The Second Wave Of Clinical Mobility: Strategic Solution Investments For Mobile Point Of Care
The highly collaborative and mobile nature of clinical teams makes the strategic investment in clinical mobility solutions essential to meet the intense demands being placed on healthcare providers today. Many of the same drivers of health reform in the United States and abroad — the need to improve access, quality of care, patient safety, and clinician efficiency to treat more patients cost-effectively — are setting in motion the second wave of clinical mobility.
Leverage Technology To Reduce Medication Errors And Improve Workflow
In this case study, a mobile workstation and medication cart enables this Toronto hospital to reduce medication errors and deliver better patient care through workflow improvements and automation. By Sonia Pagliaroli and Russ Swaga
10-Point Checklist: Maximize The Life Of Your Mobile Cart Power System
Powered mobile carts are a significant technology investment. This article outlines 10 simple steps to take to prolong the life of your power system. By Matt Rossini, marketing and communications manager, JACO, Inc
Hospital Streamlines Its Operations From The Pharmacy To The Point Of Care
Ensuring efficient workflows from the inpatient pharmacy to the point of care is a critical issue for every hospital. This case study exposes how pharmacy design, automated dispensing cabinets, and mobile computing workstations promote quality of care at a 25-bed, critical access hospital. By Metro Healthcare
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.
Improving Medication Compliance In A Critical Access Hospital
This article highlights how bar coding and secure medication carts helped reduce medication errors at Mayo Regional Hospital in Maine. By Deb Stroud, RN, Mayo Regional Hospital
Neurologist Finds The Answer Through Mobile Workstation And Telehealth Integration
This case study outlines how prominent neurologist, Dr. Hamid Rabiee of Shasta Regional Medical Center, is using an integrated telehealth and mobile workstation solution to positively impact everything from patient care to finding the work-life balance that can be critical to physician performance. By Metro Healthcare
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.
How To Get 10 Years Out Of Your Mobile Cart Investment
The mobile computer cart market has become overrun with low-quality knock-offs that attempt to look and act as a durable EMR workstation, so choosing your mobile cart wisely is vital to realizing a long-term solution and a solid return on your investment. By Jerry Faiella, VP of Sales and Marketing, JACO, Inc.