A mobile first approach offers quicker access to medical information to enable more informed decisions, reduced costs and better patient care. Learn why ResolutionMD is the best choice for safe, secure access to medical images from web and mobile devices.
ResolutionMD® enables health care professionals to securely view patient images and related information from a wide variety of desktop and mobile devices. As the leading global regulatory solution, your practitioners can confidently and safely diagnose from any location.
ResolutionMD® is completely HIPAA compliant. If providers lose devices, no patient information can be mined or exposed.
“Now that I can view patient images on my iPhone, I actually use it preferentially over my computer. If I’m walking around the hospital and I need to look at a patient’s image I don’t go to a PACS terminal, I just use my iPhone. It’s easier and, believe it or not, it’s faster. These are big images I’m accessing and the speed is blazingly fast.”
Christopher Duma, MD and Neurosurgeon
Best Practices for Implementing Mobile Health IT
A collaboration session – watch how doctors using mobile devices to view images via 4G network. This is possible even if they are in different places. Images are retrieved from diagnostic centres and sent via the ResolutionMD server to host doctor and referring doctors instantaneously.
Educate providers, staff and patients on the benefits of using mobile devices to support better patient care and ease communication among health professionals.
ResolutionMD® is easy to learn and add to user workflow, making integration into clinical practice fast and simple.
A New Mindset: Mobile Adoption
While mobile devices are prevalent in all aspects of consumer daily lives, their use in clinical environments is still relatively new. Some providers, especially those who have been practicing for many years, are skeptical that smartphones or tablets can perform tasks at the same level of quality and efficiency as high-powered workstations. At the same time, institutions do not have policies or infrastructure in place to support the integration of mobile devices into health IT environments.
The future points clearly towards the increasing use of mobile technology for delivering cost-effective, efficient and high-quality patient care. Healthcare institutions must begin the steps to embrace mobile technology and transform their health IT strategy to support mobile devices.