Thursday, July 21, 2016

Harnessing The Power Of The Browser To Improve Care


WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..
As mobile technology becomes engrained into almost all facets of life and business, the rise of mobile healthcare, or mHealth, is not surprising. Healthcare professionals in private practices, hospitals, retail clinics, and non-profit settings increasingly rely upon mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets to deliver care.
Slowly but surely, mobile technology is being integrated into various aspects of the healthcare — 50 percent of healthcare providers use mobile technology at work on a daily basis — from administrative tasks to diagnosing and treating patients.
How many providers know how to  use their browser effectively to enhance their productivity ? During the past five years SAAS has become prevalent, for EHR, aand many solutions depend upon the browser. No longer is it necessary to download  programs to use them..  Most of the time these SAAS are agnostic (will run with any browser. However the user must have a current version of their browser. Firefox, Chrome, and IE have automatic updates regularly, which usually take place in the background. Older versions of Windows such as XP, and Vista may not be compatible with SAAS software.  Vista now longer has Windows support.  Minimal requirements for Windows is Windows 7. If you have Windows 7,8, or 8.1 Windows 10 an easily be  downloaded from Microsot's Windows 10 download link.  The  entire process is easy and transparent.

Browser-based remote access technology and mobile devices are a perfect combination, allowing healthcare providers to:
  • Save Money On Maintenance And Device Purchases
Giving physicians browser-based access to applications, files, and information removes the need for IT departments to install software on endpoint devices; this virtually eliminates costs associated with endpoint installation and ongoing maintenance.
However, partnering remote access with mobile devices takes cost efficiency a step further by making BYOD initiatives a possibility. Because clinicians can access anything they need to provide care through browsers, they don't need specialty devices — virtually all mobile devices have internet access. With this flexibility, clinicians can use their own devices, reducing the amount of devices that healthcare organizations need to provide for clinicians and thereby significantly decreasing IT costs.

    WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

    WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

    WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

    In addition to giving providers the flexibility to diagnose patients more quickly, remote access allows providers to centrally store sensitive data and patient information without saving anything onto physical devices. Browser-based remote access enhances security and privacy efforts, keeping patient information safe and making it simple for healthcare organizations to comply with HIPAA policies.
    • Improve The Patient Experience
    The use of mobile devices in the medical field is already helping providers meet their main goal of providing high quality patient care in a secure, reliable, and cost effective manner. Browser-based access can increase the benefits associated with mobile technology by helping to streamline and simplify the entire process of administering care, from diagnosis and treatment to administrative tasks. The flexibility to access and administer care from any device and any location allows clinicians to provide even more superior, patient-centered care.
    Browser-based remote access is the key to unlocking the full potential of mobile technology in healthcare settings. The flexibility to provide superior care anywhere and using any device removes limitations and allows healthcare providers to focus on the most important priority: administering care that patients can rely upon.
    WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

    WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..

    WARNING:  Microsoft's free download offer expires July 30, 2016. After that date you will have to buy the Windows 10 upgrade..






    Harnessing The Power Of The Browser To Improve Care

    1 comment:

    1. A very well written post and I completely agree with everything you had to say. As a customer of telemedicine solutions, I am affirmative of the potential and scope that telemedicine and remote patient monitoring has. It certainly improves the overall efficiency by saving time of both the patient and doctor and thus enhances the quality of delivery of healthcare services.

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