Futuristic Clinics to Create a New Standard in Health Care

--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Comprehensive Health Services (CHS):

WHAT:

  Expert sources available for comment on how innovative employers may soon be pioneering clinics-of-the-future to better improve quality health care
 

WHY:

Comprehensive Health Services (CHS) is partnering with the Health Systems Institute (HSI) at Georgia Tech and Emory University to create the ultimate model for onsite health clinics that will set a new standard for the onsite industry. The current designs of the futuristic clinic:
1) Use the most advanced technology, work flow, and clinical practice
2) Maximize patient experience in the health center footprint
3) Optimize use of space
4) Make practice of medicine more efficient and compliant—with higher patient satisfaction
 
Examples include:
-- PROactive Wellness Environment - Integrates sensing technology into everyday workstations to monitor wellness of employees
-- Smart Medication Vending - Medication vending kiosk dispenses medication and includes “smart software”
-- Purpose-based lighting - Creates different scenarios of lighting to accommodate different uses and patient needs

-- Wellness coaching - Uses interactive kiosks and personal monitoring as well as a points system to encourage physical activity throughout the work day

 

WHO:

Stuart Clark, Executive Vice President, Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., www.chsmedical.com, is available to comment on how these future onsite health clinics will lower employer costs, yet improve quality care.

 

VISUALS:

Photos of onsite health clinics, doctors examining patients, doctors using latest technologies such as wireless electronic medical records, and more.
 

CONTACT:

To schedule an interview, please contact Jennifer Reising, [email protected], (703) 953-6964.

 



CONTACT:

Comprehensive Health Services (CHS)
Jennifer Reising, 703-953-6964
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Networks  Software  Health  Hospitals  General Health  Managed Care

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