We want to be and remain the best partner for healthcare apps. That is why we employ a team of doctors. As a medical advisor, they think along with you throughout the entire process about the medical aspects of the project and the consequences for technical development.
Below are a number of software products that have already been developed by everywhereIM. These are products that can also be used in your practice or institution. We believe in sharing knowledge and striving for an optimal situation in which costs are reduced and care becomes more efficient for doctor and/or patient.
Easily convert guidelines or protocols into an interactive app.
Efficiently process and assess studies/research on various criteria to streamline research processes.
A serious game is a fun and effective manner to use in your department.
“Apps in healthcare must comply with certain rules. After all, they can be medical devices. It is therefore essential to choose an app builder who is a good partner and thinks along with you. Such as everywhereIM.”
Prof. MD MSc PhD M.P. (Marlies) Schijven
Regulation (EU) 2017/745 will take effect on 26 May 2021. Almost all apps must then be CE marked to be used in the European market. We have already advised dozens of customers when applying for a Class I CE marking or calling in a “Notified Body” class IIa, IIb and III.
everywhereIM is the developer of medical apps. In addition to our own software products, we develop custom apps in collaboration with the client. Our doctors and programmers help to further elaborate and develop an idea. Below are a number of examples of customised apps.
MMT Guidelines Netherlands
Easy Heart Monitor
‘Ik geef bloed’ (Sanquin)
For the development of our apps we have a diverse team of developers, each with their own expertise, but all with a heart for care. We develop custom applications, so we always choose the best developer for the job.
You always have a single point of contact for the development of your app. That offers overview and clarity.
In addition to the medical apps that we customise for clients and the software products that can be purchased under licence, everywhereIM also develops its own apps as we have noticed that there is a lot of demand for these apps from the field.
The Antibiotics App
The Anticoagulation Booklet
Why we do what we do
For nearly 10 years, everywhereIM’s physicians have been modeling medical guidelines and protocols to make the caregiver’s life easier. For almost 10 years this has been done in almost 100% of the cases with grant funds. There was often a strong desire behind the brief to publish 1 or (preferably) multiple guidelines via smartphone, but because of the costs app builders charged, it was often limited to 1 or 2 guidelines. In addition, no more than 4 and sometimes 5 years were thought ahead to keep the app on the air. After this period, the guidelines app project died a ‘quiet death’.
However, users of the app were left in amazement as they perceived the use of the modeled content to be so much better than the time-honored PDFs. The app was either no longer findable, no longer working or contained outdated content.
Therefore, we decided to become the ‘institute’ that invariably models all medical guidelines and protocols that lend themselves to it into an app. Thus, everywhereIM Publisher was born. We do this with so much passion and enthusiasm that we decided to model and publish all Dutch medical guidelines and protocols.
Why we do what we do
What we do not do is copy texts 1 to 1 from the guidelines, this does not produce the desired result in practice. Modeling is a necessary additional step to convert medical content to a format so that it is suitable for viewing on a smartphone. So this means thinking carefully about how you ideally translate written text into a flowchart. By offering guidelines digitally in this way, there will also be easy version management where automatic updates ensure that the healthcare provider always has the latest version available on their mobile.
everywhereIM charges a fee because modeling guidelines to an app is an art in itself. This takes time and requires a lot of attention to first read and understand the guidelines properly. In addition, we continuously check with our team of doctors whether the content we publish is up-to-date. All this, as mentioned earlier, requires a lot of attention and care.
We believe in our purpose; to measurably improve care for the healthcare professional.