No healthcare software platform is on its own island. All technology must work together and communicate with consistent clarity in the healthcare industry, no matter what company develops which product. And that technology must provide accurate results to all end-users in any kind of circumstance.
That’s because the stakes are high for healthcare software. A failure in meeting strict patient data security and privacy requirements for HIPAA compliance can lead to expensive legal consequences for your company. Even worse, gaps in the software system can be vulnerable to security threats or transmitting insufficient data when patients need it most.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, impossible ideas of the past have become the reality of today. With AI, we have discovered more about the greatness of outer space as well as the micro-complexity of diseases and the possibilities for more value remain endless. In everyday life, we interact with AI when talking to our smartphones, shopping online and streaming our favorite TV shows and songs.
So, it should be no surprise that software QA is quickly shifting towards integrating AI in QA testing. In fact, the AI industry is rapidly growing year after year and predicted to be one of the biggest software testing trends of this year.
So, you want to be a DevOps team? You’re ready to create a culture at your company that unites development and testing with operations. You want to see measurable results from projects benefiting both your business and your customers. You’re eager to speed up development cycles to remain competitive in your industry without sacrificing security or software reliability.
DevOps can make that happen. But first, you will likely have to make some changes. Let's explore 6 must-haves for your ultimate DevOps Testing Success.
As headlined in The New York Times only a couple of weeks ago, the Iowa Caucus debacle was “a systemwide disaster…” and the “app used to tabulate votes may have been inadequately tested.” While additional facts are still coming out, the entire nation watched as there were major delays obtaining and reporting on the Iowa results. And then there was uncertainty as to whether or not they were accurate. While the intent of creating this app was supposed to be positive – to enable simpler more streamlined reporting, faster – we know that’s not at all what happened. And, that’s not exactly how you want your new mobile app rollout and brand to be remembered.