The app will handle the clinical and financial challenges of hospices and is designed with a patient-centric approach.
November 13, 2019 North Carolina, USA
Brainvire recently extended its web project of developing a Pharmacy Benefits Manager (PBM) to a mobile app. It aims to redefine the workflow at hospices and ensure better care for patients cost-effectively. Account-wise access for hospice employees, a complete overview of patients, calculation of their day-wise costs, and claims management will be taken care of by the app.
Since more than 80 percent of doctors now use mobile devices, Brainvire’s innovation would be an invaluable tool for providing timely and accurate hospice care to the community. From a UI/UX and design perspective, the mobile app offers an easy-to-navigate menu of choices. Users can view updated information about hospices at their fingertips.
The mobile architects of the leading IT firm have ensured that the app complies with HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) standards. It will securely transmit patients’ data from the mobile app to the server.
Hospices can start using the app once it’s launched on the Android and iOS platforms and thus empower themselves digitally.
Developing solutions with innovation, usability, and efficiency, Brainvire is one of the top IT consulting firms. With over 18 years of experience and more than 550 employee strength, it strives to create a difference in the society through technology. Having delivered over 1500 projects to its clientele spread globally, it has endured a 95% customer retention rate. Brainvire offers exclusive consultancy services such as Business Intelligence, Digital Marketing, Cloud ERP, CRM for E-commerce, etc. for diverse industry verticals while keeping customer satisfaction as its top priority.
It has earned many accolades such as ‘Top IT Services Firm 2019’, ‘Top Mobile App Developers 2019’, and ‘Top E-commerce Developers 2019’ by Clutch.