Mobile

By Healthcare IT News 01:32 pm November 20, 2015
This article shows how technology enables healthier, more engaged patients to receive proactive care at home, where they're most comfortable. It begins with physicians accessing actionable data, allowing them to provide personal, optimal care.
By Healthcare IT News 10:06 am November 19, 2015
Medicare began paying primary care physicians via CPT code 99490 for non-face-to-face care management. This is based on a recent nationwide survey to ascertain CCM program awareness, current and expected future participation& adoption strategies.
By Healthcare IT News 10:28 am November 13, 2015
In many ways, bring your own device (BYOD) sounds good to healthcare leaders. It can improve productivity, optimize practitioners' time and even reduce capital expenditures. But there's a flip side to BYOD that often sends shudders down the spines of healthcare IT executives and hospital administrators: As BYOD usage increases, so can security...
By Healthcare IT News 11:32 am November 05, 2015
Do consumers want to have the ability to securely email or text providers? Do they want to be seen via video rather than in person? Do they think these services would benefit their health? This white paper answers these questions and more.
By Healthcare IT News 03:28 pm October 23, 2015
A mobile app can offer valuable features that reduce or even eliminate some of patients' biggest frustrations. Your app can help you create a more positive, consistent patient experience-without the need to hire additional office staff.
By Healthcare IT News 03:02 pm October 23, 2015
The traditional hospital kiosk comprises a nice-looking display and housing, possibly a keyboard, powered by a basic software program. But technology has zoomed ahead. A cloud-based mobile app, accessed via tablet and/or a wall-mounted flat-panel touchscreen, offers a number of significant advantages. This quick datasheet breaks down those...
By Healthcare IT News 09:41 am October 23, 2015
How many times a day do you think patients and visitors stop hospital employees to ask for directions, hopelessly confused in the maze of hallways? Poor hospital navigation has a host of (very expensive) effects, but it can be remedied.
By Healthcare IT News 01:37 pm October 16, 2015
Using mobile devices can help clinical staff untether themselves from desktop computers and complete their work at the point of care or while moving through a facility. This improves productivity, accuracy of data, and even the quality of care.
By Healthcare IT News 10:40 am September 03, 2015
In a recent global survey, over 450 healthcare professionals weighed in on the question, "Is your company's digital health strategy on schedule?" View the findings and learn what successful companies are doing well. You'll also learn 5 key steps to start or accelerate the implementation of your company's digital health initiatives.
By Healthcare IT News 02:53 pm September 02, 2015
Connecting patient-generated data to providers' mobile devices and platforms in a timely, efficient manner is driving the ability to advance medical knowledge and improve patient outcomes.

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