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The reinvention of HealthCare Digital solution providing Best Fit Results for Healthcare Ecosystem


Project Overview
Fibonalabs transformed the Yeats Clinic System for Medicomp Solutions with the in-trend technology and innovative design to empower hospital management with an easy way to access the medical information of patients.
The challenge for us
The collection of reliable electronic health records and the fast extraction of details about the medication process are one of the biggest challenges for doctors to treat a patient. To improve the health care medication operation and information, a flexible and digital solution is required. The existing application couldn't adapt to the real-world changes in the technology world to improve performance and scalability, security. This came as a business problem and hospitals started losing customers.
Medicomp Solutions was struggling with the old technology and design of its practice management system, Yeats. so, the client reached out to Fibonalabs to transform their practice management system for all the medical stakeholders with in-trend technology under the HIPAA compliance. The doctors were using iPad so we also went on creating interacting application for iPad to increase the ease of operations for them.
Transform the system with the latest technology for fast medical operations
Modernize the design of existing Clinic system
Provide an easy way for medical staff to get reliable medication data at a digital platform
The organization faced hundreds of appointments daily, and medical staff struggled to find out the patient history, approvals of the appointments, and the report documents, etc. Therefore, a digitally sound and flexible practice management system was required with the latest technology that would provide better storage to the records and effectively deal with the daily medication processes for hospitals in north America.
Our approach
To start redesigning the iPad application for doctors, we chose the D4 process
Discover .
User Interviews, Stakeholder Interviews, Competitors Analysis
Define .
Persona, Use Case & User Journey
Design .
Wireframes, Visual Design
Develop .
UI Development & Testing
In discovery stage, we collected the data through interviews, discussions, and competitive analysis to bring use-friendly design. We performed various activities to understand the requirements and goals of the application. Here, we started our discovery stage, where we researched about the perspectives and by understanding the user and domain the entire application, we understood the need for a more flexible and intuitive interface for the application.
After the discovery stage, we reached the stage where our team of designers defined the personas. The user journey for doctors from login the entire information to the patient’s history and printing of improvement in health conditions clearly depicted the action of our plan.
At the designing stage we came up with the wireframes for all the use cases. This stage is collaborated and iterative to bring the attractive & user-friendly visual designs of the clinic system for the doctors.
Development With Latest Javascript Wireframe
Reason For Migration:
We migrated WCF SOAP services to modern HTTP APIs with ASP.NET Core MVC Documented the API using Swagger.
WCF was originally released as part of .NET Framework 3.0 at the end of 2006. The world of distributed systems was very different then: JSON was barely a thing, and Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) using XML-serialized SOAP messages was the prevailing standard for Service-Oriented Architectures.
Increased capacity to handle the application
Normalized API’s that enables plug and play solutions
Centralized reusable business logic
Multi-tenant architecture
Self-service dashboard for an end-to-end transaction
Orchestration of Synchronous/Asynchronous API services
Build-in support for Feature flag (Configuration driven)
Azure Cloud
We migrated from ASP.net with Microsoft Silverlight to Angular 6 component-based approach. Later 2016 Microsoft stopped supporting Silverlight for the latest browsers, hence the medical staff couldn't use the application with their latest browsers. It stopped the doctors and medical staff to update their browsers and led to security threats.
High-level abstraction layers between application layers
Unidirectional data flow
Reactive state management
Modular design to handle complex dynamic forms
Smart and dump components
Also, we have implemented complex custom components for graphs and a dashboard.
Visual design
Value Delivered
The transformed system gave medical stakeholders the flawless user interface to view and approve the appointments efficiently. It helped them to onboard more hospitals and increase their presence in North America. Now, they can save medical reports, patient history, and health updates in one platform. With the increase in efficiency and productivity of health-care staff, the complete reinvention has offered better and easy management of data with increase in number of hospitals onboarded.

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