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How to Design and Develop the Right Healthcare Software Solution

January 26, 2016

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Tips for Choosing Alexa Skill Names

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After the first couple certification attempts, selecting a name for an Alexa Skill seemed as hard as finding a nice and affordable .com domain name. For a Store with, at the time, less than 500...

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Four NLUI Design Ideas that Make a Big Difference

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It seems obvious that interacting with a product, app, or skill via speech is very different from interacting with a screen, yet many early offerings use the same design metaphor as traditional graphical user interface...

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Creating a Connected Conference Room

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Despite Shiny iPad systems at the door of conference rooms, many people fail to check in, cancel rooms they no longer need, or borrow vacant rooms without booking. To solve these challenges, we have teamed...

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Going From IoT Prototype To Commercial Product

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Managing the transition from something that works on a lab bench to a viable IoT product can be tricky, but understanding the technical gaps between conventional and IoT capabilities can illuminate the way.

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Amazon’s Alexa Voice Service in Healthcare

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The Amazon Echo and Alexa voice service have been a hit in the consumer market with skills that help you order a pizza or call an Uber. Now with the introduction of the "KidsMD" skill,...

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Integrated Solution Providers: The Team Approach to Healthy IoT Projects

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Firms with one specialization will sometimes subcontract skills they don’t have in-house, but that’s a different thing from a truly collaborative partnership among professionals with the autonomy to make the best decisions based on their...

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Five Criteria for Selecting a Healthcare IoT Solutions Provider

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Success with IoT can be tricky. It is a constellation of complex technologies from which you need to pick, choose and customize to craft a product that can succeed. Many companies fail in their IoT...

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How the Internet of Things Changes Business Models

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If you’re considering creating a connected product or service, the Internet of Things will have a profound impact on how your business creates and captures value.

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Project Management in the Healthcare Industry: A Risk Based Approach

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One innovative approach to governance and project management is to tailor the type and level of management to the risk assessed for each project, avoiding the costs of treating all projects as though they carried...

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Four Enhancements We Want for the Amazon Echo

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Our annual MacHack happened a few weekends ago and as always the teams at Macadamian put in 24 straight hours of hard work to bring some amazing ideas to life. This year many of the...

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Conducting Comparative Usability Tests

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Additional variables must be controlled for in comparative testing that generally make it more challenging than traditional usability testing. These variables span planning, execution, and test analysis.

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Design for Medical Devices Conference Recap 2016

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The conference left me with three days of inspiration and a lot of food for thought. It was good to hear academic and industry leaders confirm what I live and breath every day at Macadamian...

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Applying User Experience Principles to Alexa Skills

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Crafting a voice controlled interface for our text message skill posed some interesting design hurdles. To have a truly successful skill, expect to commit some time to the wordsmithing that likely kept William Shakespeare up...

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Using Contextual Data in Connected Device Design

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With more physical things being connected to the internet, the amount of data collected by these devices continues to grow. When designing an experience for an IoT device, considering context becomes increasingly important to avoid...

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Sending Error Logs using Docker, Vagrant and SumoLogic

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The main goal was to stay as close to the production environment as possible to avoid “It works on my dev machine!” when it just crashes in production.

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