Electronic Medical Records Market Sees Rapid Development of Wireless Domain, According to Kalorama Information17 May 2013 • by Natalie Aster
One of emerging application area in EMR, which is developing at a fast pace, is the wireless domain. Wireless technology presents immense opportunities in healthcare IT. However, its adoption in EMR is still in an infant stage. Industry experts predict that a good proportion of technologies that would emerge in the future would be in the wireless application arena.
New report "EMR 2013: The Market for Electronic Medical Records" by Kalorama Information states that increased mobility and the ability to access and transmit patient data at the point of care are the prime reasons for using wireless technology. The kinds of wireless devices that best match the clinicians’ needs and their work habits have become major factors in the decision-making process. This decision-making process is vital to the success or failure of a wireless initiative.
EMR 2013: The Market for Electronic Medical Records
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Emerging wireless technologies in combination with the medical device industry developments (intelligent devices, biosensors, novel software, etc.) demonstrate that healthcare services can be delivered to patients without any geographical limitations. The technology in medical sensors can provide easy electronic measurement of health conditions. The sensors can be stand-alone devices or composed of two or more elements connected by wireless technology. These sensors can measure vital signs, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, respiration frequency, etc., that the healthcare professionals can use to monitor the patient’s health condition, and take proper measures in case of an abnormality.
More information can be found in the report “EMR 2013: The Market for Electronic Medical Records” by Kalorama Information.
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