Liberty Homecare and Hospice was looking for nurses to fill open positions in North Carolina, so once again working with Sage Age Mature Strategies, Action Media Productions, LLC provided with Liberty with not only a Recruitment Video, but 4 Commercials, Web Video and after some additional shooting an Orientation Video for newly hired staff.
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Home Healthcare Partners is a home healthcare company that provides skilled nursing and therapy services through Medicare-certified locations in Louisiana and Texas. The Home Healthcare Partners network provides a full range of home healthcare services including skilled nursing; physical, occupational, and speech therapy; certified nurse aides; nutrition therapy; assistance with activities of daily living; medical social work; and patient and family education designed to promote recovery, independence and self-care. Compassion. Quality. Choice. Home Healthcare Partners, a network of community-based home health agencies. www.homehealthcarepartners.com
Our final project group presentation for HS352 Healthcare Information Systems. Our product incorporates different aspects of telecommunication and AVATAR wireless electrode technology to enhance physical therapy home compliance.
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Healthcare Chief Medical Information Office, Dr. Ferdinand Velasco, speaks with Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research on how doctors are embracing mobile devices and how this is changing the demand for mobile applications. Viewing electronics health records, EKGs and other charts as well as eScribing are highly desired. It also speaks to the need for a “private” medical cloud computing solutions.
www.netbooknews.com Qualcomm is working with companies like Corventis who have created Piix a Smart BandAid which provides the next-generation ambulatory cardiac monitoring service with beat-to-beat, real time analysis, automatic arrhythmia detection and wireless ECG transmission. The sensors in the bandaid can be modified to monitor a number of different tasks as they can also provide a comprehensive suite of post-symptom, looping, and auto trigger event monitors as part of its turn-key cardiac event monitoring service. Integrating Wireless into traditional medical procedures provides a new level of improved diagnostic and monitoring services. Just another quick look at what is coming up next in health care technology.
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Today’s US healthcare providers face a three-pronged deluge of demands from patients, insurance companies, and the government. To successfully address these new and evolving expectations, members of the medical sector must leverage the capabilities of new wireless technologies — or fall behind their more savvy competitors. Frost & Sullivan recently published a whitepaper, Mobile Devices and Healthcare: What’s New, What Fits, and How Do You Decide?, which examines the strengths and drawbacks of four major mobile device types — smartphones, tablets, push-to-talk communication devices, and machine-to-machine (M2M) remote medical monitoring devices. Each device category is evaluated for application in three unique environments — the hospital, physician’s office, and the patient’s home. Criteria for selecting a mobility partner are also discussed. To view Multimedia News Release, go to multivu.prnewswire.com
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Engineered for innovation. The new Verizon 4G LTE network is opening new possibilities for remote healthcare.
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Alliance Healthcare Foundation presents the Innovation in Healthcare Conference 2012 from Jacob’s Center for Neighborhood Innovation. Presented in partnership with Qualcomm, our 3rd annual conference, Community Dialogue for Innovating our Future, provides forward-thinking strategies for facilitating high-functioning collaborations for social impact. We believe that cross-sector, multi-organization partnerships are key to finding new solutions to the challenges of advancing health and wellness for those in need. Professor Gary Mangiofico of Pepperdine University will deliver the event’s keynote speech on effective community dialogue, followed by interactive workshops where participants will gain hands-on knowledge in creating new collaborative structures for social change. Qualcomm’s Erica Whinston will discuss the company’s Wireless Reach programs, specifically an exciting mobile health initiative in the Tijuana region.
Wireless applications are improving health and healthcare systems in the US Ann McGrath, Director of Leadership Summits at World Congress, says consumers demand wireless technologies that improve the delivery of care by helping them incorporate preventative and wellness lifestyles. In addition, wireless innovations have pushed the boundaries of technology’s impact on improving a patient’s quality of care while decreasing costs.
2012 Mobile Clinician Voice Challenge (Video: Business Wire) www.businesswire.com