The Second Wave of Clinical Mobility and Selecting the Right Device for Clinicians
Date: June 26, 2012 | Time: 2 pm ET / 11 am PT | Duration: 1 hour
Mobile technologies help clinicians work more efficiently and enable the care continuum outside of traditional care settings. Increasingly, healthcare workers are expecting to use their own personal mobile device-of-choice within the enterprise setting. This creates issues for IT around device support and serious concerns about data security.
One device does not fit all in healthcare - different tasks require different mobile tools and care collaboration workflows are driving the adoption of mobile devices. The Intel Mobile Point of Care (MPOC) Device Selection Tool will assist you in making the right decision in selecting a mobile device for your care setting.
How do you know which devices are best suited for your users? The Intel Mobile Point of Care (MPOC) device selection tool will help.
You will learn about techniques for dealing with these issues. Your goal is to allow data to be available when and where needed while providing your end-users with maximum flexibility consistent with good security practices.
Lynne Dunbrack, Program Director, IDC Health Insights Lynne Dunbrack, Program Director for IDC Health Insights will discuss current industry trends and future projections on mHealth.
Dr. Mark A. Blatt, Worldwide Medical Director, Intel Corporation Dr. Mark A. Blatt, Worldwide Medical Director, Intel Corporation, will give an overview of mobile devices for care collaboration and mobile compute continuum in healthcare
Jared S. Quoyeser, Healthcare Industry Manager, Intel Corporation Jared S. Quoyeser, Healthcare Industry Manager, Intel Corporation, will preview a new Mobile Point of Care device selection tool to help you know which devices are best suited for your users