One of the reasons VGBio is one of Pathfinder's favorite clients is because they show how four of the most powerful technology trends affecting healthcare (body area sensor networks, smartphones, cloud computing and big data/predictive analytics) can be used together to reduce costs and improve outcomes. VGBio technology enables the daily monitoring of patients with chronic diseases and provides early notification to clinicians of a negative change.
VGBio has been …
Data Visualization is something Pathfinder grapples with regularly in our medical and healthcare software development projects. Often times, you know you have great data, data that could help your customers really improve the way they work. But, this data is largely locked away in database tables or at best behind fairly cryptic charts. The challenge is often simple enough, present this great data in a way that is interactive, easy to grasp and provides quick value for a regular site user.
…we're adding a healthcare track.
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…it's meant to. Reid MacTavish, Sr. Project Manager at Pathfinder Software, has led healthcare software development projects for clients who have understood this role and some who have not. MacTavish describes the Product Owner as "Someone who has contact with the user; someone who understands the user and can work with the designers (to guide the project)." MacTavish describes the ideal Product Owner as one who:
-Prioritizes what the team works on
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These are a few tips that may help get you going on marketing your product. Things to remember are; know your product, know your customer, know your competition, build your following and your customers will come back, with friends.
I hope you have found some of these tips from Pathfinder Software helpful. If you have, share this blog and if you have more suggestions, I would love to hear them.
Pathfinder's CEO Bernhard Kappe assembled a panel for last weeks AITP Spring Technology Conference focusing on how large enterprises are employing lean startup principles to improve innovation outcomes.
The panelists included:
Jorgen Hesselberg, Senior, Agile Adoption,
Brian Chau,of , Wheels, Inc.
Healthbox is a new Chicago based healthcare centric accelerator program that started it's inaugural class of ten startups earlier in January. For three months, these teams will share space and ideas in Chicago, where they will push toward the next stage of development.
The principles of the Lean Startup…
We're extending this into a half day …
Last week I gave a talk at thetogether with Pathfinder 's and Reid MacTavish on the lessons we've learned in integrating Lean Startup, and Agile Development. Here are the slides from the talk - a video recording will follow soon.
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…AIDA hat and write us why you'd be the right person for the job. Extra credit for getting someone we know to refer you.
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