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Blog posts tagged with mobility

  • Mobile application replaces outdated communication tools

    Tina Joros
    May 16, 2016

    Technology is one of the biggest paradoxes in health care. On the clinical front, modern day technologies offer patients life-saving therapies and improvement in quality of life. But communication among providers has seen little evolution over the past decades, still relying on pagers, fax machines and paper printouts. So we shouldn’t be surprised by a recently published study that revealed preventable medical errors are the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. The majority of medical errors are due to poor Read more…

  • How clinician feedback shaped mobile application for homecare

    Leigh McClure
    November 12, 2015

    In health care, usability of software is a patient safety issue. It’s why Allscripts employs User-Centered Design (UCD) principles to gather clinician feedback on our solutions throughout the development process. A great example of this process at work is the recent adaptation of Allscripts Homecare™ to a mobile application. Home health nurses are a specialized group, often traveling to patients’ homes to provide care. Despite the mobile nature of their work, there were not many mobile applications on the market when we started this Read more…

  • New Patient Flow mobile app improves efficiency and satisfaction

    Samantha Purnell
    March 27, 2015

    When a transporter at Camden Clark Medical Center (Parkersburg, West Virginia, U.S.A.) first saw the new Allscripts Patient FlowTM mobile application, he said, “Where have you been all my life?” Reactions like these tell us we’re on the right track in designing solutions that save precious time for hospital staff. Camden Clark agreed to be an early adopter for the new and improved Patient Flow 15.1, and has been previewing the application since January. Read more…

  • Salford Royal goes semi-mobile in its wards to help at-risk patients

    Stuart Miller
    January 21, 2015

    Editor’s Note 1/28/15: Ovum recently featured this client in a publication, “Best-Practice Electronic Patient Record Deployment at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.” Download it here. When Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, located in Salford, United Kingdom, received funding to go semi-mobile in its wards, the organization partnered with Allscripts to help bring the project to life. The effort required a very rapid development timeline, with the project beginning and launching in less than 9 months. Read more…

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