Wireless Internet technologies have proliferated to almost all corners of the globe and they continue to evolve toward full mobile broadband capability. In the consumer market, service providers are delivering rich, collaborative, connected experiences to anyone with a smartphone or tablet. In the enterprise market, large companies have adopted new devices and technologies to enable business-changing processes. For example, with the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend, employees can use their phones or tablets on the company network.
In healthcare, mobility initiatives must strike a delicate balance of security, access and ease of use. In fast paced clinical environments, caregivers need a simple way to access data at the point of care. Mobile access to data has the power to provide caregivers with the information they need sooner and change patient outcomes for the better. IT departments, on the other hand, must adhere to healthcare’s strict regulatory environment when designing a mobility strategy. This white paper outlines best practices for designing and implementing a mobility strategy that facilitates mobile access to real-time clinical data while ensuring compliance, efficiency and productivity.
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