3 Myths About Transitioning Your Medical Application to the Web

3 Myths About Transitioning Your Medical Application to the Web

Moving some or all of your medical application to the web promises a wide range of benefits, but a few outdated notions could halt your progress before it ever starts.  It may be simple to begin developing for the web, but it takes experience to write the world class code powering today’s Internet connected medical devices and patient data management websites.  I’ve been lucky enough to work with these technologies for the bulk of my career, and I’m here to bust three myths that may be holding you back.

Myth #1: Web Applications Are Slow

As a developer who focuses on creating positive user experiences, I cannot stand it when I come across a poorly designed interface that forces me through unnecessary loading screens or unintuitive workflows.  With all of the tools and resources we have available today, every web application can and should behave as quickly and elegantly as any other native software application.

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