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Guide to Mobile Healthcare Technology

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In highly regulated healthcare environments, mobile technology advancements enable greater -flexibility, portability, interactivity and better patient care than ever before. This infographic presents different use cases for the latest technologies.

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Guide to Mobile Healthcare Technology

  1. 1. In highly regulated healthcare environments, mobile technology advancements enable greater flexibility, portability, interactivity and better patient care than ever before. This infographic presents different use cases for the latest technologies. GUIDE TO MOBILE HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGY Applications: Benefits: Enhanced clinical workflow Increased patient engagement with clinicians Improved caretaker collaboration Heightened patient privacy Provide alert notifications and updates Secure and access patient records Digital Signage Solutions By 2017, the number of home health monitoring devices with integrated connectivity is projected to reach 7.1 million.3 Diagnostic Imaging Applications: Benefits: Real-time accuracy Improved patient experience and quality of care Greater diagnostic confidence Ergonomic mobility Ultrasound machines provide accuracy, portability, and efficiency Digital radiography enables efficiency and accuracy Computed tomography transforms fixed imaging technologies into portable platforms Tablets, Smartphones, and Wearables What’s causing this growth? The global medical device and mobile health-monitoring market: > Is growing at over 43% per year (CAGR) > Will exceed $8 billion in 20191 What’s more, the monitoring and medical device market may reduce healthcare spending in the US by $200 billion over the next 25 years.1 The Rise of Mobile Tech in Healthcare How prevalent is mobile tech in healthcare right now? Smart, new communication tools Monitor and record vital signs A large aging population Greater prevalence of chronic diseases Almost 70% of clinicians use both a desktop/laptop and a smartphone/tablet to access data2 Deliver patient education For your healthcare environment, Samsung Business empowers IT teams to take full advantage of the benefits, while offering users a seamless experience like no other via a full portfolio of endpoint devices – from Galaxy tablets and smartphones secured by Samsung KNOX™ technology, to digital signage, to zero-client all-in-one displays, stands, desktops and beyond. Samsung Knows Healthcare What can Samsung Business do for your healthcare environment? Download the eBook 1. Vera Gruessner, “Medical Device and Mobile Health Market to Reach $8 Billion,” mHealth Intelligence, April 30, 2015. Judy Mottl, “Study: Smartphone, tablet use on the rise in hospitals,” FierceMobileHealthcare, December 14, 2014. Sources: 2. http://mhealthintelligence.com/news/medical-device-and-mobile-health-market-to-reach-8-billion http://www.fiercemobilehealthcare.com/story/smartphones-tablets-grabbing-traction-hospitals-some-caveats -require-attent/2014-12-14 3. “The potential of mobile health is starting to be realized by the healthcare industry,” Berg Insight, March 13, 2015. http://www.berginsight.com/media/Berg_Insight_M2M_Journal-15.pdf Applications: Benefits: Personalized engagement Timely messages Information on demand Centralized updates, management and coordination Educate patients and medical staff Deliver security and emergency updates Provide interactive wayfinding in hospitals Update patient conditions to family in waiting rooms Zero-Client Technology Applications: Benefits: Less IT support required Heightened security management Lower power consumption Simple access for patient note dictation Low-profile access from high-traffic areas $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 7.1m Twitter: @SamsungBizUSA Blog: insights.samsung.com

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