DBG

Boston University
Architecture, design, and development of behavioral health survey solutions.

Healthcare

Advances in health care reform are changing consumer mindset, requiring healthcare organizations to innovate in the digital age.

Burning Issues
Forward thinking healthcare executives are adopting new initiatives to satisfy a new health economy. Driven by newcomers to the healthcare industry and a highly engaged consumer market, innovations in technology and customer service will be key in dealing with some burning issues, including:
  • Gaining and sustaining consumer trust by providing high-quality and affordable care.
  • Implementation of customer-centric ecosystems that foster a freedom of choice.
  • Empowering consumers with mobile health applications and greater accessibility.
Rising Consumer Expectations amidst New Competition
Established healthcare organizations will need to compete with industry newcomers looking to gain a competitive advantage through digital innovation. Newcomers experienced with more customer savvy markets will gain an additional advantage over healthcare providers, as they will more easily alignment with consumer expectations.

DBG has been a part of some major healthcare innovations realized through mobile and remote technologies that have replaced many traditional health management and communication solutions.

At DBG, we apply a forward thinking approach to delivering business value through consulting, creative, and technology for both enterprise and startup healthcare solutions companies in the following areas:

Innovation

  • Digital Strategy
  • Product Development
  • New Ventures
  • Social Media Adoption
  • Customer Satisfaction

Implementation

  • HIPAA 5010 and ICD-10 Requirements
  • Mobility Solutions
  • Electronic Health Records and Exchanges
  • Health Information Exchanges
  • Analytics & Business Intelligence

Efficiency

  • Integrated Care Systems
  • Transformation of Legacy Systems
  • CRM Platforms
  • Remote Health Monitoring

DBG has a large team of web developers (design through to coding and special services) that has done an excellent job for my company developing our company Website at an affordable price. I have worked directly with one or two DBG programmers for 2 years now.

 
Richard Bennett, LFC

DBG Customers

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White Papers

Gamification: The New Cookie Jar For Employees

An age-old (yet still) culturally popular saying - “ The Customer is King!” still runs many corporate houses across the globe. However, as the world changes and ideologies advance, so should the outlook on business. Sure, keeping the customers satisfied plays an instrumental part in every business, but don't your employees deserve equal status? In today's day and age, what drives an enterprise forward is not just the satisfaction of the customers, but the wisdom of the employees as well.

What do your employees need?

You have to ask yourself: "How do I get our employees to deliver their best?"

The old factory model workspace, where a single work routine is practiced over and over again, is no longer gratifying enough for generations of workers that are immersed in technology, real-time communication and overwhelming amounts of eye-catching advertising.

What your employees need is an engagement model that provides them the best balance of personal and work commitments. This is where Gamification can play a major role in new management models and thinking. It is perhaps the industry's best and most current answer to driving increased employee loyalty and increased productivity.

Gamification: The New Cookie Jar For Employees

Consulting

DBG Methodology

DBG’s Methodology is outlined through its two-phase Digital Business Platform – a process whereby algorithms are defined through an organization’s Core Alignment Framework and then deployed digitally through solution-based software applications to form virtual online companies through the convergence of business intelligence and technology innovation. Through the Digital Business Platform Methodology, we focus on designing the foundational core for your Digital Business requirements by assuring that your risk profile is minimized by forging an immediate transactional relationship with your brands, products & services. Our ultimate goal is to forge a long-standing, transactional and profitable relationship between your brand and it’s consumer. The term “Digital Business” was coined by technology academics and executives who hypothesized to business strategists that business growth and profitability could be executed more quickly, efficiently and with less risk through automated online or virtual platforms. They further argued that a digital business could more accurately measure the demand and life cycle for a company’s products and services through digital algorithms. This hypothesis has fueled debate amongst CIO’s and CEO’s regarding what adds more value to the performance of a business

DBG Methodology

Consulting

DBG Digital Business Lifecycle (DBLC)

As your company strives to attain leadership in the digital world, it becomes vitally important for your team to maintain cutting-edge digital business competencies to sustain your competitive advantage. DBG carefully, cautiously, and continuously provides a safeguard for our partners by evaluating its client’s DBLC to properly guide, protect and innovate their intellectual property, intellectual capital and integrated customer experience so that they develop and maintain their leadership position as a global digital business.

DBG Digital Business Lifecycle (DBLC)