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10 Questions Hospitals Should Ask Their Vendors
The learning curve for consumer text-messaging platforms often goes like this: Turn on the phone and start texting. Doctors and their organizations need HIPAA-compliant enterprise texting solutions that fit with their workflow. Ideally, the platforms also need to be easy to use. Here are the qualities to look for and the questions to ask when you're looking for a secure, reliable and efficient secure text messaging app.
115 Mind Blowing mHealth Telehealth Statistics and Trends
In this third edition of HIT Consultant's Mind blowing HIT Stat and Trends series, we take a look at the facts and figures surrounding both telehealth and mHealth to shed light on some potential answers on what is to come from the rather swift shift in the healthcare landscape.
mHealth Will Drive Physician Demand for Secure Text Messaging
For the typical physician, the most noticeable near-term effect will be the continued rise of texting as a replacement for out-of-date communications technologies. That's a positive development because quick and convenient communication is good for clinicians and patients. But it's one that, due to the risks it brings, makes many health administrators nervous.
The Three R’s: Revenue. Results. RTLS.
According to Frost and Sullivan, hospitals misplace or lose 10 to 20 percent of an estimated $750 million of their valuable medical equipment annually, wasting staff and patient time and incurring costly replacement charges. The Three R's: Revenue. Results. RTLS. will explain no matter the need, the size or scope of the project, there are four specific ways any hospital can most effectively and efficiently implement RTLS for asset and inventory tracking.
Designing Communication Networks to Optimize Healthcare Outcomes
Recent evolution in the healthcare industry has highlighted the need for clinical collaboration inside and outside the hospital, and across the continuum of care. That's why more emphasis is being placed on effective care team communication and collaboration across sites to improve the overall healthcare experience for patients and staff, while moving the needle on readmission rates and other important outcome measurements.