Experience Where it's Needed
We have a track record of creating exceptional software for our clients. We set high standards for ourselves
and have a reputation for building great working relationships with our clients. We are results oriented
and use a nimble, proactive approach to developing software that balances rapid development and creativity
with solid engineering practices to create outstanding results.
We have been building software applications for the life sciences industry since 2001 and have completed
a wide range of projects to high standards of quality and customer satisfaction.
We are not an ordinary company and we do not create ordinary results. Some of the things that set us
apart are the quality of our developers, a fully audited manufacturing process and the company infrastructure
required to create software for FDA regulated applications such as clinical trials and electronic health
Developing custom life sciences software that complies with FDA standards is a specific, provable, auditable
set of skills, procedures and infrastructure that only a few custom software companies possess. We have
this capability and we have passed independent audits that prove it. We welcome you to visit us and
conduct your own audit of our methodologies, capabilities, standard operating procedures and infrastructure.
Some examples of our work for clients in the life sciences industry are:
- A full
for dialysis clinics built to
standards, that manages all patient data and includes interfaces for lab results and a direct data feed
from the dialysis machines.
- A technically advanced patient registry for the stroke community in the US.
- A cardiovascular outcomes research data gathering program installed in over 200 clinics.
- An economic modeling program used to analyze the total costs to the healthcare system associated with
introducing a new drug or technique into an existing healthcare environment.
- Over a dozen marketing tools that show the economic impact on total healthcare costs of using one drug
- An outcomes data gathering tool designed for use on
Industry experts estimate that 60% of the medical software in use within the United States today is
not compliant with HIPAA and FDA regulations.
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act introduced in 2009 increases
the enforcement of HIPAA and FDA regulations...
21 CFR Part 11
21 CFR Part 11 is the FDA Regulation that set the standards for Electronic Medical Data.
Part 820 defines the manufacturing process required for
Building software to FDA standards ...
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act protects the privacy of patient data.
Software that contains patient data is required to have specific features that protect this data from