Instead of building software from scratch —
use building blocks, which are capable of providing an endless variety of features and uses. For example, creating frameworks, modelling data and developing user interfaces.
Our low-code solutions provide users with a visual way to build apps using pre-coded drag and drop components — ranging from simple text boxes through to complex graphs or connectivity to external APIs.
Common low-code features
Reusable out-of-the-box components.
Includes customisable software, reusable code, widgets, plugins, prebuilt connectors for integrations, and templates for common development scenarios.
Simplifies the development process with intuitive drag-and-drop features accessible to non-technical users.
Supports interoperability and data exchange standards to share data across systems (EHRs, healthcare apps, remote monitoring tools, third-party apps, etc).
Advanced monitoring and analytics features help you track performance, uptime and resource usage.
Most low-code platforms are hosted in the cloud, offering scalable options.
Automate your critical business processes such as tasks and workflows to save you time and unnecessary effort.
Compliant development environment.
Designed with healthcare organisations in mind, in compliance with industry-specific regulations and standards.
Build once and deploy anywhere. The apps created can be used with almost any device and operating system.
Large healthcare organisations can build all the apps they need for their complex business processes using low-code platforms. This simplifies security, scalability and governance of enterprise apps.
Instead of coding new apps from scratch, users can configure an intuitive, 'drag-and-drop' system to build custom apps that fit their unique needs. Quickly delivering ‘off-the-shelf’ solutions with little investment in creation, setup, training and rollout.
Easy to scale.
To meet future demand, our low-code solutions support scalable cloud-native SaaS architectures and integrate with popular cloud computing providers like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure — technologies that can handle significantly more users and data as your organisation grows and evolves.
The simplicity and accessibility of low-code means healthcare professionals can contribute to the design, development, and deployment of solutions — making your app unique to your organisation and more valuable for healthcare and patients.
Low code platforms are more cost-effective than building solutions in-house or connecting multiple different systems to achieve an enterprise solution. They reduce the need to hire in-house or outsourced developers. Plus, they require less engineering effort, which results in lower costs.
Automate tasks and workflow.
A low-code platform allows you to accomplish more than a solution that is designed to automate a single process. It can also complement your existing automation tools, so if you’ve invested heavily in a specific solution or a technology, low-code solutions can be built around existing infrastructure.
Low-code solutions can help integrate patient information across systems, and give healthcare teams deeper insight into cross-department performance. By making real-time data easily accessible, healthcare organisations can see how their teams are operating and easily identify areas to improve outcomes.
Better system integration.
Healthcare companies use low-code platforms to replace legacy modules with modern third-party technologies, including telehealth, administrative management and scheduling software. You can also quickly build web and mobile apps on top of your healthcare platform, allowing remote access from mobile devices.
Security and governance.
Low-code platforms provide security frameworks, authentication mechanisms, and governance controls for your apps under one roof, making security easy to manage for an entire organisation.