We are experiencing the biggest transformation in health care ever. Technology plays a significant role as an enabler of that transformation but will not drive it alone – caregivers and patients also play a role. When predicting the future of mHealth, one must look at the challenges around the growing ACA-enabled population along with the shortage of caregivers. The impact of adding more patients and more data to a limited number of caregivers will require more data aggregation, bigger data analytics tools, and connected mobile technology. In this session AirStrip announced a number of initiatives combining the power of analytics and the user experience of AirStrip’s Native Mobile applications.
The future of healthcare mobility is rooted in the ability of clinicians to view vital data from any source across the care continuum in a single user experience. Whether it is a smartphone or tablet on the go, a touchscreen desktop at a central station or in the office, a laptop by the bedside or at home, one consistent dashboard will need to show medical device data in near real-time, along with fully integrated EMR data, PACs images, and many other data sources.
The availability of seamless capabilities that deliver the same user experience regardless of form factor will drive mobile utilization. That will enable clinicians to realize the full value and transformative power of healthcare mobility – providing higher quality, more efficient care, and meeting the growing challenges of a rapidly-evolving healthcare system.
Join AirStrip CEO Alan Portela and Microsoft for a discussion of what’s next for mobility in healthcare, and a demonstration of the tools that will drive the next phase of mHealth transformation.