How to build a telemedicine app to fight Coronavirus
The Coronavirus pandemic is causing major disruption to our lives. It's also creating unprecedented demand for digital health solutions, especially telemedicine. Here, we explain how to develop such an app rapidly without sacrificing privacy and data protection.
Coronavirus: Challenges and opportunities for digital health
The Coronavirus pandemic threatens to overwhelm health services. Tacking it requires extreme measures to prevent infection. In this blog, we explore how the pandemic is impacting healthcare, and how digital health has the potential to save the day.
Regulations and standards for digital health applications
As many of you know, we just released a new guide. This gives an overview of the regulations and standards you need to know if you are developing digital health applications. Following feedback from eagle-eyed readers, we have made a couple of changes and clarifications.
Why data security is critical for healthcare
After every major data breach, people wonder how secure their personal data is. They briefly panic about it, but within days they have forgotten. For companies, the story is similar. All too often, they are lulled into a false sense of security about their own data security policies.
GDPR fines in Denmark: 3 important lessons
GDPR threatens huge fines if you don’t comply. However, we often meet companies who think they will never face penalties. This is partly because some countries delayed enforcing GDPR. But as we explain, even smaller countries like Denmark are now applying penalties. Introduction The GDPR has transformed data protection
Trust in eHealth: the good, the bad and the ugly
The eHealth market is one of the fastest growing in the world. Users want to access the benefits of personalised healthcare, but in doing so, they are entrusting you with their most valuable and personal data. Mess up and you risk losing that trust and killing your market.
How eHealth apps benefit from Backend as a Service
Backend as a Service is a relatively new approach to app design. It places the emphasis on designing your API first, forcing you to consider what you really need to implement. For eHealth apps, it allows you to quickly and easily ensure compliance with GDPR and HIPAA.