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  • Enhance Patient Experiences

    Enhance Patient Experiences

    Offer quality services that patients have never experienced before

    Provide high-quality healthcare experiences throughout the patient journey that include reduced waiting time and more accurate diagnoses. Create an environment for patient-centred treatment by adopting a seamless communication system between patients and medical staff.

    it is important for their medical providers to offer electronic capabilities1

    1Accenture, Accenture Consumer Survey on Patient Engagement (2013)
    A patient is checking in without having to fill out any forms, as a receptionist is using a computer.
    Instant Check-Ins
    Hospitals can securely store confidential patient information in the cloud, enabling receptionists to instantly bring up patient data. This enables smooth, digital check-ins that save time, increase administrative efficiency, and save on administrative operational costs.

    However, if patients prefer filling out paper forms, front desk staff can scan the submitted forms to digitize patient information.
    A doctor is using a tablet to illustrate medical examination results to a patient.
    Fast and Accurate Examinations
    Advanced medical devices allow doctors to provide patients with accurate results in minutes, reducing the need to schedule another appointment.

    Doctors can help patients understand their diagnoses more easily by using a tablet to explain and show their test results.
    A patient lying in a hospital bed is wearing a barcode bracelet that contains her medical history and information, and using a tablet to communicate with her doctor.
    Personalized Care Anytime, Anywhere
    To improve the accuracy of medical dosages, patients can be individually assigned barcodes containing patient medical history and information that medical staff can simply scan to obtain necessary patient data.

    Medical staff can also educate patients about the warning signs of a worsening condition based on their Personal Health Record (PHR), and communicate with the patients' existing care providers about how to manage patient care.
    A patient lying in a hospital bed is using a tablet to request assistance.F9:F10
    Easily Accessible Medical Assistance
    Hospitals can make it easy for patients to alert staff immediately in case of an emergency by placing bedside terminals equipped with tablets in every patient's room.

    Large screen displays make it easy for family members to check the patient's status and request for medical assistance if necessary.
    A patient is scanning her barcode bracelet at a kiosk to check out of the hospital.
    Efficient Hospital Discharges
    Hospitals can make the discharge process quicker and easier by placing kiosks equipped with mobile POS systems. Using the kiosks, patients can review their billing information and make payments, and then complete the transaction by simply having the receptionist scan the patient's barcode.

    Speeding up the payment process can improve the management of patient flow.
  • Improve the Quality of Patient Care

    Improve the Quality of Patient Care

    Eliminate errors and increase accuracy

    Adopt a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis to improve diagnostic accuracy. Minimise unnecessary patient movement by maximising the use of mobile medical equipment that can be used inside and outside of the hospital. Minimise medical errors by using high-quality medical equipment.

    that use of EMR and HIE reduced medical errors1

    1Accenture, Accenture Doctor Survey (2013)
    A doctor is using a tablet to share diagnosis information to her colleague.
    More Efficient Patient Care
    Mobile devices allow physicians to view medical records anytime, anywhere, and enable them to provide patients with accurate visual information on their status. Scheduling and communications are made simple, and with easy access to medical references, physicians can contribute to a better care environment every day.

    Doctors can also use tablets to share diagnosis information such as vital signs, test results, and treatment options with their patients.
    Doctors are having a group meeting while looking at a large screen that is displaying CT and ultrasound images.
    Integrated Patient Care
    Doctors can easily transfer high-quality images and video from HME equipment to other display devices, all while maintaining every image detail. While large displays allow for effective group meetings, smaller displays can be easily held, allowing doctors to quickly and conveniently review and share imaging charts and treatment plans.

    Being able to share high-quality visuals is especially helpful for patient-centered communication and when implementing a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis.
    A doctor is receiving a photo message of a patient’s injury.
    Seamless & Secure Staff Communication
    When patients require an emergency diagnosis, a nurse can send a photo of the patient’s injury to the doctor using a secure mobile messaging app. Group messaging also enables all medical staff to always be up-to-date, all in a safe communication environment.

    Fast and direct information sharing minimizes the likelihood of medical errors while increasing accuracy of care.
    A doctor is receiving a photo message of a patient’s injury.
    Immediate Care on the Spot
    Doctors can quickly ascertain the gravity of sudden injuries—torn tendons, broken bones, ruptured ACL, or OCD lesions—and what treatment needs to occur by using a portable ultrasound machine at the moment and location of the injury.

    Rapid diagnosis and triage of seriously injured patients is critical in field operations.
    An EMT is at the back of an ambulance holding a patient's hand who is lying on a stretcher.
    Treatment on the Move
    In moving ambulances and emergencies, medical staff can perform tests on patients quickly and easily using in-vitro diagnosis equipment.

    If there is a patient with heart disease suffering from chest pains, medical staff can perform blood tests using an IVD and quickly send the test results to the hospital via mobile device so that doctors and nurses are fully ready to perform the appropriate procedures as soon as the patient arrives.
    A physician is using a portable ultrasound machine on a patient's arm.
    Saving Time & Reducing Patient Pain
    Emergency and intensive care physicians can assess their patients within their own departments rather than waiting to transport the patient to and from the imaging department, saving time and improving patient management.

    For patients with time-sensitive problems or patients who are experiencing harsh pains, doctors can utilize portable ultrasound machines to make quick diagnoses.
    A doctor and pregnant patient are looking at an HME device's screen.
    More Accurate Diagnoses
    The superior performance of Samsung HME equipment can increase diagnostic confidence. Radiologists can acquire more accurate imaging data at a faster speed, leading to a more productive medical environment.

    Samsung’s innovative medical equipment not only provide fast, easy and accurate diagnoses, but also improve the way that patients receive medical services.
  • Deliver Connected Care

    Deliver Connected Care

    Provide consistent healthcare by monitoring patient health anytime, anywhere

    Improve the quality of medical and healthcare monitoring of patients by implementing a real-time monitoring system. Motivate patients to maintain their treatment regimen and care at home by providing medical education and mobile monitoring devices. Collaborate with patients and families to develop and implement effective, sustained delivery of patient- and family-centered care.

    mobile health apps can improve patient health1

    1eClinicalWorks, Online Survey on Mobile Health Apps (2013)
    A patient is at home checking her exercise, bio, and physiology information using a tablet.
    Monitoring Patient Health at Home
    Connected care and enhanced self-care allow individuals to manage their health at home. Using mobile devices and wearable devices, patients can monitor their status—exercise information, bio information, physiology information, and food intake. Patients can share their health data with their physician and receive real-time feedback.

    This helps to motivate patients to keep up with their physical therapy, as medical staff are able to check whether exercises are being performed properly and how frequently they are being performed.
    A doctor is using a tablet to analyze a patient's health status.
    Integrated Care for Timely Responses
    Medical staff can view analyzed biometric data—such as weight, blood pressure, blood glucose and temperature—on mobile devices. They can also monitor movement and activity and remind patients of appointments and medication times. Giving patient caregivers access to this information ensures patient safety and allows for a timely response, even when unexpected events occur.
    An elderly man is spending time with his grandson at home.
    Empowering Patients with Self-Care
    Hospitals can motivate patients with disabilities and older patients with chronic diseases to maintain their medical regimens at home by adding a few steps to the discharging process. Before patients leave the hospital, medical staff can provide them with medical education and mobile monitoring devices that enable them to self-monitor at home.

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