The US healthcare sector continues to grapple with information technology. What to purchase? How best to implement? Who will be allowed to use the solutions? How will they be managed and secured?
Wireless technology is of particular interest, promising to enhance the quality of patient care, help providers control costs in creative ways, and lessen the pounding headache of regulatory compliance.
These wireless solutions all begin with the mobile device, and manufacturers are working diligently to tempt healthcare providers with a broad—and sometimes bewildering—portfolio of choices. The computer on wheels and the laptop with a mobile broadband card may still be as portable as some medical institutions and offices get; however, these laggards are falling further behind the technology curve and could be squandering the opportunity to dramatically improve patient outcomes by not giving serious consideration to additional wireless device types.
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