The market of telehealth was valued at $61.40 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach $559.52 billion by 2027. Remote patient monitoring systems are among the most rapidly developing telehealth technologies. The domain of remote patient monitoring devices is expected to grow from $36.4 billion in 2020 to $55.1 billion in 2025. Wireless patient monitoring devices are extensively used in the sphere of primary care.
The most popular solutions in the market are:
- mobile applications for Android and iOS;
- web-based software;
- wearable technology;
- integrated sensor devices.
The current pandemic of COVID-19 can give an even more significant boost to the development of telehealth monitoring. As long as medical facilities become disease amplifiers due to the threat of contacts with infected cohorts, remote healthcare is much more secure than traditional hospital-centered care. The threat of the disease is likely to correct the projections and increase the share of remote monitoring technologies in the telehealth domain.
Our client is a remote primary care provider with their own patient monitoring platform. The business offers its patients devices with integrated sensors estimating blood sugar, glucose, blood pressure, temperature, and weight. All devices are connected to the client’s platform, which ensures processing, analysis, and visualization of the collected data. It can notify healthcare practitioners about any threatening shift in a patient’s health measures. The client’s software is developed to work with the insurance program for the retired population. The company faced an urgent need to optimize and expand its system because its platform was no longer capable of processing constantly increasing data loads. The customer contacted Binariks with a request to conduct a secure full-front expansion of their platform.
Binariks provided the client with multiple services at various stages of the project. The efforts of our developers were reinforced with business analysis, design, quality assurance, and system architecture. Our company assembled a team of tech specialists skilled in AWS to enhance and optimize the client’s platform. Both parties decided to use native AWS services as the most relevant solutions allowing them to cover the basic business needs of the customer.
Other stages of the long-term project included the optimization of dashboards and visualization properties in the client’s software, along with continuous system optimization based on Node.JS stack. We also integrated InfluxDB to enhance patients’ data management. A comprehensive approach of our dedicated professionals allowed us to deliver a HIPAA-compliant product meeting all the expectations of the customer.