We help companies create their own telehealth solution. Our cross-functional team takes the backbone solution and modifies it for your specific business needs.
Web (React) and mobile (ReactNative) apps provide a basic end-to-end scenario. It allows patients and practitioners to manage appointments, view PHRs, make video-calls and chat.
Basic scheduling module
Video calls (Integration with Twilio)
Consult Note tool for Practitioners
Basic Personal Health Records (PHR)
Aidbox is a meta-data driven platform. It means that almost everything in Aidbox is represented as data (resources) and you can configure it. For example, REST endpoints (operations), resource definitions, profiles, and access policies are resources in Aidbox.
FHIR Storage based on PostgreSQL and JSONB
FHIR REST API and API Gateway
Additional APIs: SQL API, GraphQL
Authorization Server: OAuth 2.0 & OpenID Connect
Security & Access Control: Access Policies, SMART IG
FHIR Terminology Server: ICD-10, LOINC, SNOMED CT
Custom resources and FHIR/Aidbox Extensions
HL7 v.2, X12 Adapters
Automated cloud infrastructure is built on Kubernetes (k8S) for AWS, Azure & GCP and has solutions for backups, monitoring, logging. We use dev, staging, and production environments with automated CI/CD pipeline.
Development infrastructure: Dev / Staging / Production
Automated CI/CD pipeline: Drone CI / Kustomize for k8S
DB Replication and Backups
Monitoring based on Prometheus & Grafana
Audit Log based on ElasticSearch / Kibana / Grafana
File Storage to link to uploaded files
Yale New Haven Health System (YNHHS) wanted to deploy 3rd party clinical research apps that use FHIR API on top of their Epic EHR system. We have implemented a FHIR facade in the YNHHS with the use of the Aidbox FHIR platform. Epic's data warehouse Kaboodle became the main data source. We extract data from Kaboodle, translate it to FHIR, and load it to Aidbox daily. Aidbox serves data over FHIR API to authorized apps while controlling their access permissions. Many health plans can utilize their data warehouses as a source of data for the CMS rule API.
Health Samurai has developed a billing module for a network of dermatology clinics on top of Aidbox. While all the data internally was FHIR, the billing module communicates with medical billing clearinghouses over X12 EDI. This project provided Health Samurai with extensive knowledge about financial data formats in healthcare and allowed us to test Aidbox X12 EDI to FHIR translation module at an enterprise scale.
Narus Health is an excellent example of a powerful health IT technology developed on top of Aidbox while beating all time to market estimates. Narus has built a care management and care coordination system that currently serves 300 self-insured enterprises. The technology comprises patient-facing mobile apps, a web-based clinical app, and a data analytics module integrated with Tableau. Aidbox development platform capabilities and built-in integration with data analytics tools allowed this to happen. Aidbox security safeguards allowed Narus Health to receive SOC 2 security certification.
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