Customer: US clinic
Technologies: React Native, React, Java, GCP, MySQL, Spring Framework
Duration: 6 months

  • Alex
    Full stack developer

  • Artem
    Senior .NET developer

  • Andrew
    Mobile developer

  • Igor
    Full stack developer

  • Alexey
    Team lead

  • Ivan
    Senior Fullstack developer

The challenge

A company from the USA contacted us to develop a medical mobile application. The main challenge of our client was the limited capabilities of HIE, which made problematic the streamlined cooperation between patients and medical staff. The customer wanted to develop a mobile application to evolve its HIE platform. This application allowed patients to control and share their medical data. Also, one of the functions of the application was to equip the medical staff with a function that allows them to communicate with each other on the go.


Power in details

The Aionys team developed an application that helped meet all the needs of healthcare providers, patients, and their relatives. Patients have access to their own medical information, they can share it with caregivers, as well as with relatives. Also, they can choose any channel and contact health workers who are gathered in one place.

We added synchronization with the device of the patient and the caregiver. This allows the caregiver to track the patient’s geo-position and monitor changes in the health status.

Health workers receive an overview of all their patients, their vital organs, events, emerging conditions, and some other data. They have the opportunity to contact patients and other members of the care team if necessary.

Key achievements

Our team divided the app for patients into two main modules – health status and management of the care team. In the health module, a patient can view:

  • Diagnoses
  • Vital organs (also height, weight, SpO2, temperature, respiration, etc.)
  • Allergies
  • Medications
  • Immunization
  • Caregivers
  • Documents

In the care team management module, the patient can view the members of his care team and invite new ones. Health workers also have access to events that have occurred with patients, such as:

  • ADT meeting
  • ER visit
  • Adverse reaction to drugs
  • Accident requiring treatment
  • Signs of depression and more

Caregivers can access a variety of information about their patients, including the health information they exchange, as well as information about other members of the care team, both inside and outside the organization, if permitted by the patient.

If other members of the care team are visible to the caregiver, he or she can contact them through calls, video chats, and secure messages.