Mobile Workstations Feature Content

  1. The Importance Of Human Factors And Ergonomic Principles In Computerized Cart Design

    While computerized carts have become staples in healthcare settings to improve workflow, the importance of considering the human factors and ergonomics (HF&E) of their use is often not fully understood.

  2. Onward And Upward – Predictions For 2014

    It’s hard to believe we are already closing out another year! With 2014 upon us, I took some time to reflect on what progress the healthcare industry made in 2013, and to contemplate what’s to come in the year ahead. This year, we saw increased investment in technologies to support gains in the efficiency and quality of patient care, and I really think that 2014 will be a year of continued evolution. By Terry Edwards, president and CEO, PerfectServe

  3. Loma Linda University Health Prepares For Mobility Through Culture Change

    Is your organization’s culture preventing more efficient processes? Many healthcare organizations have embraced the idea of digitizing records, yet despite ongoing new compliance and regulation mandates, and emerging technology for electronic health records, many have a culture that impedes process efficiency. Loma Linda University Health (LLUH) was one organization that realized it needed a culture change. Many of its departments preferred manual processes because it was comfortable for them. But when they experienced firsthand how much time and effort automating processes could save, they understood how that translated into better service for students and patients, and became champions for change. By David Lewis, VP of product marketing, Kofax

  4. Effective Use Of PIN Codes For Mobile Security

    With hospitals and health organizations implementing a myriad of new technology systems - mobile devices, medical carts, and telemedicine solutions - they must understand how to effectively integrate these into their workflow processes. Perhaps more importantly, they must also ensure the devices are secure and protected against unauthorized use or access. A PIN code security system is one proven way to ensure safety with minimal impact on day-to-day operations. Without deliberate forethought, however, this type of system can disrupt workflow and not fully address all security risks. By Steve Torbett

  5. Get The Most Out Of Going Mobile: Best Practices In mHealth Implementation

    Our population is becoming more mobile on a daily basis, and healthcare professionals are no exception. In fact, the very nature of the healthcare industry makes it ripe for a move to mobile. It also presents special implementation challenges.

  6. 5 Key Reasons Why Your Mobile Cart Should Be Powered By Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries – Not Lithium Ion

    The truth is that one letter “R” makes a big difference at the end of the day. This paper provides some key factors when understanding the differences between these battery chemistries.

  7. ARMC Adopts Electronic Consent Solution Using Logical Ink

    Terri Andrews, Clinical Systems Manager at ARMC, was part of a hospital-wide task force that examined where paper was being used and sought ways to replace it with an electronic solution. Andrews discovered that ARMC was still using paper consent forms in patient access.

  8. Carts vs. Tablets: 7 Considerations When Choosing A Mobile Computing Platform For Your Healthcare Facility

    Cart-based laptops, thin clients and all-in-one computers have a long history in healthcare facilities. But tablets like the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy seem to be the devices everyone is talking about these days.

  9. Hospital Leverages A Clinical Device Assessment To Move Closer To Meaningful Use

    This case study is brought to you by PC Connection, Inc., parent of the PC Connection family of companies, a collection of best-in-class information technology (IT) solutions providers.

  10. 4 Steps To Customizing The Best Mobile Cart For Your Healthcare Facility

    Mobile computing carts have become a fixture in most hospitals as a primary means for clinicians to capture patient information at the point of care. As such, there is no shortage of mobile cart options on the market. Several vendors — large and small — offer a variety of mobile cart solutions.