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18 Crawford St, Suite 2
Needham Heights, MA 02494
United States of America, Massachusetts
Toll free: (800) 635-5284
Phone: (800) 635-5284
Claricode provides medical software development to healthcare providers, medical device manufacturers, and medical software companies.
We work with major healthcare systems and Fortune 500 medical companies as well as smaller organizations, and startups who want to create high quality healthcare software.
We build custom healthcare software to support your entire growth cycle from startup to serving millions of patients per year.
While telemedicine software is a newly hot topic, we have been writing custom telemedicine software for many years. Our founder started building telehealth software more than 17 years ago for a large health system that was a pioneer in telemedicine. We continue to work with that customer (among others) to create new telemedicine software and connected health applications and improve upon existing ones. Applications that we have built involve anything from an online consultation with a specialist in a specific field to a live video consultation between a patient and physician.
Claricode can connect a custom or existing application to your EPIC, Cerner, or AthenaHealth Electronic Medical Record using its expertise in EMR Integration. Whether you need to use FHIR, HL7 v2, HL7 v3, NCPDP, EDI, REST, or SOAP to connect your system to your EMR, we can and will figure it out for you.
The company works with a variety of premier medical organizations on novel applications that improve quality of life and lower the overall cost of patient care, creating e-health solutions for medication management, e-prescribing, home care, Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) telemedicine, payment reconciliation and more. For more information, visit the company's web site at www.claricode.com.
Last update of this entry: August 29, 2017