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Improve Your Clinical Workflow Solutions with Mobile Carts

Improve Your Clinical Workflow Solutions with Mobile Carts

The implementation of mobile computing carts has revolutionized the healthcare industry over the last ten years, but not without creating controversy. Since regulators mandated that patient data be stored electronically and that healthcare providers show significant use of that data, mobile carts have enabled nurses, doctors, and other care providers to consult digitized patient records at the bedside.

Top 5 Technology Trends for Healthcare

Top 5 Technology Trends for Healthcare

It's been a challenging year for the healthcare industry - new payment models and regulatory changes combined with big data and tech innovations have forced healthcare providers to rapidly adapt their practices at all levels of healthcare management and delivery.

What is a Hot Swappable Battery?

What is a Hot Swappable Battery?

Imagine you're a healthcare clinician whose role requires that you interact with different patients several times each day. As you move around your floor, you can access mobile computer workstations located throughout the halls instead of returning back to the same stationary desk in between each and every patient.

What is Point of Care (PoC) Technology?

What is Point of Care (PoC) Technology?

Healthcare information technology is a rapidly transforming area of opportunity for both physicians in the United States and the global healthcare community, promising to improve patient safety, save time for physicians and nurses involved in patient documentation, improve workflows, and enhance patient care outcomes by better enabling the flow of information within hospitals and individual practices, and throughout the healthcare system.

Why is Infection Control Important?

Why is Infection Control Important?

If you ask the patients at your hospital to identify the most impactful workers in the building, you’ll probably hear some great feedback about your frontline staff – the doctors, nurses, surgeons, and specialists that are engaging with and caring for patients each day.

Building an IT Infrastructure That Makes Sense for Healthcare Providers

Building an IT Infrastructure That Makes Sense for Healthcare Providers

Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) is a rapidly growing area of innovation, with many hospitals around the United States working to incorporate modern technology and best practices into their healthcare environments. As an industry that’s both heavily regulated and steeped in tradition, change moves slowly in the healthcare environment and, as a result, it’s important that IT staff and other executive decision-makers allocate resources to building IT infrastructures that adequately support front-line healthcare workers.

Benefits of Workstations on Wheels in Healthcare

Benefits of Workstations on Wheels in Healthcare

The healthcare industry is in the middle of an IT revolution, with new technologies and devices being innovated and implemented daily to improve patient outcomes, making life easier for the front-line physicians and nurses at healthcare facilities. One device that has been a constant necessity prior to and throughout this IT revolution, is the Workstation on Wheels, mobile computer stations that can easily be transported between patients and around the hospital.

Utilizing Mobile Technology in Healthcare

Utilizing Mobile Technology in Healthcare

Each day, there are more mobile phones sold around the world than the number of babies that are born. Google receives more search queries from mobile devices than ever before, and the market for independently developed applications continues to balloon to astronomical proportions.

5 Ways Telemedicine Benefits Providers and Patients

5 Ways Telemedicine Benefits Providers and Patients

In 2017, patients are becoming increasingly receptive to the idea of communicating with their doctors, surgeons, specialists, and other medical advisors using video conferencing software. A recent study by Software Advice indicated that 75% of survey respondents were interested in trying telemedicine.