Once the project is greenlit, our skilled business analysts research the market and collect the latest user expectations for a telemedicine app. We work on the project roadmap, which includes settling on a timeline, a budget, and clear project goals. These guidelines will provide our development teams with the project deliverables they must observe.
While we develop your app, our best software developers will work in highly collaborative teams where your requirements are front of mind. We have hand-picked and groomed top quality business analysts, regulatory experts, UI and UX designers, DevOps engineers, front and back end telemedicine app developers, and project managers to bring your app to life.
During the prototype stage, we present you with a working model of how the app will look. We take your feedback and recommendations throughout the process. Our methods are fluid, flexible, and responsive. We operate with speed and accuracy because we know that you want to take part in the new wave of telemedicine as soon as possible.
Once the app is ready, we put it through real-life testing. Our quality assurance teams check for speed and performance in market conditions. After launching your app on the big day, we will still be there to provide after-launch support in case there are any bugs or if you need upgrades based on user feedback.
Provider portal – Here, medical practitioners can manage patient appointments and scheduling details. They can perform virtual consultations, chat with patients, analyze their clinical data, and arrive at a diagnosis.
Video conference – With the advent of reliable high quality video and audio with low latency, patients and doctors can now discuss the patient’s case virtually. Safety is paramount, and this feature must contain the best encryption to avoid unwanted third parties entering the call.
Chat feature – Patients are now accustomed to using text services in other areas of their lives. Direct messaging using social media is an accepted norm, so it is a welcome addition to the telemedicine world where patients and doctors can send short-form texts to each other.
Cloud database – Telemedicine apps must be cloud-enabled. This secure method is the modern standard for storing high volumes of confidential files. Therefore, integration with cloud infrastructure is non-negotiable for a telemedicine app.
User access control – In keeping with safety measures, apps must now be able to verify user identification for both doctors and patients.
Many apps now have detailed profiles of doctors and practitioners so patients can read their resumes before making a booking. Group chats are important and are becoming more popular as patients might need to be in the same virtual room with more than one medical professional. Prescription services are getting more advanced as prescriptions can now be linked directly to the patient’s pharmacy of choice.
Some apps now integrate geo-locations for vulnerable patients who might need to be tracked during emergencies. Other advanced features include video recording functionality so patients can send recorded messages to doctors. Some apps contain advanced features like medication trackers, lab integrations, and insurance company integrations.
The next step is roadmapping, where you sign off on the project and formulate a project plan indicating the key milestones of the process.
After that, you enter the quality assurance and testing phase where we test your platform on all major devices and operating systems. We conduct unit testing and beta testing to check for performance issues.
Finally, it is time to launch. This is where you deploy the product to market and start to use it as part of your new workflow.
There are fewer shortfalls as you are engaging with an expert that you vet beforehand. At the time of project consultation, you can agree on firm deadlines for your partner to work towards.
There is a risk that you outsource your whole project to a company that could let you down. This has been known to happen, which is why it is best to perform thorough due diligence before appointing the right partner.
We offer full-service telemedicine app development solutions. This means we take you through the entire process of the first consultation, project roadmapping, design discussion, quality testing, and launch. We have designed apps for organizations in several different industries. This experience has given us key insights on how to build the best apps on time and on budget.
Our healthcare software development agency has created a medical solution that encourages interaction between users and makes data more streamlined and organized. Hubspring is an easy-to-use, security-enhanced application that avoids leaking patients’ personal information. Being not only a messenger but also a secure storage, Hubspring allows clinics and hospitals to store medical records electronically. We continue to support Hubspring and are constantly looking for ways to improve it with best practices and innovative solutions.
Our medical software development company developed a mobile and web application that is ready to be tested in a proof of concept environment in a city of 39,000. This healthcare product has become a valuable solution for protecting people during the pandemic. We are still working on integrating the project with more healthcare facilities, pharmacies, and restaurants as well as adding more useful features.
We created the interface of a tool for systematizing, visualizing, and storing chemical data and processes that is used by scientists from our client’s company. Its mechanics are based on artificial intelligence, so the machine can select and recommend a molecule, offer search options, or apply a suitable formula. The client received an interactive database with a full-fledged intelligent search engine.
We developed a cross-platform app to ensure seamless navigation across devices and enhance care provision for people with health limitations, providing instant access to emergency services in times of need. The app includes features like GPS tracking and battery safety mode to ensure reliability.
The next step is roadmapping, where you sign off on the project and formulate a project plan indicating the key milestones.
Design and development come next. These crucial steps are where your software development partner proves their worth by applying your requirements to a strong design and then delivering the project.
After that, you enter the quality assurance and testing phase where your software development partner tests your platform for performance issues.
Finally, it is time to launch. This is where you deploy the product to market.
Developing a telehealth system takes comprehensive planning and analysis. A good idea for the average cost of a telemedicine app ranges from $30,000 to $150,000.
The more features you load, the higher the price will go. There is so much to decide upon before you can reach the final price. It is always best to consult with a software development partner like S-PRO to get an accurate amount.
Our representative will contact you within 24 hours. After that, we will sign an NDA to keep your ideas confidential and discuss the main requirements of the project.
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