With a new framework emerging for healthcare delivery and access based on mobile technologies, health organizations are harnessing the power to positively impact patient care every single day. Join us as we explore case studies demonstrating the best use of mobile technology in a variety of healthcare settings.
- Explain the ways in which a variety of health organizations are using mobile technologies to positively affect patient care
- Highlight the use of mobile health IT across the continuum of care
- Discuss the challenges and the opportunities to consider as a result of deploying mobile applications in a healthcare setting
Your free* registration includes live and On Demand access to education sessions, downloadable resources, and networking opportunities with speakers and attendees.
|11AM-11:30AM CT||Mobile Apps that Positively Affect Patient Care: Our Experiences|
|Abstract: The benefits of mobile technology is at work in many facets of our daily lives and at Frisbie Memorial Hospital, too. Explore the relationship between mobile devices and the positive impact to patient quality, accessibility, and the patient’s ability to make meaningful choices based on the timeliness of information.
|11:45AM-12:15PM CT||The Use of Mobile Technology : Mobile Technologies Across the Continuum of Care|
|Abstract: With its mission to improve human life through excellence in the science and art of health care and healing, the Texas Children’s Hospital relies upon the tools and the resources to coordinate care through mobile devices. And to do so, mobile technologies enhance the access by patients and providers of critical data
|12:30PM-1PM CT||Deployment of Mobile Technologies Across the Henry Ford Physician Network: The People, the Project, and the Processes|
|Abstract: Henry Ford Physician Network is a physician-led, clinically integrated Accountable Care Organization (ACO) with the goal of creating a high degree of interdependence and cooperation among physicians to control cost and ensure quality across the full continuum of care. But what does it take to create and maintain their highly sophisticated and secure wireless network that serves thousands of patients and providers on a daily basis?
|1:15PM-2:15PM CT||The Second Wave of Clinical Mobility and Selecting the Right Device For Clinicians (Intel)|
|Abstract: Mobile technologies help clinicians work more efficiently and enable the care continuum outside of traditional care settings. Increasingly, healthcare workers are expecting to use their own personal mobile device-of-choice within the enterprise setting. This creates issues for IT around device support and serious concerns about data security. During this session, you will learn about techniques for dealing with these issues. Your goal is to allow data to be available when and where needed while providing your end-users with maximum flexibility consistent with good security practices.