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Communication plays a vital role in joining up healthcare. It allows health professionals to share information, benefit from remote services and access expertise. Connected healthcare improves care ...

Communication plays a vital role in joining up healthcare. It allows health professionals to share information, benefit from remote services and access expertise. Connected healthcare improves care for patients in all locations and lowers costs at the same time.

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  • 1. improving outcomes with connected healthcare1
  • 2. Communication plays a vital role in joining up healthcare. It allows health professionals to share information, benefit from remote services and access expertise. Connected healthcare improves care for patients in all locations and lowers costs at the same time.2 improving outcomes with connected healthcare
  • 3. electronic medical records increased collaboration More than 99% of Denmark’s family doctors, pharmacies and hospitals 55% of physicians in the US have use an integrated network to adopted electronic medical records. exchange information like referrals, They help healthcare providers clinical data, e-prescriptions and share vital medical data to improve teleradiology services. care and outcomes.3 improving outcomes with connected healthcare
  • 4. growth of telehealth North America alone, spending on telehealth is predicted to be $6.8 billion in 2012. real-time alerts In the UK, 84% of family doctors use IT healthcare systems to give them real-time alerts during patient consultations.4 improving outcomes with connected healthcare
  • 5. electronic medical imaging secure data storage Health data has massive secure storage requirements. In France, more than 7800 75% of health authorities in Asia- radiologists generate 5 petabytes annually Pacific offer teleradiology services, from 61 million examinations. ahead of Europe with 50%.5 improving outcomes with connected healthcare
  • 6. SMS patient reminders The Barts Health NHS Trust saves £1 million per year with an SMS reminder service that helps prevent missed appointments.6 improving outcomes with connected healthcare
  • 7. changing role of hospitals Across the EU, the number of hospital beds fell by 22% between 1995 and 2008. These savings are driven by shorter hospital stays and at-home care.7 improving outcomes with connected healthcare
  • 8. thank you to learn more visit: http://www.healthcare.orange.com presentation created by Futurity Media. sources: CDC, Accenture, Datamonitor, WHO, MPDSSIS, Computer Weekly, EU8 improving outcomes with connected healthcare