Harnessing The Power Of The Browser To Improve Care
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.
mHealth Is More Than Mobile Devices
Though mobile devices have obviously provided tremendous benefits in terms of advancing patient care, some health organizations are still not reaping the full benefits of mobile technology. But, with a simple solution, they can. Harnessing the full power of mHealth requires a partnership between mobile devices and browser-based remote access technology.
Read the entire article here, Healthitoutcomes.com
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