Telemedicine software development services

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We Offer Telemedicine software Development Featuring

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Andrej Studenčan
Chief Executive Officer at STEMI Global

Focusing on such a sensitive area in HealthTech we depend on a reliable and professional partner and I can declare that after almost 2 years of cooperation ZenBit has been one of such partner for us...

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M.D. & Principal Consultant

Steps for developing telemedicine software solutions

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Telehealth app requirements engineering and software planning

  • Listing and setting up telemedicine software features
  • Building user scenarios for patients, doctors, admins; for telehealth products – splitting features into subscription plans
  • Collecting compliance requirements for applicable regulations
  • High-level integrations design
  • Initial budget calculation

Project scoping

  • Software development life cycle methodology
  • Project timeline, milestones, and project deliverables
  • Product development risk evaluation and a risk mitigation plan
  • Evaluation of the telehealth software usage risks
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UX and UI design

  • UX design – preparing user scenarios
  • UI prototyping – to see how the telehealth app will look
  • UI design – to create a high-fidelity graphic interface

Telehealth application development and launch

  • Back-end and front-end development of the telehealth app
  • Testing & Revision of software edge cases
  • App certification according to the standards
  • Pilot testing – to introduce the fully developed app to the focus group
  • Telehealth app launch
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Telemedicine software 

  • Telehealth software and underlying infrastructure maintenance
  • Telehealth security audits
  • Evolution of the Telemedicine apps


Telemedicine is the use of communications technology to offer medical services remotely, such as tests and consultations. Telemedicine enables healthcare practitioners to examine, diagnose, and treat patients without requiring them to come in person.

Telehealth is distinct from telemedicine in that it encompasses a larger range of remote health care services. Telemedicine is used to describe distant clinical services, while telehealth is used to describe remote non-clinical services.

Telemedicine primarily benefits three groups:

Patients: Telemedicine enables patients to obtain treatment without having to visit a doctor’s office. They are not required to take time away from jobs or family obligations. They save time and money by not wasting time commuting or paying for parking or public transit. They do not expose themselves to other patients who may have contagious diseases. Additionally, they get better health results and increase their involvement in their own healthcare.

Providers: Each engagement takes less time with video visits, enabling clinicians to see more patients more effectively. This increases income and reduces overhead costs. Telemedicine significantly lowers absenteeism and cancellations. Additionally, it aids in securing patient loyalty in a competitive healthcare environment.

The Medical System: Even if you never utilize telemedicine, you are likely to profit from it. Telemedicine’s efficiency will assist minimize wait times for in-person appointments, keep persons with non-emergency ailments out of the emergency department, and enhance the population’s general health.

Telemedicine has the potential to significantly cut the cost of healthcare. Additionally, it may increase provider efficiency by minimizing time spent walking between patients on a big medical campus or traveling to several offices or clinics. Telemedicine enables hospitals to make greater use of their current doctors and physician groups with hospital privileges. This is because clinicians may visit a large number of patients remotely for regular or follow-up treatment. Or jump in virtually to ease staffing shortages at other hospitals or clinics.

When hospital patients may instantly consult an expert through telemedicine, their hospital stays are reduced, resulting in cost savings. Telemedicine may help minimize hospital stays and the risk of readmission, which can have a financial impact on the hospital.




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