Acceleration of Mobility in Healthcare


The slow evolution of transitioning to mobility in the healthcare arena got a jolt once the pandemic hit.   Today over 75% of clinicians use tablets or smartphones on the job regularly with more clinical workflows adopting mobility at a more rapid pace.  Luckily, the addition of mobility to Electronic Health Records, or EHRs, was already in place for clinicians. Effectively managing care plans for each patient, ensuring accuracy in the electronic medical record, and making it functional and usable on a mobile device is a complicated process in a complex environment. Having a sound strategy for technology selection, integration, deployment, training, and management is vital for patient care that happens at the bedside.

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