Mobile Computing Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Hands-Free Communication Solution Helps Decrease 'Left With-Out Being Seen' Rate By 69.5%; Improves HCAHPS Scores 44.7%

    Hardin memorial health accelerates care, improves critical workflows and boosts patient satisfaction.

  2. HIMSS18 Research Report: Frequent Interruptions Distract Clinicians From Patient Care, Contribute To Stress And Burnout

    HIMSS Analytics surveyed hospital IT and clinical leaders at HIMSS18 to find out the impact of technology-driven interruptions on doctors and nurses, and how effective IT is at measuring and managing those interruptions. We discovered that when it comes to interruptions from technology, clinicians see a bigger problem than IT does.

  3. How New Smartphones Are Revolutionizing Nursing

    Smartphones transformed healthcare communications, but thanks to a new trend called the “Converged Device,” they’re about to revolutionize care delivery. One all-purpose device replaces a belt-full of single-purpose devices. And beyond sheer convenience, the results are stark: better care, higher patient satisfaction, better outcomes.

  4. HFMA Educational Report: The Value Of Precise Patient Identification

    Despite the best intentions, healthcare organizations can struggle with consistently and reliably collecting precise patient information and matching individuals to their medical records. The consequences of patient misidentification and mismatching can be severe, ranging from medical errors to adverse effects on the bottom line. Patient misidentification also makes it difficult for organizations to track their costs and determine the total cost of care in risk-based arrangements.

  5. Driving Employee Engagement With Digital Health

    As a society, we know how important it is to be healthy. When we’re not, the costs are staggering. According to Gallup, the cost of employee absenteeism related to chronic conditions and obesity is expected to reach $153.4 billion this year alone. According to Onlife Health, Inc., people who are fit are also four to five times more productive than those who are unfit.

  6. Turning Parents Into Database Administrators To Improve The Lives Of Children With Type 1 Diabetes

    For individuals with type 1 diabetes (such as myself), frequent monitoring of blood glucose is a necessity of life. A blood glucose level that climbs too high or falls too low can lead to dangerous health situations, and keeping relentless track of the level is essential to managing diabetes effectively. To help provide this important information, many individuals wear a Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) device which includes a hair’s-width under-skin sensor and a small transmitter pack. The CGM measures blood glucose in real-time and sends that data wirelessly to a nearby display device.

  7. The Case For Online Self-Scheduling

    Practices can save time and increase convenience for patients and staff with electronic self-scheduling solutions.

  8. Helping Children With Cancer Overcome Social Isolation During Medical Treatment

    In this testimonial, learn how Logitech ‘plug and play’ solutions helped nonprofit charity, Hopecam, to expand their service of connecting kids to their schools and classmates during cancer treatment.

  9. Beyond Smartphones: The Evolution Of Nursing Care

    Smartphones have become pivotal for communications in many healthcare organizations – but by taking these versatile devices a step further, organizations can also revolutionize their care delivery with better responsiveness, more attentive care and lower IT costs.

  10. The Connected Clinician: Revolutionizing Acute Care Nursing

    Nurses spend more than 30% of their time in non-patient-care activities. Compound this with the new reality that nursing staffs are being reduced while simultaneously being asked to deliver more effective care. This demand for greater nursing efficiency and effectiveness has led to the creation of today’s modern Connected Clinician.  Read the white paper to learn more.