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Six Things Hospitals Need to Know About Supporting the Adoption of Smartphones

May 17, 2011 No Comments

While pagers were once the lone option for mobile communications in hospitals, the rise of smartphone usage is changing the way clinicians, administrators, and others communicate. In fact, there are a variety of devices that now need to be incorporated into a hospital’s communications framework to keep efficiency and safety in the forefront.

In thie paper, “Six Things Hospitals Need to Know About Support the Adoption of Smartphones,” you’ll learn

  • Why incorporating smartphones into your communications is inevitable
  • Why sending SMS (text) via a smartphone service provider’s Web site negatively affects patient care
  • How to use smartphones to improve audit trails and incorporate escalation procedures

Although this paper is healthcare focused, many industries could benefit from these best practices.

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