COVID-19 is shutting down urban transportation networks around the world. But to “flatten the curve” and save lives, critical frontline health workers still need to get to work. In Bogotá,…
Physicians of Southwest Washington is taking advantage of a health IT vendor’s free tech in an effort to gain efficiencies in coronavirus triaging and see patients remotely.
Meanwhile, clinical teams also experienced workload relief because they were getting fewer duplicate questions – and dealing with fewer frustrated patients.
Clinicians can start video consults from their mobile devices and connect directly with patient bedside camera systems, according to the company, which will give the technology free to clients to…
The vendor says the new technology can help with, among other things, the COVID-19 pandemic.
Views of the added CDC guidelines have increased 600% over 10 days, receiving seven times more views than any other set of guidelines in the epocrates app.
A tip from the director of information services: Never rely on WiFi or cellular networking. Always use Bluetooth beacons inside hospitals.
The remote-monitoring technology is designed to help health systems and employers monitor, evaluate risk, and provide real-time escalation alerts for individuals exposed to infectious disease.
The Oregon provider is the first to use the care coordination application to support programs for people with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges.
Mobile app equipped with social media and telemedicine designed to keep patients in recovery connected with their clinical-care teams and support networks after discharge.