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mHealth Resources

Where Compassion and Technology Meet: Children’s Mercy

Children’s Mercy, a 367-bed hospital in Missouri, is leading medical professionals to reach more patients with telemedicine. Dr. Laura Fitzmaurice, Chief Medical Information Officer, stresses that the telemedicine program is about putting... Download white paper

The Paperless Future of Healthcare and Life Sciences

Your management and IT departments are driving towards tomorrow’s wholly digital world, making critical technology investments in an effort to streamline your business. Unfortunately, they often overlook a critical last step. A hospital... Download white paper

Harnessing mHealth Capabilities to Improve Care Delivery

Mobile technology has quickly woven its way into the fabric of everyday life, providing convenient ways for individuals to manage various aspects. In recent years, the demand for mobile health (mHealth) services has grown among patients of all... View webcast

Using Telehealth for Chronic Care Management and Coordination

Millions of people live with at least one chronic condition, making their health a round-the-clock, seven-days-a-week exercise in care management and coordination. Telehealth can make that process easier by giving patients and caregivers online... View webcast

When Minutes Matter: Using Telemedicine for Urgent Care

Telemedicine is a technology of time and space, linking the consumer to the doctor when and where a health issue occurs, no matter where each person is located.  That’s especially true when the health issue is urgent, and there’s... View webcast

Delivering Telehealth to Rural Populations: How to Reach the Hard-to-Reach Patient

Healthcare providers looking to connect with rural and remote populations can and should use telemedicine over a variety of channels to meet the needs of both patients and staff. Marshfield Clinic is a leading example.  Its 20-year telehealth... Download white paper

Delivering Telehealth to Rural Populations: How to Reach the Hard-to-Reach Patient

Health systems across the country are finding that a well-developed telehealth platform can deliver much-needed healthcare to rural communities, where providers are scarce and access is limited. In many cases, that platform is a lifeline for... View webcast

Best Practices for Using Mobile Patient Portals to Enhance Patient-Centered Care

Patient portals have emerged as key patient engagement technologies, from their benefits for patient communications to provider participation in federal quality reporting programs. But despite portal utility and provider efforts to motivate use,... Download white paper

Cambridge Health Alliance: Improving Patient Safety and Physician Satisfaction with EPCS

View this webinar to hear Cambridge Health Alliance's Arthur Ream III, CISO and Director of IT Applications, discuss the strategies used to integrate a fully DEA compliant solution for electronic prescribing of controlled substances directly... View webcast

10 Best Practices for Discovering the Best Mobile and IoT Devices for Healthcare

Mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) are a growing part of the IT resources healthcare depends on. The integration of mobile devices into a healthcare organization’s workflows and supporting infrastructure presents great opportunities... Download white paper

Microsoft Surface: Turbocharge Productivity & Transform Your Workplace

View Insight’s on-demand presentation of the Microsoft® Surface® portfolio of devices now, with no pressure to buy. You’ll and learn about: Surface Hub™: A meeting space simplifier that allows for more dynamic presentations... View webcast

Putting a Price on Telehealth

It’s not always easy to determine the value of a telehealth program, particularly when everyone involved has a different definition of ROI. The patient may be focusing on lower costs and more convenience, while the doctor is looking at... View webcast