Healthcare assessment tool — how connected is your facility?
Are administrative demands and complex processes preventing your hospital staff from giving your patients the safest and most effective care?
The global healthcare industry is facing an insurmountable number of challenges — from ageing populations and staff shortages to rising costs — placing enormous pressure on institutions, doctors, workers, patients and communities. These challenges are only growing in the face of the escalating COVID-19 pandemic.
To counteract this, healthcare decision-makers are investing in technology such as mobile computers and RFID scanners, which play a key role in reducing the strain on an already fragile system. Most importantly, these technologies enable healthcare professionals to spend more time where it matters — with their patients.
Ensuring the right patient receives the right care at the right time is critical, especially with our healthcare systems running overtime.
Having a strong connection between your staff, your patients, and their data, will result in more accuracy, better care for patients and better overall outcomes for your hospital. But this can only be achieved by deploying a robust and reliable network of mobile devices. Nurse managers have reported that mobile technology reduces preventable medical errors and patient care issues related to communication breakdown by 46%.
Zebra is at the forefront of innovating the latest technology solutions in healthcare — from patient identity to mobile healthcare and real-time intelligence — empowering clinical staff with a performance edge to deliver the best patient care.
Zebra Technologies has developed an assessment tool to uncover whether your current patient care processes and tools are keeping your facility and staff connected enough.
Complete the assessment now to find out how your technology compares to the leading healthcare organisations, and receive instant results and access to helpful whitepapers and case studies.
Click here to take the assessment.
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