Vodafone UK Pioneers A New Way Of Working For Healthcare Professionals
05 July 2011
External Link: www.vodafone.co.uk
Today’s launch of Vodafone mHealth Professional signals a change in the way healthcare professionals work, offering a step toward the future of healthcare delivery.
At a time when the NHS is under increased pressure to drive efficiencies and find savings of £20 billion over the next four years, Vodafone UK is using its expertise in mobile technology to support the healthcare sector, helping to deliver improved patient care more efficiently.
mHealth Professional is a suite of cost-effective, mobile and flexible working tools, services and applications. It includes features such as access to patient records from smartphones, secure remote access to information and systems, tools to monitor an employee’s location and respond to threats to their safety when they are away from the office or hospital and the innovative digital pen to electronically record and store handwritten information.
The suite of tools can be tailored to any healthcare specialism so that regardless of function, every healthcare worker can have the perfect blend of tools to do their job.
Healthcare organisations will see benefits such as less paperwork, secure access to patient data and the ability to update patient records on the move, greater efficiencies of time and resources and the peace of mind that healthcare workers can work safely from wherever they need to. Crucially, with mHealth Professional healthcare workers will be able to spend more time with patients and see more patients during a working day.
Peter Kelly, Enterprise Director of Vodafone UK said: “The drive towards delivering care to patients within their homes means innovative mobile technologies that allow healthcare professionals to work easily and effectively in local communities are vital.
“Our mHealth Professional healthcare-specific and mobile working solutions support a genuine and very real need in the healthcare sector. Healthcare workers who use this cost-effective technology can be highly productive and most importantly are able to make better-informed decisions at the point of care.”
Find out more about Vodafone mHealth Professional at vodafone.co.uk/health.
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