Extended team for Healthcare Product Development
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us that every business must go digital – and the healthcare industry has been no exception. The pressures on healthcare globally to go digital and this change is here to stay, even in the post-pandemic reality. Reflecting this, global health spending is expected to increase at a 3.9% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2020 and 2024, with a considerable rise from 2.8% in 2015-2019 (Deloitte). The advancement of digital health solutions plays a major role in laying the foundation for the change in trends in healthcare enterprises.
Within this accelerated pace of digitalization, the increase in virtual consultations and remote patient monitoring has been a key trend. With the growing use of digital technologies to access healthcare, individuals are embracing technology to track their health, communicate with their doctors virtually, and access transparency on their treatments and medical costs.
Having launched over 150 digital products with our customers, 99x has proven experience in building products and platforms in long-term partnerships. We offer specific competencies in the Scandinavian healthcare domain to either build or modernise your product.
- EMR Health records: Extensive experience modernising legacy Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems and patient journal systems.
- Domain knowledge: Extensive experience working with Norwegian HealthNet (NHN) integrations for EDI messaging.
- Privacy and security: ISO 27701 Privacy Information Management Systems (PIMS) certified with all our employees aware of GDPR regulations. Also certified for ISO 9001 for quality management and ISO 27001 for information security.
- Regulatory standards: Exposure to the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standards for exchanging electronic health records. Exposure to security standards and managing access control (level 4) applicable in healthcare domain.
See our Healthcare Service Offering / Case study of Aspit for more details.