We Played With FHIR
And Didn’t Get Burned

Back in February, we announced that we won the federal government’s Secure API Server Showdown. The national competition, which consisted of two stages, concluded this month. You can read more about FHIR® and Asymmetrik’s winning solution here. And, make sure you listen to our first Asymmetrik Healthcare podcast. In this episode, Bryan Young

May 17, 2018
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We Won a Technical Competition
Tackling ONC’s FHIR Challenge

Asymmetrik is making big strides in creating a better patient experience. Last month, we built and submitted a solution for Secure API Server Showdown Challenge, hosted by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC). Today, we have exciting news to share: Asymmetrik won the competition! Thanks to our A-Team members who […]

February 08, 2018
Asymmetrik Moves to New Office
Here We Grow Again!

When we moved into our office at 141 National Business Parkway in 2016, we thought we’d have plenty of time before outgrowing our space. Turns out that day came sooner than expected! Yes, that’s right – Asymmetrik has moved to a bigger office. Fortunately, we didn’t go far. Our new office at 308 Sentinel Drive […]

January 08, 2018
Asymmetrik team members accept Baltimore Sun 2017 Top Workplaces award on November 30. best workplaces recognition
We’re a 2017 Top Workplace
Asymmetrik Wins Baltimore Sun Award

Asymmetrik is a Baltimore Sun 2017 Top Workplace! Every year, The Baltimore Sun recognizes the area’s Top Workplaces after evaluating thousands of anonymous employee surveys. Their judging panel ranks employers based on work/life balance, benefits, leadership, employee recognition, and growth opportunities. Everyone wants to work for a company that values making everyday tasks in the […]

December 04, 2017
HiTech Visits Again
Asymmetrik Hosts STEM Students

Last week, Asymmetrik opened its doors to 10 middle and high school students from Howard County Library System’s HiTech initiative. We love supporting STEM education, so when HiTech asked if they could visit, of course we said, “Yes”! It was a great opportunity for the kids to meet and talk with real-life engineers. In February, […]

September 27, 2017