MPOC: Best Practices for Clinical Mobility Deployment

Intel Healthcare recently ran a webinar on the 20th of August about mobile point of care technology.

Mobile point of care technology is key to improving both workflow and patient outcomes. If your organisation is identifying critical components and determining plans find out fromthree industry thought leaders on how other hospitals and healthcare organisations are approaching this task.

There was information on three key practices for deploying mobile point of care technology:

  • How to identify the right form factors or hardware solutions
  • How to choose the right wireless deployment for the needs of all in the facility
  • The Big Picture – from planning to implementation—the critical task of transforming clinical workflow

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Scottish NHS to be first paperless health service in the world

Hospitals roll out hand-held computers giving doctors and nurses instant access to database By Tom Gordon

SCOTLAND IS set to become the first country in the world with an entirely paperless health service, as wireless hand-held computers allow doctors and nurses to check and update patient records wherever they go.

The machines let staff move from bedside to bedside downloading patient histories, test results, and digital x-rays on the electronic equivalent of a clipboard called a mobile clinical assistant (MCA), or toughbook.

Information is delivered through dedicated hospital wi-fi systems, with access to the most sensitive information restricted to senior medical professionals.

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