Mobility, Cloud & Virtualization

Infographic:Unleashing Mobile Application Solutions on the Healthcare sector

The Healthcare IT Exchange 2014 took a closer look at the latest trends in the healthcare apps market. As well as transforming healthcare IT, mobile apps are opening new and innovative ways to improve health and healthcare delivery. This infographic reveals the primary driver for healthcare apps implementation and which mobile devices are planned to be rolled out in the next 12 months.

Investing in Technology in the Digital Era

In the Digital Era, many companies believe they are require to digitally transform their company to keep update with consumers, however, according to Jackie Stephen, Head of IM&T at NHS Borders, she explains how patients with mobility access has developed a solution to  less hospital visitations, while being treated for their medical situation. 

Mobility a Necessity for Clinical Engagement

As the Digital Era is rising, it is imperative that hospitals are up to date with technology especially if there is a chance of reducing risks. Dr. Mike Fisher, CCIO of Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, stresses how mobile devices are not an option, it is a necessity. 

Mobility, a Blessing or a Curse?

With the fast past digital transformations it is a no brainer when it comes to mobilising health care technology. Eddie Olla, CIO of Sherwood Forest Hospitals Foundation Trust stated that mobility has increased productivity with faster access to information. However, this mobility movement may cause risks when maintaining patients’ data. 

Virtual Integrations and Mobility

Methods of virtualization allow doctors to access information from any computer whether being in the network or not. This allows the server user to be more efficient and productive when catering to the patients. Due to an increasing number of people wanting healthcare access from home, mobilising is a must to catering to the customers’ needs. Hear from Stephen Stewart, Assistant Director of Technology and Telecommunications, Southern Eastern Health and Social Care Trust.