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CASE STUDY: Health System Seeks Better Way to Use Portable Ultrasound Device

CASE STUDY: Health System Seeks Better Way to Use Portable Ultrasound Device

The Philips Lumify is a portable ultrasound device with multiple transducers that enables users to simply download a mobile application onto a smart device, plug in the transducer, and go. This technology’s extreme mobility and ease of use provides healthcare professionals more ways to treat patien…

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Tablets in Healthcare

Tablets in Healthcare

The ability to gather and access information with the touch of a fingertip, and carry it around wherever you go, is invaluable for those working in healthcare. It is for this reason that the healthcare industry has long dreamed of ways to harness the features of tablets and mobile devices. As this …

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Fulfilling a Clinical Need: A Medical-Grade Support Arm for a Tablet

Fulfilling a Clinical Need: A Medical-Grade Support Arm for a Tablet

Since GCX’s foray into patient engagement projects officially launched some three years ago, we’ve been listening to how we can best help our customers fulfill a growing need with our mounting solutions. Tablets, such as the iPad, are now the device of choice due to compatibility, cost and general …

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Exploring a Higher Level of Patient Experience

Exploring a Higher Level of Patient Experience

In a Richmond, Va., hospital’s ICU, tetraplegics unable to move by themselves are communicating and staying connected to the outside world by controlling an overhead laptop’s cursor using their eye instead of a mouse. Elsewhere, a new mother is opening up a web portal on a tablet to watch her newb…

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Tablets at the Bedside: Protecting the Devices

Generally speaking, hospitalized patients can have difficulty using a tablet device because (a) they may be unable to a grip the device securely; (b) they can’t position it for comfortable viewing from a bed or chair; or © they may drop it on the floor, causing damage. Freestanding devices also…

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Putting More Information and Control in the Patient’s Hands

Not long ago, one of our customers asked this question: What could we do within a patient’s room to make it easier to use a tablet or other portable electronic device? Could we repurpose an over-bed table so we can avoid another awkward cart or big arm in the room? So, we set to work putting togeth…

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