The challenge was to apply the principles used in ride-sharing apps to healthcare, building an app that would let both doctors register their services and patients connect with the doctors they prefer.
Our website application development company helped build a complex web solution as per technical requirements from the client.
We expanded an MVP with additional features within six months and then have been polishing it for another year. We continue to support and maintain it.
December 2018 - ongoing
With the user stories provided by UBERDOC, we’ve been able to follow the best SCRUM processes, enabling a smooth, transparent and effective development.
User flow defining and building a core platform structure and navigation. This strategy helped us to rethink and update it.
They worked in an Agile method, creating and working through story points.
Dr. Paula Muto
The key features of the UBERDOC platform that we implemented:
Stripe as a payment gateway
Raygun for automatic crash report generation
Google Maps API for maps, distance measuring, route advisory
Metronic, a CSS theme for Admin Dashboard Team
SendGrid integrated via Azure for email management
Recurly for subscription management and service charging
As a web application company, we delivered three versions of the platform before releasing it into the wild before moving on to maintenance works and updates.
Updates mostly have to do with the industry specifics. For instance, we needed to allow for one hospital to have a number of locations.
In this project, the EGO web development services company had also implemented fuzzy search. Specifically, it helps users find a hospital even if they make a mistake or don’t use the hospital’s complete name when searching.
HIPAA compliance for the platform was ensured in the appointment request form, where patients would specify their health issues.
EGO delivered great quality for our budget and allowed us to do things we weren’t able to do before.
Dr. Paula Muto
Being telemedicine-enabled since October 2019, UBERDOC is now actively used by patients and doctors all over the US. We’re getting user feedback, performing fixes, resolving issues and making some minor improvements on a monthly basis.