Software that solves complex problems
HPA™ is an enterprise software application that enables large organizations to easily manage HIPAA privacy complianceRead More
TrackGauge™ is a patented, high precision electronic measurement instrument used in the maintenance of high-speed rail linesRead More
3D-CTAG™ is a patented, internet-based software tool that can detect and monitor degenerative eye diseases using only a tabletRead More
ClearView™ is a software system that uses digital signal processing algorithms to quickly find low-risk trade entry and exit pointsRead More
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Great application ideas are not valuable until they are implemented in a form that can be experienced and validated. A Minimal Viabled Product is the fastest and least costly way to reach the point at which an idea becomes real. MVPs are typically critical in any sales and/or capital funding process. Further, they are a crucial part of the validated learning process used in the evolution of any application. We have built or participated in the development of over 30 MVPs based on a wide variety of application technologies.
Microservices is a software architecture style in which complex applications are composed of small, independent processes communicating with each other using language-agnostic APIs. We offer microservice and cloud application design in a variety of frameworks, languages, and cloud providers (ex. Express-Nodejs, Slim-PHP, Jersey-Java). We also have extensive knowledge and experience in the healthcare, compliance, finance, instrumentation, infrastructure & transportation industries.
Hardware is by its very nature hard to do. We offer full-stack hardware, device, & IoT design and implementation. This includes electrical engineering, firmware development, mechanical design, structural design, and prototyping. We typically focus on microcontroller based systems (Microchip, Atmel) or embedded Linux. All electrical engineering, development services, and pre-production are performed domestically.
In May 2015, the US Patent & Trademark Office formally renewed the primary US Patent for New Governance's TrackGauge system, instrument, and design (7,900,368). This extends New Governance’s formal IP rights in both the US and amongst PCT members. The company also maintains an additional US Patent on the TrackGauge system, instrument, and design (8,069,579).
The top-end speed and safety of modern high-speed rail trains is determined in part by the alignment and accuracy of the rails. TrackGauge is a durable, hand-held electronic measurement instrument that can be deployed by rail maintenance crews to accurately monitor and maintain high-speed rail lines in a wide variety of weather conditions. The TrackGauge system, instrumentation and design developed by New Governance are currently deployed and used throughout Asia.
The US Army recommended the expanded use of PHIMT, a customized version of New Governance’s HPA software, as the primary tracking and reporting repository for health information disclosures that occur under patient authorization.
Since 2004, HPA has been used by the Military Health System as the repository for health information disclosures and compliance activities associated with HIPAA Privacy.
Now HPA will be used in an expanded role at Army healthcare facilities to track the uses and disclosures of patient health information that occur under a patient's authorization. This new PHIMT functionality will provide an efficient electronic replacement to existing procedures which are primarily manual.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee formally renewed its HPA license, support and maintenance option with New Governance. Under the terms of the agreement, New Governance will provide support and maintenance for HPA in all BCBST facilities throughout 2015.
New Governance announced that it would partner with Ceeable, Inc. the California Institute of Technology, the University of Arizona, and the Center for Military Medicine Research to commercialize 3D-CTAG, a revolutionary web-based software tool that detects and monitors retinopathies using only a touch screen device (such as an iPad®).
In multiple clinical studies since 2000, conditions such as glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), anterior ischemic optic neuropathy, optic neuritis, ocular hypertension, macular edema, and ethambutol toxicity have been successfully detected by 3D-CTAG. Since the 3D-CTAG technology only requires a generic touch screen device, it stands to revolutionize the way retinopathies are detected and treated for billions of people worldwide.
Under the terms of the teaming agreement New Governance will work directly with Dr. Wolfgang Fink (the co-inventor of 3D-CTAG) and his colleagues at Caltech, the University of Arizona, and the Center for Military Medicine Research to move 3D-CTAG beyond the lab and into a fully commercialized product.
Dr Fink is the founder of the Visual and Autonomous Exploration Systems Research Laboratory at Caltech. He is also an associate Professor and the inaugural Edward & Maria Keonjian Endowed Chair in Microelectronics at the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona in the Departments of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Systems & Industrial Engineering, and Ophthalmology & Vision Science.
The Solution Delivery Division (SDD) operating under the Defense Health Agency (DHA) formally exercised its contract option with New Governance for the continued use of HPA in all Military Health System med groups, hospitals, clinics, and healthcare-related organizations. Under the terms of the agreement, New Governance will continue to provide licensing, support and maintenance for HPA.
The Military Health System uses a highly customized version of HPA called PHIMT (the Protected Health Information Management Tool). PHIMT was built by New Governance to meet the unique combined needs of DHA, SDD, and the four service branches. PHIMT has been used throughout the Military Health System since 2004.