It is no secret that U.S. healthcare providers face new and evolving demands from patients, federal and state governments, and insurance firms. Is it any wonder that successfully addressing this sea change in expectations requires a concurrent transformation in healthcare technologies?
Wireless technology, in particular, holds the promise of enhancing the quality of patient care, helping providers control costs in creative ways and lessening the pounding headache of regulatory compliance.
It all begins with the mobile device, and manufacturers are working diligently to tempt healthcare providers with a broad - and sometimes bewildering - array of choices. The computer on wheels and the laptop with a mobile broadband card are as portable as some institutions and offices get: however, there are additional wireless device types available that deserve serious consideration.
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