New models of healthcare are needed for Europe’s ageing population. Intel believes that new digital technologies have a key role to play and telehealth technology could support the shift to a new model of care closer to the home.
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Intel will host a seminar on “Telehealth Essentials – Making the Case for Telehealth” in Edinburgh on November 11th at The Balmoral Hotel. Register at: http://scottishhealthcare.co.uk/inteledi
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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Hatboro, Pa.-based mobility solutions provider, InfoLogix, Inc. has rolled out a new mobile clinical assistant, InfoLogix M24. The product, the company says, provides clinicians with point-of-care access to patient information from the bedside.
Designed such that clinicians can both input information and access patients’ EMR, the InfoLogix M24 provides medication verification and captures diagnostic images, the company says. The solution was built upon the Intel mobile clinical assistant reference architecture and features a bar code scanner, RFID reader, fingerprint reader and Webcam.
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Wireless computing and homegrown software turn may turn Scoland’s NHS paperless. When PDA’s didn’t work, Scotland’s NHS turned to Intel designed Medical Computer Assistants or Mobile Clinical Assistants (MCA). These together with Coupled or Computer Access on Wheels (COWs) and a lot of local Scottish software may move the NHS to the first paperless health service.
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