Low-code is defined as a graphic approach to application development that focuses on visual editing and automation. It helps citizen developers with little to no traditional coding experience create robust, flexible, and secure enterprise applications without the interference of a skilled software developer.
As low-code technology continues to evolve, low-code solutions are being integrated into business processes across various industries, including healthcare.
According to Gartner, approximately 79% of businesses build a web application using citizen development initiatives within one year. The integration of low-code technology in healthcare businesses can have many benefits, such as higher efficiency and increased organizational profitability.