jens (a) helweg.eu
I am a software developer.
as well as Android app development with Java and Kotlin.
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The other and unique way to revceive medical prescriptions is completely online and only available in this E-Rezept app from Gematik. Using your health insurance ID you doctor may prescripe a medication to you and securely (by using his HBA for encryption) send this to a central, secure online-service.
Using your eGK (elektronische Gesundheitskarte) and NFC you can create a secure connection to the online service and receive your medical prescriptions in the E-Rezept app. With this you can receive subsequent prescriptions without having to (physically) see you docotor every time. Additionally this will provide a lot more data along with the prescription like dosage instructions.
Furthermore you can easily search for pharmacies in the E-Rezept app and request availabilty for each of you medications. You can then choose to order for pickup, order online or find a phamacy that provides a messenger service.
This includes the EBM, ICD, Heilmittel and HKR. The reference books are kept in SQLite files and can be downloaded in multiple versions and used offline. They are searchable and linked to one another.
The KBV2GO! App also contains a news area that provides health-related information from KBV. Additionally users can subscribe to push messages for news concerning german health affairs.
The videos consist of single movements seamlessly curated to exercises on either time or repetition based videos. Workout directions are spoken by a text-to-voice feature. You can listen to your favorite music on Apple Music or Spotify running in the background managed within the App.
Results are shown in a map or as a list.
Unfortunately the app has been discontinued in favor of another app so it is not available in the app/play stores anymore.
To streamline this process Belbo also offers to create individualized Apps for their clients. So end-users can create & manage appointments mobile and inside the individualized app.
It is a java based application on servlet technology using Spring, Spring MVC, Spring security and more tools from the java ecosystem.
The application is built using JEE tech-stack. The view is done in JSF and Facelets using prime faces component library. It is connected to the federated identification system SAML that the KV-System is running for Single-Sign-On access to the application. It is also connected to the KV-Connect secure network to send data between doctors and other medical institutions.
It delivers the sqlite DBs for various medical references/catalogs as well as news-information in form of an RSS feed. Also it connects with Push Notification Service as well as Googles Firebase Messaging Service to deliver push notifications to the KBV2GO App. The application is based on servlet technology using Jersey to provide a REST web-service.
On top, it also had an ICD Browser to lookup ICD codes and also a coding helping system.
It has been discontinued by the KBV.
Since Oct 2020 I am a freelancer in software development.
I have been working for KBV as a lead software developer in the role of a 'Senior Referent'.
I have been working for adesse AG as a project manager and software developer.
5 years as a software developer and project lead for Volkswagen in Wolfsburg.
>1 year as a software developer on the release team.