80% of healthcare providers have increased IT spending. Yet only 6% of US healthcare providers believe their IT testing processes are sufficient.
Have you ever calculated the costs associated with a healthcare project testing event? Among the often-overlooked expenses are the resources and hours required to write and update test scripts, the coordination and management efforts for the testing event, and the considerable hours allocated for all participants, plus the unproductive time they spend waiting to start their
What are Manual and Automated Testing? DOWNLOAD PDF Testing is the process that is carried out throughout software, technology, and operational workflow development and deployment. It is used to verify requirements, confirm functions, and validate workflows. Two options for testing are manual and automation. Manual testing can be defined as the process where human
Testing is at the core of our business at MAKE Solutions, and it is our goal to help our clients make their testing process accountable, repeatable, standardized and consistent. Through our experience, we’ve identified four pillars that hold up a quality testing strategy for any information systems. Pillar 1: Test ScriptsTest scripts are the bedrock of
Healthcare organizations are continuously looking for ways to reduce the costs associated with repeated rounds of testing of their information systems. Many investigate automated testing tools as a way to take the burden of their analysts. These organizations know how much clinical and non-clinical staff alike depend on the software solutions they use to help
Healthcare organizations seem to struggle with creating and maintaining integration test scripts. This whitepaper will outline the steps necessary to create great integration test scripts for your organization. Integration testing is a systematic way to ensure that a group of applications work together to produce desired outcomes when the end users execute their workflows as understood. In
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