Healthcare Insights
  • How To: Integrate Your Heart Rate App With HealthKit API

    26 June 2014 | Blog

    At the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference earlier this month Apple introduced an app simply called “Health”that promises to become an all-embracing hub for healthcare and fitness applications and wearable devices. It will allow you to store all of your health data and vital signs in one place including...

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  • Reducing The Cost Of Healthcare With Technology

    12 June 2014 | USA | Media

    Daniel Piekarz, Vice President of Life Sciences Business Development, contributes a byline article on various ways to cut healthcare costs with technology. Analyzing recent healthcare IT conferences, he states that while “were numerous solutions including many EHR, PMS, HIE, Population Management systems...

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  • DataArt Orange Integrates With Apple HealthKit

    5 June 2014 | Blog

    Apple HealthKit announcement two days ago was exciting news for all mHealth community and millions of fitness apps users throughout the world. DataArt R&D team recognizes the potential of iOS 8 and all fitness data integration. We already started looking into HealthKit API to integrate our R&D...

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  • Technical Challenges Along the Way to HIE Sustainability

    30 May 2014 | Blog

    Establishing Health Information Exchange (HIE) is being held up with multiple technological challenges. Some of the major ones are patient lookup and mapping. Without a global unique patient identifier, matching patients correctly and integrating only relevant health data is no easy task. ...

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  • Technical Challenges Along the Way to HIE Sustainability

    20 May 2014 | USA | Media

    Egor Kobelev of DataArt contributes a byline article to Electronic Health Reporter on the technical challenges of health information exchanges and analyzes some of the most effective approaches for solving them. “There are a lot of organizational and technical challenges health information exchanges...

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  • First came face recognition, now there's food recognition-for calorie counting

    31 March 2014 | USA | Media

    FierceBigData picks up the announce of DataArt ORANGE, and enthusiastically endorses the company’s R&D initiatives in technologies that support a healthy life style. “.. what we really want to do is count calories without actually counting them or typing a bunch of questionable numbers...

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  • Software development company throws its hat in the ring to try to passively track nutrition

    28 March 2014 | USA | Media

    Following DataArt’s announcement of DataArt ORANGE, MedCity News speaks with Eugene Goland about the role of automated food recognition and computer vision in nutrition tracking and healthy lifestyle. Of all the biometric data that health wearables and mobile apps can track, from miles...

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  • Mapping UK Prescriptions: Insider's Viewpoint

    4 March 2014 | Blog provides sets of open data – various statistics regarding government and public services. DataArt launched an internal R&D project to create a tool that would help people to use this information. We took a set of data listing prescriptions issued by medical centers. The set was made...

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  • Mapping UK Prescriptions

    25 February 2014 | Blog

    Following the initiative, the UK publicly releases raw data from the government or public services, making it available to everyone, to ultimately increase government accountability and improve public services. Yet to actually be of use, this raw data has to be processed, analyzed and presented...

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  • 2014: The Year of Healthcare Big Data

    20 January 2014 | USA | Media

    By Daniel Piekarz Daniel Piekarz, VP of Life Sciences Business Development at DataArt, shares the 2014 trends with the Electronic Health Reporter. “The life sciences industry will be defined in 2014 by the growing market demand to apply newly developed technology, including big data analysis, to...

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