Did you know that 1 in every 5 American tracks their health statistics using an app? The healthcare industry is experiencing rapid digital transformation across practically every aspect of medical service delivery. The goal of software development for healthcare is to build a digital ecosystem where providers can increase the quality of healthcare services, deliver better treatment, and make their staff more productive. This type of technological innovation leverages the latest tech trends such as big data, machine learning, and e-health applications that all create new opportunities for improving the patient experience.
As Health records are moving towards digitalization, and the software that supports healthcare delivery has become increasingly complex, there is a need for healthcare to be able to respond in a timely manner to development that supports clinical decision-making, care delivery and administration in the midst of new environments, while maintaining compliance with regulatory agencies, has become critical. Agile methodologies offer solutions to many of these industry challenges. Let us understand how adoption of an Agile Lifecycle over the traditional Waterfall model helps in better delivery of Healthcare Software Solutions:
If your software team is used to the traditional Waterfall development process and is not familiar with Agile, these are the core elements and practices of developing using an Agile methodology – all of which can be adjusted to fit your team’s needs:
Agile development offers significant benefits to Health-Tech Software Stakeholders. These include:
Choosing to adopt agile and Scrum methodologies is helping numerous Software Teams for healthcare startups and organizations enjoy improved productivity, improved quality, and better support for healthcare delivery. Click here, to get better insights on how we utilize a Agile-Waterfall Hybrid Model