Building mobile or web apps for the healthcare industry means software developers must heed HIPPA regulations. Here, we detail key considerations for HIPAA-compliant apps and server-side logic, including encryption, disclaimers, certifications, TLS/SSL, and more.
Arunas PaskeviciusSenior Software Engineer
While most four year-olds were playing with blocks and scribbling in coloring books, Arunas made it his personal mission to beat the Prince of Persia game on his father’s work computer. Unfortunately, he couldn’t figure out how to leave the first room in the game. As a result, Arunas refocused and set his sights on becoming the world’s youngest alchemist.
Citing his own birth as his proudest achievement in life, it’s no surprise that Arunas has chosen immortality as his one and only superpower. When he’s not cheating death or building solutions for our clients, Arunas enjoys watching reruns of South Park and digging into a fresh plate of sushi.
We know that writing clean and modular code allows for a better reusability; we want our Continuous Integration tasks to be reusable in other projects as well. Having a background of Jenkins, CruiseControl and GO CD usage, we decided to stick with the JetBrains TeamCity server, that in my opinion is one of the best CI servers. It comes with a bundle of useful features out of the box.
With mobile trends taking over the tech scene, an overwhelming number of app development programs are becoming available. We thought it would be helpful to start profiling some of these that are garnering a lot of attention, to provide some additional insight.