Health Tech

Testing health tech and online pharmacy apps.

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Testing Health Tech Apps

Health Tech, or digital health, is the use of technology (databases, applications, mobiles, wearables) to improve the delivery, payment, and/or consumption of care, with the ability to increase the development and commercialization of medicinal products.

Covid-19 Impact on healthcare

The need for digitalisation has exponentially increased due to impact of Covid-19. The following trends are visible: E-consultation and health-services platforms have seen an early spike. There has been a surge in Online medicine delivery, but orders are delayed. E-consultation is being sought increasingly. As medical services are a necessity, e-health platforms have been innovating to meet the demands of the care industry.

IT Challenges to solve

Companies have faced challenges of meeting regulatory requirements. There is a demand for IOT and AI driven solutions on supply side, demand side and also on preventive care side. There is a need for efficiency across operational, tactical and strategic layers, and integrated healthcare systems are the need of the hour.

Qapitol QA Testing Solutions & Automation Offerings

Qapitol QA supports healthcare organizations with automated frameworks and testing solutions:

  • IOT, Big Data & Security Testing solutions – Connected medical devices – Mobile Apps, Sensors, Wearables – integrated healthcare systems
  • Automation packs for regression testing of Integrated applications and Web Services across – Doctor & patient platforms
  • Exploratory testing of Wellness and Fitness Mobile Apps across the real user scenarios to identify user pain points
  • Domain understanding – Compliance testing HIPPA/CMS

Case Studies

Online Pharmacy Portal: Exploratory testing and automation strategy.

Medical Prescription Mobile App: Testing services, extended teams and automation guidance.

Health Tech – The new digital reality means protecting patient data and ensuring its proper flow to improve and ensure the best possible patient outcome. You need a new information architecture to accommodate the volume and types of data being produced. Without it, healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) face great risk.”



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