AT&T’s HIPAA-Compliant Healthcare Platform
The AT&T Foundry came to Theorem with the goal of creating a platform to help doctors, patients, and health care providers communicate and collaborate more effectively, and efficiently.
A rich ecosystem of web and mobile applications that brings together cutting-edge capabilities in mobility, cloud and security to connect users with their own health, wellness and clinical data.
The Platform was designed to:
Integrate and manage relationships with existing commercial health providers, allowing developers to integrate once with the mHealth API.
Provide HIPAA-compliant, secure storage Personal Medical Information (PMI).
Provide a system that has the ability to easily scale-up and down as demand requires.
Provide a feature-rich API to allow developers to integrate and utilize the platform.
Theorem and AT&T architected the platform for global scale and redundancy across a minimum of three availability zones. The platform architecture was designed for operation on top the AT&T internal cloud services platform, Silver Lining.
Theorem also developed processes and procedures to facilitate an internal handoff to the AT&T operations team, who had not previously utilized the AT&T Silver Lining Platform. This allowed AT&T to utilize internal existing resources to maintain the entirety of the new, Silver Lining based mHealth Platform.
Theorem designed and implemented a completely automated DevOps suite that included the ability to provision any aspect of the mHealth system on-demand. This provided AT&T with the ability to scale the platform elastically.
Theorem designed a suite of API’s, and utilized these API’s to integrate with existing third party vendors. This allowed developers to integrate with common third party players, without any specific integration requirements.
The mHealth Platform provided the backbone for software and hardware experiences, including a suite of AT&T health and wellness products including AT&T’s HealthyBaby smart baby monitoring product line.
A critical portion of the AT&T mHealth Platform was the development of a community of participants to develop on top of the mHealth Platform. Theorem assisted AT&T with this task by providing key industry talent from the Theorem team to participate at conferences, trade shows, ad hackathons, and providing talks and advice to members of the industry — assisting AT&T in cementing their reputation within the healthcare ecosystem.
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