Why The Home Healthcare Industry Is Prime For A Technological Revolution
The healthcare industry conjures up images of doctors, nurses, and clinical staff dashing through hospital corridors. However, there is a whole other subsect of healthcare workers that cater to the outpatient population.
How Health IT Is Enhancing The Role Of Today’s RNs
The American Nurses Association just kicked off National Nurses Week 2017, honoring the nation’s three million nurses who are changing the face of patient care and compassion. Health IT Outcomes recently spoke with three nurses who also work in the healthcare IT space to hear how the latest technology advances are having a positive impact on the nursing profession. Here’s what they had to say.
Transform Health Screenings Into Gameplay
New VR technology helps track blood pressure and BMI and revolutionizes health screenings. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Will Robots Redesign Healthcare Policy?
How robotics has the power to transform healthcare. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Text Messaging Boosts Patient Engagement, Improves Outcomes
Texting can keep patients motivated, engaged, and on the road to better health. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
SaaS Solution, VoiceEnabled Health Assistants For Connected Home Healthcare Unveiled
Lenovo and Orbita are among exhibitors demonstrating new home healthcare products at HIMSS17. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Telepsychiatry Services Get A Boost From MDLIVE
MDLIVE is the first telemedicine provider to offer virtual psychiatric services in all 50 states. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
1 In 4 Hospital Staff Report Using Expired Or Recalled Products On Patients
Better supply chain management leads to better quality of care and improved patient safety. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Advancements In Home Care Technology Change Senior's Quality Of Life
When today’s seniors were teenagers, they couldn’t have imagined the types of advancements we’ve made in our technological pursuits. From our phones being used as computers to self-driving cars, we’ve come a long way since the days of listening to your favorite radio show as evening entertainment.
The Future Of Healthcare Visits Is Going Mobile
Ninety-one percent of patients use mobile apps and 80 percent prefer mobile to traditional office visits. By Christine Kern, contributing writer