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Developing and Launching a Knowledge Graph-Backed Telemedicine API In Just Eight Weeks
Medical care is a deeply personal business that begins impersonally: log into your insurance provider’s database of in-network physicians and find the doctors closest to you who can serve your need.
That’s an unacceptable option for those living in the public eye. For them, seeing a new provider for anything – but especially for medical consultation or procedure – entails reputational risks the rest of us don’t face. Discretion is worth paying for. So, to fill the gap, a startup telemedicine provider built a digital referral system on GraphGrid’s Connected Data Platform (CDP), allowing doctors to identify networks of trusted partners for their most visible patients.
Knowing users of the system would demand both privacy and an exceptional standard of care, the telemedicine startup had to build a scalable, searchable, context-rich knowledge graph. Doctors had to be able to give their visible clients trusted options for care in those moments when a virtual visit from 10,000 miles away simply wouldn’t provide relief.
In this case study, we’ll review how the telemedicine provider went from concept to live in just eight weeks, saving time and money that could have gone into infrastructure that GraphGrid CDP provides out of the box.
On Sept. 15, 2021, GraphGrid unveiled the Connected Data Platform downloadable package in two editions: Enterprise and Ecommerce. Both editions include a full feature set. Enterprise edition includes Natural Language Processing (NLP) capabilities so you can turn text-based information into connected data. Ecommerce edition includes tools to create a smart shopping experience for customers and manage things like payment processing, invoicing, and order tracking.
The current 1.4 edition will be followed by a bi-annual release schedule. Current customers get 8 CPU cores, 32 GiB memory, and 1 GPU for all editions and their features and can be used through production for FREE.
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