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Radiology PACS – Product Engineering

Our client, based in Boston, offers from radiology PACS to tele-radiology solutions. Client’s objective was to have 50% of their Engineering team be offshore in an augmented fashion for their premier product PACS V6. The team is highly skilled in solving problems using tools like Java, C++, Imaging, PACS and healthcare standards like DICOM, HL7 and HIPAA. The radiology PACS workstation had to display a DICOM study within 2 seconds. The product has a rich client based on Java Swing for the Radiologists as well as a web-based portal solution for the referring physicians. IBM’s DB2 hosted the data repository. Server stack was IIS/Tomcat/DB2/Windows 2003 Server. The workstation contains image manipulation tools, DICOM Query Retrieve, Study Query Search, 3D Integration with Fovia Engine, Mammo diagnostic workstation, etc.

Extranet Portal for a Health Insurance company, San Francisco, CA, USA

Our client, a non-profit health insurance provider, provides a host of services to its members, providers, producers and employers through their extranet portal. The member portal helps members in locating a suitable provider, choosing the right plan and providing access to several resources regarding health and well being. For providers, it provides information on member eligibility and benefits, allows for submission and viewing of medical authorization and submission of claims. The site allows producers to find plans that serve their clients’ needs and employers to manage their employees’ health coverage. Technology Stack is jQuery/Struts2/Spring/Hibernate/Oracle on a clustered IBM Websphere server farm.

HealthPractice Mobile

HPM is the mobile platform for our product HealthPractice. HPM allows doctors to manage their appointments, view patient’s record and review patient’s radiology reports. The application is developed for Android 2.1, 2.2, iPhone 4, iPhone 3 and iPad 1 and 2. The application is being developed in hybrid manner with Titanium Appcerelator and native code. The app uses Location Services, Calendar API, Rest API, Push Notifications, Scanning API and Multimedia API.