Health technology companies are experiencing off-the-charts growth, but only those that live up to stringent standards will thrive. Delivering on expectations for health and fitness apps requires every user experience to be free of app-threatening bugs and crashes.
Never second-guess whether it’s time to debug or build new features. With the Stability Center, developers always know the health of every release, and stability targets provide the exact guidance needed to determine if it’s time to debug or to build new features. And, anytime a release’s stability levels fall below the target, developers have the exact information needed to raise stability back up again.
Healthcare involves sensitive patient information that must adhere to HIPAA rules. To ensure compliance without additional effort, Bugsnag offers self-hosting as one of our deployment options. Run your stability management platform on-premise with either a single server or scaled across multiple machines for high-availability and processing.
In addition to accordance with HIPAA rules, Bugsnag can also sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) upon request. Learn more about Bugsnag’s compliance with HIPAA, EU GDPR, CCPA, and other certifications on our security page.
Emergencies must be handled efficiently, which means developers need access to protocols that provide the exact information required for immediate action. With Bugsnag’s advanced search builder, it’s painless to filter and bookmark errors by their impact on a release, a particular segment of users, or even a specific feature.
Telemedicine mobile apps have experienced a 613% surge in usage during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Common logging solutions are helpful but not designed to help the engineer reproduce and fix errors. Imagine if physicians knew exactly how to treat patients by looking at a simple report. While medicine may not be there yet, software development is. Bugsnag’s portfolio of error insights provides detailed and precise error reports. Developers always have the exact information needed to efficiently reproduce and fix software errors.
“The benefit of arbitrary metadata and the ability to do things like breadcrumbs for us has been essential."
Matt Robinson, iOS Engineer, Strava
Not every error requires urgent attention. Too many notifications can make it difficult for developers to know what to address or ignore. With Bugsnag’s Alerting and Workflow Engine, errors can be prioritized and sent only to the relevant developer who owns the affected code, which minimizes overall notification noise. Developers are empowered to: