution.
The scrum methodology is our preference. A scrum master handles the development internally, and a Product Owner is involved to guarantee constant communication and potentialize the product as much as possible. We work with Azure DevOps (DevOps platforms), to transparently track the progress to every stakeholder.
We implement Manual and Automatic QA and testing procedures for functional and non-functional requirements. We work with Postman, Selenium, and Azure DevOps to report any issues, errors, or considerations.
1. Corrective Maintenance: Focus to solve any errors or issues detected after the final release.
2. Preventive Maintenance: Focused on monitoring the optimal functioning of the Apps on new OS versions or mobile devices, also monitoring the Structure and cloud services implemented to prevent any malfunctioning or App break down.
3. Evolutive Maintenance: Focused on attending new requirements from the client to improve the functionality of the product or create new utilities.