The moment when a painstakingly crafted application starts its public life is a major event. After months of work, the final product finally sees the daylight and is ready to perform its role. But... what comes next? One might think that it is the moment when the collaboration with a software house ends. But that would be very far from the truth.
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Meetings in the form of pre-implementation workshops are often neglected: at the beginning of the project path it is difficult to perceive the need for dedicating time and resources to talking about the IT project that is going to happen anyway. But maybe it is actually worth investing up to 10% of the project budget to make the implementation costs more realistic and sometimes even reduce them by as much as 20%?
The General Data Protection Regulation, more widely known as GDPR, comes into force on 25th of May this year. It is a great change from the point of view of businesspeople. How should the companies processing the personal data of their clients in IT systems prepare for it? What should you require of your IT partner within that scope? [interview with Maria Zagożdżon, CEO of Programa™].
Telemedicine, that is, a form of provision of medical services that does not involve any direct contact between the patient and the physician, is a topic that is discussed increasingly often in the general debate on contemporary health care. The implementation of IT technologies in the medical market provides an opportunity for improving not only the quality and efficiency of treatment, but also functioning of health care system and management of health care facilities. How do the telemedicine solutions work and who can benefit from their development?
It's time for a revolution in the functioning of the healthcare system in Central and Eastern Europe that is going to be shaped by digitization, new technologies and telemedicine solutions. If healthcare facilities want to be competitive and to provide the highest level of service, they should adopt as quickly as possible to the changing market and new needs of patients. How can telemedicine help with that?