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In-patient iPad Bedside application for Patient Engagement

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In-patient iPad Bedside application for Patient Engagement

  1. 1. Enhancing Patient Engagement & Experience for Hospitals A walk-through of the iPad bedside application for patients and family caregivers
  2. 2. Objectives Improve patient satisfaction Improve the discharge process and instruction Improve medication reconciliation and communication Improve patient education and health promotion Early detection of warning signs and near misses Improve care team communication Approach  Engage patients via a bedside interactive device  Predict HCAHPS scores based on patient behavior  Predict readmission via self-reported early warnings and behaviors  Customized content and workflow for patients and hospital units  HIPAA compliant data management and sharing
  3. 3. Key features Customizable checklist specific to hospital / disease conditions Allows patients to keep notes Save progress at any time Ability to access / print from home Ability to share with Personal Health Records (e.g., HealthVault) or via email
  4. 4. Key features Patient centered medication reconciliation Shared screen experience between nurse and patient / caregiver Supports “teach back” methods Unlimited number of medications Facilitate research of medications Pill identification for hospital meds Access list from home and print Share via Personal Health Records (e.g., HealthVault) or email
  5. 5. Key features Video content for patient education Can be customized for hospital units / patient disease conditions Much more effective than in-room TV
  6. 6. Key features Daily follow up questionnaires with reminders Questions can be customized for patient and disease conditions Dynamic questions changes everyday based on history and patient profile Provides early warning for relapse / readmission Continues after the patient goes home
  7. 7. Thank you!

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