By Bradley Carlson – Efficient, “all-in-one” tools enhance caregivers ability to keep the focus on patients. Workstations on wheels—WOWs—are the equivalent of the nurse’s office. This equipment is integral to rounding, charting, and administering care and must help not hinder workflow.Read More
By Kayla Matthews – Telemedicine — providing clinical healthcare remotely — was born out of modern technologies and a growing reliance on the internet. As you well know, many devices are now Internet-enabled, falling into the realm of IoT or the greater Internet of Things.
By Kayla Matthews – Thanks to advances in health care, we’ve living longer than ever before. In North America alone, the average lifespan in 2017 is expected to be 79 for men and 81 for women. With our collective advancing age comes the need for improved health care for the elderly.
By Sarianne Gruber – Christina Farr had a “Next Generation” house call for the first time. The on-demand doctor’s visit provided her care and resolved the possibility of a trip to the emergency room, and best of all she felt great. Ms.Farr, an award-winning health and technology journalist, happen to have had her encounter just days prior to the d.Health Summit.
By Sarianne Gruber – A Virtual Clip Board Pilot Study. Patient self-service kiosks in hospitals and physician offices have helped speed up the patient intake process, collect co-pays as well as improve data quality such errors and duplication of information.