Medical-Grade Network Connects Baptist Health South Florida
Baptist Health has a reputation for excellent clinical care and for bringing advanced clinical technologies to the aid of patients. Today, nearly every aspect of patient care in Baptist Health hospitals is supported by clinical applications, delivered via the ubiquitous wired and wireless network detailed in this case study.
Non Profit Healthcare Provider Goes Mobile With Tablet Computers
Swedish Medical Center in Washington was in search of a device that would allow its mobile nurses to update and access patient information on the go. With a main focus on connectivity and mobility, this case study highlights how the medical center identified and selected the right mobile device — a tablet computer — to fit their complex workflow.
Remote Scribes Put The ROI In EHRs
By removing the data entry burden from physicians and placing it on remotely located scribes, ENT Specialists of Northwestern Pennsylvania has avoided the productivity dips commonly associated with EHR adoption and has actually increased patient volumes and overall revenue. By Ken Congdon, editor in chief, Health IT Outcomes
Using mHealth To Work Smarter
A widely used term in the rapidly changing world of mobile technologies for healthcare is mHealth.
UMMC Streamlines EHR Workflow With Tablet Computers
This case study outlines how the University Of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) was able to eliminate paper waste, streamline physician efficiency, improve patient interactions, and cut costs by integrating their EHR system with tablet computers.
10 Things You Need To Know About Accountable Care Organizations
Compared to a traditional fee-for-service model, a successful ACO will incentivize cooperation and will lower costs by encouraging quality care rather than generation of volume. This paper defines three different structures for ACOs: integrated, collective, and combination.
Where Information And Care Meet: Secure Mobile Healthcare Solutions That Drive Care Coordination
Mobile technology has long reached critical mass in the United States. Four of five American adults, or 83 percent, own some kind of cell phone, according to the August 2011 report, Americans and Their Cell Phones, by the Pew Research Center’s Pew Internet and American Life Project.
Automated Dispensing Cabinets Upgrade Medication Management
In this case study you can find out how automated dispensing cabinets supported the Great Plains Regional Medical Center’s move to a new facility and provided an opportunity to upgrade its medication management strategy.
Mobile Workstations And Telehealth Improve Rural Stroke Care
This case study highlights ways rural hospitals can utilize mobile workstations to support telehealth consults at critical moments in patient care, such as in stroke patients, where every second counts.
RTLS: Seeing Is Believing For Pediatric Hospital
An enterprise-wide pilot convinces a pediatric hospital to implement an RTLS (real-time location system) for asset tracking.