Technology is rapidly changing the delivery of healthcare. However, most of that technology is NOT designed or developed by people with healthcare backgrounds, expertise or experience. And, even more certainly, it is not traditionally being built by providers, nurses or healthcare experts. What we get then, is non-intuitive software that frustrates its end users.
What we need is technology that works for us. To get here, we need more input from the actual users and for the development to be driven by healthcare providers.
mHeatlh, an abbreviation for mobile health, has emerged as a sub-segment of eHealth. The term encompasses the use of mobile devices such as mobile phones, tablets, computers and also wearable devices such as smartwatches for clinical health data collection. The mobile aspect enables the healthcare provider to be moving and mobile while delivering healthcare services.
Ok, so we like this. Healthcare delivery doesn’t happen at a desk or in an office. But, is it working for you? Does it provide improved efficiencies, workflow, and communication? Or, is it just another frustrating piece of technology that is the necessary evil to enable you to complete your work for the day?
Hello HybridChart! Our software was designed for doctors by a doctor. It’s intuitive. It’s easy to use. And, it’s mobile.
At HybridChart, we’re driven to provide technology that connects your healthcare team, increases efficiencies and output and improves your bottom line. HybridChart’s low-cost real-time workflow and charge capture solution can add time to your day by automating your front-end charges electronically. HybridChart’s cloud-based software will improve your profitability and patient outcomes based on your unique workflow, including census management, charge capture, secure messaging and discharge management. All of this can be directly managed from your smartphone or tablet. Get PAID for the work you do!
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