We develop and implement cloud-based telehealth software systems for hospitals, medical practices, and other healthcare networks. We design interoperable telehealth Software as a Service (SaaS) for video-conferencing medical consultations, sharing clinical and administrative data, transmitting images, managing e-prescriptions, remotely monitoring patients, and interfacing with telesurgery equipment. We also program in-home, forensic, and crisis telepsychiatry programs.
Custom session- and subscription-based mobile telehealth applications (mHealth) for iOS, Android, and Windows phones, leveraging SMS, VoIP, and device camera APIs. We develop provider-based portals, patient engagement systems, and on-demand virtual doctor apps with HIPAA-compliant video-streaming and call-routing/tele-triage features. In addition, we design tele-epidemiology apps for training health professionals and sharing public health information.
Our robust HD video-conferencing software facilitates virtual doctor's appointments and physician-to-physician consultations via desktops, mobile devices, and web browser apps. We program synchronous telehealth systems with screen sharing and recording functions, Multipoint Control Units (MCU), reliable streaming software (OpenTok, WebRTC), Single Sign-On capabilities, and Interactive Voice Response (IVR).
We program telemedicine devices and platforms using HL7 standards for transmitting clinical data, including Electronic Health and Medical Records (EHR/EMR), as well as teleradiology images and test results (DICOM/PACS). We use telehealth platforms for streamlining Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) workflows in Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and Practice Management Systems (PMS). We also engineer interfaces for Health Information Exchanges (HIE).
We build remote monitoring telemedicine systems, including medical device sensors, centralized data repositories, and diagnostic applications programmed with Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) and automated intervention alerts. We program and network wearable telemedicine devices (glucometers, heart monitors, sphygmomanometers, smart watches) and patient surveillance tools integrated with HD streaming software and GPS capabilities.
Our asynchronous telemedicine platforms possess powerful store-and-forward capabilities for providing healthcare services to remote settings and high-mobility providers. We utilize secure messaging and encrypted file transfer protocols to transmit biometric data, test results, and teleradiology images. We also use logistical networking for multicasting, caching to intermediary switching centers, and, when possible, real-time communication.
Chetu's telemedicine software development experts ensure your telehealth systems comply with regulatory standards, including those set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the National Coordinator – Authorized Testing and Certification Body (ONC-ATCB), HITECH's Meaningful Use, Health Level 7 International (HL7), and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).