• Impact, Insight and Inspiration at the Healthcare Tech Innovation Forum

    09 June 2017
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences


    DataArt in partnership with MedStartr and PwC hosted a full-day Healthcare Tech Innovation Forum on June 5, 2017, at PricewaterhouseCoopers’auditorium, in New York City. Bringing together leading health tech executives and entrepreneurs, theForum provided a fertile platform for in-depth panel discussions, short pitches from innovative health tech companies and insightful keynotes. The dialogue continued in the networking area where topics were revisited, ideas exchanged and contacts established. Over 130 attendees gathered to hear first-hand insights on a wide array of topics from how to succeed as a health tech start-up to the role of AI in healthcare.


  • Patient Engagement Innovation to Drive Improved Population Health

    22 June 2016
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    A panel hosted by DataArt

    A recent Patient Engagement Innovation panel discussion hosted by DataArt on June 9th, 2016 at the Harvard Club of New York City brought together top technology executives from major hospitals and healthtech companies in an enticing dialogue on patient engagement innovation. The event was attended by 80 healthcare industry professionals.

    Daniel Piekarz, VP & Partner, Healthcare & Life Sciences, DataArt moderated the discussion and was joined by Chaim Indig, CEO, Phreesia, Dr. Barry Goetz, Director of Clinical Informatics, Population Health and Ambulatory Care, Northwell Health, Dr. Ashish Atreja, Chief Technology Innovation and Engagement Officer, Department of Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System, Mony Weschler, Chief Technology & Innovation Strategist, Montefiore Medical Center and John Donohue, Associate CIO, University of PA Health System.


  • DataArt at ePharma Summit

    05 February 2015
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    ePharma Summit 2015 is just around the corner and DataArt is here to help you enhance sales and marketing in life science industry.

    What if there was a solution that saved the doctor time when he or she prescribed your products? One of sales reps biggest problems is the limited amount of time doctors have to spend with them. Stop by the DataArt book at ePharma and learn new ways to leverage mobile technology to fuel sales and marketing.

  • DataArt at mHealth Summit 2014

    25 November 2014
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    DataArt’s Healthcare Practice invites you to meet with us at mHealth Summit in Washington, DC December 8-10 – the perfect place to explore the limits of mobile and non-mobile health innovations.

    At our exhibition booth #819, DataArt will showcase its mobile expertise and ability to connect smart devices, provide food for thought and share industry insights.

    Join us at mHealth Summit and check out what new is coming in mobile healthcare.

  • DataArt at Health 2.0 Europe 2014

    29 October 2014
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    Health 2.0 Europe is just around the corner, and DataArt’s Healthcare and Life Sciences practice is looking forward to exhibiting at the event.


  • Pitfalls for Insurance Claims Processing

    17 October 2014
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    Insurance claims processing is an essential component of revenue cycle management that has the power to improve practice’s collections. In reality, however, healthcare providers and insurance companies keep running into a wall of miscommunication. Why does it happen? The answer is in the article “Pitfalls for Insurance Claims Processing” by Egor Kobelev.

  • Mapping UK Prescriptions

    25 February 2014
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    Following the data.gov.uk initiative, the UK publicly releases raw data from the government or public services, making it available to everyone, to ultimately increase government accountability and improve public services. Yet to actually be of use, this raw data has to be processed, analyzed and presented in a human-friendly way, rather than simply be machine-readable.

    The DataArt team took up this challenge and started an R&D project to provide users with an easy way to find information about the usage of prescriptions across all general practices in England. The project resulted in a medical application that visualizes information about the cost and category of prescriptions and displays trends, such as which medications are most often used in a specific area or to treat a certain category of disease.


  • From EHR to HIE

    13 June 2013
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    To date, 43.5% of physicians reported having a basic EHR and only 9.8% met meaningful use criteria. This means practices still have a long way to go as Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements put yet a bigger challenge right in front of them. If this fact fails to impress you, consider this one – over a third of physicians want to replace or upgrade their ambulatory EHR systems, according to HIMSS Analytics’ 5th Annual Ambulatory Practice Management & Electronic Health Record Study that came out this June. The study also shows that almost half of the physician groups plan to join HIE.


  • Implanted Medical Devices: Bliss or Threat

    27 May 2013
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    With more and more medical devices being connected to web-enabled IT systems, it is simply a question of time before the implanted devices start failing killing those they were supposed to save. While there is a lot of speculation as to how a hacker can take over your heart pacemaker and send it haywire, something as common as a malfunction or a computer virus could have just as deadly consequences. To avoid that we need two things. First is to pay more attention to quality assessment when it comes to something as important as life-saving medical devices. The second is the highest level of data security for protected health information (PHI). Without either we cannot be sure the technology that’s meant to make our lives better won’t be used against us.

    Read more how Malware and hacking pose dangers to medical devices.

  • Transparency in Healthcare: How It Improves Service Quality

    15 May 2013
    By Valentina Lakhina, Business Development, Healthcare & Life Sciences

    How is it with all the achievements in medicine and technology at hand, patients still fail to receive the required treatment? Surprisingly, it is often all about data… or rather, lack thereof.

    Sharing patients’ data is the keystone of understanding patients’ needs and thus improving service quality. This implies that a payer failing to equip providers with adequate patient data impedes care coordination. At the moment healthcare providers, payers and other involved parties lack transparency; this can be gained when “payers and providers develop more transparent policies and procedures for analyzing business and clinical data”, as stated by Cynthia Burghard, research director at IDC Health Insight, in her blog.

    Once the new rules have been set, it will be necessary to put theory into practice and that’s when software development firms will step up to save the day.