The reinvention of HealthCare Digital solution to provide the best-fit results for the healthcare ecosystem
In the Discovery stage, we collected the data through interviews, discussions, and competitive analysis to bring a user-friendly design. We performed various activities to understand the requirements and goals of the application.
Here, we started our discovery stage, where we researched the perspectives and by understanding the user and domain of 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 depicted the action of our plan.
Here, our team developed the workable UIs and iterated them according to the needs of the stakeholders.
We migrated from ASP.net and Microsoft Silverlight to Angular 6 because Microsoft 2016 stopped supporting Silverlight for the latest browsers.
This restrained the doctors and medical staff from updating their browsers, as the application was not compatible with the latest browsers. It led to an increase in security threats.
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 were the prevailing standard for Service-Oriented Architectures.
We switched to modern HTTP APIs with ASP.NET Core MVC and documented the API using Swagger due to the following benefits it offered: