Software Development

The TRHC product suite is developed from a powerful rules engine that houses electronic pharmacy profiles and supports risk alerts, a proprietary combination of decision-support tools, e-prescribing, advanced precision-dosing functionality, tracking and trending, and more. TRHC is compliant with federal HIPAA and HITECH regulations, and our technology has Meaningful-Use certified modules; is Surescripts certified; and is approved for electronic prescribing of controlled substances.

Our SaaS offerings are scalable, efficient, fully fault-tolerant and offer hassle-free maintenance for clients. Our technical architecture leverages a full open-source stack, using MySQL as its canonical datastore, ruby, Javascript for its application languages and RubyonRails and AngularJS for application frameworks. TRHC companies use proven analytics platforms, including Cognos and Logi Analytics, to further support the mission.

TRHC technologies are designed to leverage the internet as the backbone of delivery and cloud resources for scalable horsepower and bandwidth. Sophisticated algorithms for searching and sorting, horizontal scaling, open-source technologies, and internet distribution methodologies position the Company to seamlessly integrate software solutions with any interested partners.

The tools used by our developers include:

  • AngularJS (JavaScript)
  • Ruby on Rails
  • NodeJS (JavaScript)
  • CouchDB (JavaScript)
  • Clojure
  • Go
  • Cloud Foundry
  • Git

These tools were carefully selected for maintainability and productivity excellence. Using methodologies such as agile development, pair programming, and test-driven development, we specialize in in-depth planning, comprehensive testing, and producing clean, flexible code.

Community – Charleston, SC

Our software development team is involved in several technology communities that work together to maintain and manage specific technologies. We also host and participate in local community-driven events:

Jack Russell Software (JRS) joined the TRHC family of companies in the fall of 2010, and is responsible for developing innovative healthcare technology software. Jack Russell Software was formed in 2007 by Charleston’s own Mr. Tom Wilson, TRHC’s Vice President of Software Development and Chief Software Architect.