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For over 13 years, healthcare businesses have been powered by Andersen’s digital solutions. With the help of AI, IoMT, and data-driven applications, Andersen creates a technology foundation for care providers, payers, pharmacies, PBMs and healthcare software vendors in their mission to save lives and nurture health.
Medical specialization-specific UX and UI expertise. Clean, uncluttered interfaces designed for efficiency. Disability-conscious design for patient-facing systems.
Andersen makes it possible to follow care across different settings, with all of the relevant information you need in easy reach. Seamless integration of custom applications with installed third-party systems, whether it's an EHR, PACS, HIE, or claim management systems.
With expert back-office teams and automation, Andersen takes on your administrative work - at speed, at scale, and more efficiently than any one organization possibly could - so you can focus on the higher-value work you went into healthcare to do.
Andersen guarantees the stability of clinical trial management and EHR systems against digital threats and attacks ensuring an increased level of security and healthcare regulatory compliance (HIPPA, HITECH, SSAE).
Most healthcare software costs more than the price tag suggests - and delivers far less than promised. Andersen is an investment that drives returns.
Roger Bacon constructed the first magnifying glass. The magnifying power of chips of crystal had been known for centuries, but this was the first convex lens designed for scientific purposes. By about 1280, similar lenses would be used to correct farsightedness; now, they are crucial in surgery.
The earliest known document mentioning concave lenses being used for correcting myopia was a letter from the Duke of Milan to his ambassador in Florence ordering three dozen eyeglasses, including "a dozen that are suitable for near vision, that is for the elderly."
René Laënnec, a French physician, invented the stethoscope, a trumpet-shaped wooden tube, to examine a very fat woman whose heart he could not hear by pressing his ear to her chest.
Using a galvanometer, the British scientist Richard Caton noted electrical impulses in the brains of animals, laying down the principles that would lead to the development of the electroencephalogram, or EEG.
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, a German physicist, discovered the X-ray, an invention so remarkable that many did not believe the first reports of its use. The New York Times referred to it mockingly as Dr. Röntgen`s "alleged discovery of how to photograph the invisible."
Dr. Willem Einthoven of the Netherlands invented the first practical electrocardiogram. The original weighed 600 pounds, had a water cooling system for its gigantic electromagnets and needed five operators. In 1924 he received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his invention.
Dr. Hans Berger of Germany recorded the first human electroencephalogram, or EEG. His assertion that the brain electrical impulses could be recorded was generally met with derision, and five years passed before Dr. Berger published his technique for recording the electrical activity of the human brain from the surface of the head.
The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Felix Bloch and Edward Mills Purcell for their work in developing nuclear magnetic resonance, the principle behind MRI machines.
Dr. Edward Hon of Yale reported using a Doppler monitor on a woman`s abdomen to detect foetal heartbeat. Ultrasound`s principles had been known for more than a century (a Swedish physicist, Christian Andreas Doppler, gave his name to the phenomenon in 1842), but this was its first use in prenatal care.
Walter Erich Krause of the Siemens Corporation filed a patent for the first practical commercial ultrasound machine. According to the patent, his machine could be "used for practical ultra-sonic-optical examination to achieve a lifelike reproduction of the body part under examination".
The first commercial CT scanner, developed by Dr. Godfrey Hounsfield, was used on a patient in London. Dr. Hounsfield shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his invention.
The first electronic medical record system was developed by the Regenstrief Institute. Although this technology was the first of its kind, due to high costs, the systems were not initially attractive to physicians and used instead by government hospitals and visionary institutions.
Dr. Raymond V. Damadian announced that he had patented a technique using nuclear magnetic resonance to distinguish between normal and cancerous tissue. In 2003, two other researchers won a Nobel Prize for further discoveries.
Polar Electro introduces the first wearable wireless heart rate monitor. By 2006, its successor devices incorporate wireless controls and real-time biosensor feedback features.
The first robot to assist in surgery was the Arthrobot, which was developed and used for the first time in Vancouver in 1985. This robot assisted by manipulating and positioning the patient`s leg in response to voice commands.
Medisense launches the Exactech home glucose meter. The device incorporates one of the first commercial biosensors and provides digital quantification of glucose levels in the home at a new level of precision.
A paper in the journal Magnetic Resonance Medicine by a group of researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin announced the first use of functional magnetic resonance imaging to detect brain blood flow in conjunction with human mental activity.
Panasonic introduces a compact automatic wrist-cuff blood pressure monitor.
Researchers at Georgia Tech released the first version of the Virtual Vietnam VR scenario for use as a graduated exposure therapy treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with Vietnam veterans.
The first draft of the human genome was announced. It was declared complete three years later.
The first telesurgery was performed by by a surgical team in New York, USA using the ZEUS robotic system. This project produced a successful two-hour-long laparoscopic cholecystectomy, which was performed on a female patient at a hospital in Strasbourg, France.
The ENCODE Project is completed and confirms humans have approximately 20,000–25,000 genes. The human genome is sequenced to 99.99 percent accuracy, 2 years ahead of schedule.
The first image-guided MR-compatible robotic neurosurgical procedure was performed at the University of Calgary by Dr. Garnette Sutherland using the NeuroArm.
HistoRx launches the first commercial automated quantitative tissue pathology analysis software algorithm for cancer assessment.
3D printing technology has enabled researchers to print body parts, not just with synthetic materials, but using bioprinting, growing cells from a patient’s stem cells to, for example, print skin to encourage faster burn or wound healing.
Introduction of Virtual Interactive Presence (VIP), a novel technology that allows remote neurosurgeons to collaborate with a shared 3D display via high-definition binoculars. This real-time visual system allows the surgeons to view a merged surgical field display of each other’s hand motions.
Apple made headlines with their groundbreaking Apple Series 4 Watch that has an integrated ECG to monitor the wearer`s heart rhythms. Within days of its release, customers were raving about the life-saving technology, which is able to detect potentially dangerous heart conditions much earlier than usual.
Wireless brain sensor - used to aid doctors in measuring the temperature and pressure within the brain. Since the sensors are able to dissolve, they reduce the need for additional surgeries.
Drone-delivered medical supply program launched.
In the post-digital world, differentiation comes from applying the digital in powerful new ways. The technologies needed to innovate and differentiate go beyond the foundational adoption of digital tools and concepts. It’s an era where building trust with customers, employees, business partners and communities through a responsible approach to technology is the top priority for all. Enter the era of Digital Transformation of Healthcare and enjoy the journey with Andersen at your side!
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We are very pleased with the professional standards applied to this project by all of your team members. All of the work was timely, right to the budget, and the real proof is the feedback from our employees and clients who use this system every day. We really hope for further partnership with Andersen.
A new business level for a medical service provider
We are completely satisfied with having Andersen as a partner. We believe that Andersen is the right outsourcing vendor for our company, which can develop truly effective and innovative solutions that are so crucial for the healthcare industry. Thank you and hope our further cooperation will remain fruitful.
IoT solution for monitoring sleep quality and cardiovascular system’s index of activity
50k - 200k USD
We set a goal to create a highly efficient digital assistant aimed at helping in surgical practice. Obviously, the software for that system was expected to be high profile too. Andersen has not only delivered the software that fully meets the requirements but also helped us in improving the idea by suggesting to implement several additional features and to develop a corresponding mobile app for remote control.
Software for a surgery visualization system
We decided to launch such a service in order to help people who fight with severe diseases find medical cannabis, as well as nearby dispensaries, vape accessory shops, and doctors easily, with the help of a functional and user-friendly web and mobile applications. And we managed to achieve our goal with the help of a software team from Andersen. The developers conducted diligent work to make the services even more convenient.
A platform aimed at finding legal cannabis for medical purposes
50k - 200k USD
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