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For Medical Device Makers, Full Spectrum Software Releases Software Technology Report Called How to Survive in 2009 and Beyond

A Software Technology Report reviewing what small to mid-sized medical device makers can do from a software development perspective to immmediately add value to their products. Download Report Here It provides an overview of current market conditions and what the new definition of software innovation is in this new market. The report covers emerging standards in EMR and how they could impact small to mid-sized medical device makers from a software product development perspective.

Southborough, MA (Vocus) May 6, 2009 -- Full Spectrum Software announced their fourth Software Technology Report for medical device makers. This report looks at the current market conditions, what the new definition of innovation is and what impact the development of EMR's will have from a software product development standpoint specifically for the medical device industry.

The hospital market is suffering economically and medical device makers need a strategy to make their products more attractive to hospital buyers. Many medical device makers can employ some software development strategies to accomplish this. Full Spectrum Software also examines what can be done from a medical software development perspective to deal with emerging standards. 2009 may be the year that the standards battle begins in earnest. The new administration has announced that there will be funding and mandates for EMRs. However, will those EMR's be based on HL-7, CCR or will they be influenced more by PHR's? Full Spectrum’s Software Technology Report offers useful information on how medical device makers can navigate this sea of standards and still be financially successful. The new Software Technology Report, How to Survive in 2009 and Beyond is a must read for software developers involved with software development for the medical device industry. The report is free and no registration is required Download Free Report Here

"In How to Survive in 2009 and Beyond, Full Spectrum Software offers a new definition for what has traditionally been the lifeblood of the medical device industry, innovation." In 2009, innovation may look very different from innovation in 2007. Connectivity and web services may play a major role in both new and existing medical devices architectures. PHR's or Personal Health Records are being touted by software giants Microsoft and Google. Both companies and millions of internet savvy consumers may well influence the shape and format of any new EMR standard.

Medical device makers need to move quickly to catch what could very well be a transformational event in the American healthcare market. As one of the leading software developers for the medical device industry, Full Spectrum Software has unique insight into the future of medical device software development.


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