S23M Healthcare Solutions deliver a highly visual and intuitive user experience that respects human cognitive limits. All our solutions are designed for seamless integration with your enterprise systems and back-end services.

Our track record in software product line engineering , health IT interoperability standards design and implementation, and our methodology and engineering tools enable us to deliver streamlined production-ready product line configurations for each of our clients that reflect local healthcare domain specific terminological standards and that do not distract clinicians and other healthcare professionals with unfamiliar technical jargon.

S23M’s enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) product line for the healthcare sector comes with optional out-of-the-box integration with popular SaaS productivity tools like Google G Suite, accounting tools like Xero, and document sharing platforms such as Dropbox.

All our Healthcare Solutions are built on a low code platform, which allows us to rapidly configure the functional modules of our product line to your local requirements, in close collaboration with your team. We deliver solutions that reflect the unique characteristics of your operating model within a matter of weeks, with minimal traditional coding.

Patient Journey Management

Our Patient Journey Management product line is a collection of highly configurable functional modules covering the coordination of all levels of integrated healthcare services.

Healthcare professionals and patients only need access to an Internet connection and an up-to-date browser to access our software solutions. All functional modules feature responsive user interfaces, enabling a seamless user experience across a variety of desktop, laptop, and mobile devices.

The Future of Health Informatics

While computers and the internet have provided us with new tools for exchanging data between healthcare professionals, timely access to all relevant information pertaining to a particular patient remains a challenge.

Patient history and treatment details tend to be scattered across several systems, and there is no clear-cut path for obtaining access to the latest and most trustworthy information. Data sharing must be seamless across organisation and system boundaries, and access privileges must be managed across multiple groups of stakeholders including patients, general practitioners, hospitals, and further organisations in the extended healthcare delivery ecosystem.

A federated approach to data interoperability and a trustworthy computational environment are prerequisites for improvements in interoperability. When S23M’s Cell Platform technology is used to integrate distributed systems, data quality challenges can be reduced significantly, and as a result, the number of mistakes in diagnostics and patient care can be reduced correspondingly.

Human Scale Computing

Large software systems consist of over 10,000,000 lines of code. Integrating systems beyond company boundaries via web services is becoming increasingly common, leading to ultra-large scale systems involving billions of lines of code.

Human cognitive limits are increasingly becoming a primary concern in the design of human institutions and technologies, in much the same way that human scale physical dimensions and characteristics have shaped the discipline of ergonomics. Human scale computing can be understood as the elaboration of the role of cognitive characteristics of humans within ergonomics, with the objective of improving communication and collaboration across three categories of interactions:

  1. between humans,
  2. between humans and software systems,
  3. and between software systems.

The complexity of our systems is steadily going up, and so are the high-impact risks. Transparency, including open science, open data, and open source software are emerging as essential tools for independent oversight of cognitive blind spots.