Data is revolutionizing healthcare in the age of COVID-19. Using data-based treatments, clinicians can detect symptoms earlier, tailor treatments to the patient, track progress with greater accuracy and improve patient care.
Clinicians can only realize these benefits if the data available to them is complete, accurate and continuously up-to-date. For this to happen, frontline staff must have the right mobile devices and the right systems in place. These devices must interface seamlessly with each other, so that no matter who is collecting the data, on what device or operating system, the data is quickly available to all authorized and relevant systems and users.
But is this happening? With your copy of Critical Technology for Critical Care: The State of Mobility in Healthcare 2020/21 Report, you will learn how effective current mobile devices, data and patient-information systems are for frontline healthcare professionals across seven countries. And how integrated mobile technology could solve many of the challenges facing the healthcare industry today.
At A Glance
See what frontline healthcare professionals across the U.S., Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden, France and Australia face when their organization does not fully embrace mobile technology to support critical patient care.
Inability to Cope with Health Crises73% of healthcare workers indicated that existing tech and systems were not equipped to handle the global pandemic.
Lost Time Spent on Admin56% of a health workers' time in a normal work week is spent on administrative tasks rather than caring for patients.
Faulty and Inefficient Technology81% of healthcare workers experience issues with the systems and technology used when out visiting and caring for patients.
Security and Compliance Concerns81% of healthcare workers had concerns about the security of patient records.