Author: Nadeem Akhter

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Nadeem Akhter

Vice President, Integration. Nadeem Akhter is the Chief Software Architect at AAJ Technologies. He is responsible for providing the technical guidelines for client engagements with the company and proposing the best solutions based on clients’ needs, budget and timeframes. More

What Can MuleSoft Do for Your Healthcare Organization?

Today’s world is more data-driven than ever. It’s vital to provide intuitive, robust interfaces to improve patient engagement, and to share data fluidly between departments and organizations. The retail, food service, and hospitality industries—and even the government—are all offering mobile portals to consumers, so it’s no surprise that patients look for a portal when choosing between healthcare providers. Fortunately, MuleSoft’s recent updates to its Anypoint system have provided the muscle healthcare organizations need. Let’s take a look at how you can drive patient engagement and cross-platform information sharing with the Anypoint system. Sharing Data Across Systems The true challenge...

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How to Get Your Key Programs Talking to Each Other

The catch phrase “there’s an app for that” has gone from awe-inspiring to commonplace, but that doesn’t make it any less true. There is, indeed, an application for just about anything. Compared to working with a single, clunky system that was never quite as flexible as we needed it to be, the age of customized applications is doing amazing things for business. End App Triangulation Still, there’s one drawback to working with a patchwork accumulation of applications—they’re not great at talking to each other. As wonderful as those shiny, specialized features are, the more apps you’re dealing with, the...

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Using BizTalk and MuleSoft to Make the Most out of the Cloud

Using BizTalk and MuleSoft to Make the Most out of the Cloud MuleSoft and BizTalk, the integration platforms our experts specialize in, are great news for your total system integration. Why? Because they offer the diversity and versatility you need to get the job done. Between them, they already offer hundreds of connectors to existing apps, while also providing us with robust development tools to create new ones. They also enable system integration in the cloud through the use of cloud-based servers.  To understand why, let’s take a look at the two primary factors to consider when integrating your...

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Why Manufacturers Must Modernize Their Legacy Systems or Perish

The new year is right around the corner and, even though the quarter is coming to a close, you can still get a leg up on the competition. To do this, you must deploy a number of technologies that will enhance your enterprise’s overall workflow, including streamlining work processes, assisting in big data analysis and improving customer service. Let’s take a look at how more advanced systems can improve everyday work functions: Streamline work processes: A system that enhances business process management should be high up on your enterprise’s priority list. Such a system allows employees to initiate projects...

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Microsoft Teams Up With John Hopkins, Improves Health IT for ICU

Doctors and nurses in the intensive care units of hospitals have many processes to complete during their regular care for patients. Many of the processes involve the use of multiple machines and technologies; however, in many of these institutions, these machines are not integrated. The lack of integration among machines slows down the workflow within hospitals. Healthcare providers must individually collect data from each machine and organize the data in order to better understand their patients illness and state of health. In an effort to streamline the workflow of healthcare providers, the John Hopkins University school of Medicine has...

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Why Systems Automation is a Necessity in Healthcare Today

As Electronic Health Record systems (EHRs) continue to increase in popularity among hospitals nationwide, the benefits of upgrading and automating our healthcare systems cannot be emphasized enough. While the doctors, nurses, and other staff members who work in hospitals are, by and large, incredibly competent and hardworking, they are still human. According to research from The Leapfrog Group, hospital errors are the third leading cause of death in the U.S., accounting for nearly 440,000 deaths each year. Here are a few ways that systems automation can transform and advance healthcare: Improve inventory: Keeping track of the millions of dollars’...

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