Overview of online survey tools

This blog is for the organization who wants to conduct a survey, perform data collection and aggregation. This blog gives a brief introduction of various tools available for online survey which can perform conduction of survey, collection of survey data and aggregation. When it comes to gathering information or getting feedback from subscribers, surveys are […] Continue reading →

Spring crud

Introduction Let’s say we want to develop a web site or web portal using the following technology stack: HTML/JS pages as UI, Spring as a core server-side framework and Hibernate to interact with the data layer. We also want to use Maven to build and organize our project. It is a popular frameworks set in […] Continue reading →

Lost in Million Locations

In today’s digital world we often come across the word “Cloud” especially if you are a mobile developer like me. Being a mobile developer maximum times we get stuff from the cloud or upload stuff on the cloud and even if we need to store data locally on the device its nothing more than couple […] Continue reading →

JCAHO Survey

The Joint Commission An independent, not-for-profit organization, founded in 1951. The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,500 health care organizations and programs in the United States. The Joint Commission is the nation’s oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. To earn and maintain The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™, […] Continue reading →

What is “Meaningful Use”?

Meaningful Use is a set of standards, defined by CMS, that governs the use of EHRs & most importantly allows the opportunity for Eligible Providers (EPs) and Eligible Hospitals (EHs) to earn incentive dollars by complying with a set of specific criteria. Meaningful Use became one of the most frequently used terms in the healthcare […] Continue reading →

Mobile optimized web design

Use of mobile increasing rapidly all around the world.  People are using mobile applications in their day to day life. Even for internet surfing peoples prefers mobile devices over desktops. Traditionally websites were designed to fit on desktop screen. These websites not render properly on mobile screen. Unfortunately much of the web isn’t optimized for […] Continue reading →

Ten pillars of Code Quality

In this blog we’ll be discussing ten pillars that supports the quality of your code. Each of these pillars has a unique role and a compromise in any of these will result in a clearly visible gap in quality. First and the foremost rule is that your code should only implement what’s required, no more […] Continue reading →