Health Information Technology Trends
Digital health tools are very important in healthcare as they have a huge potential to improve getting an accurate diagnosis and enhance quality healthcare deliveries for individuals. Healthcare technology ranges from the procedure, devices, and systems to medications and vaccines, which helps deliver high-quality care and at the same time reduces the cost for patients and hospitals. The technology mostly used in healthcare includes organizational, supportive, therapeutic, preventive information, and rehabilitative solutions that improve healthcare provide capabilities and patient access. Despite all the benefits of technology, challenges are faced like cyber security, healthcare data interoperability, and bling and claim processing (Alloghani, et.al, 2018). Digital health technologies are known to use software, computing platform sensors for health and connectivity. One of the leading healthcare technologies used is iMobile .iMobile application enables the staff, especially the nurses, to improve patient care and coordinate by sharing important patient information through mobile platforms.
The application of iMobile is also known to connect clinical staff and provides across the organization through secure wireless technology. Through the unification of the tool connects in relevant and meaningful ways for the care of the patients. IMobile has shown a lot of promising changes in nursing that will improve the health of both patients and the staff. For instance, the rehab coordination process used to take 45 minutes, but through mobile use, the process nowtakes five minutes(Kim, & Park,2019). In addition, communication is also made easy, mainly in a team as with one broadcast message, and the team will receive the information needed. The nurses need to ensure that the patient has retaken care of and to accomplish all this, and they need to spend most of their time fulfilling all their calling through the support if technology. IMobile has been able to transform the nursing practice by enabling the healthcare provides to deliver high and safer quality care to the patients and spend most of their time doing what they want that is caring for the patients.
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Kim, J. H., & Park, H. (2019). Effects of smartphone-based mobile learning in nursing education: A systematic review and meta-analysis. nursing research, 13(1), 20-29.