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Survey Results: The Evolution of Mobile Strategies in Healthcare

Hospital leaders will not be surprised that mobility strategies are gaining momentum in hospitals around the country. However, our annual survey did reveal two large opportunities many of these mobile plans have missed: increased strategic alignment and more clinical involvement in the development process. Part 1 of this two-part eBrief series reveals the composition of planning teams, to what degree hospitals include strategic business and clinical goals in the development process, how mobile policies are enforced, and whether these plans are reviewed for success.

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Closing Keynote: The Value of Virtual Care
Mercy Virtual, described as the nation’s first hospital without patients, sits at the center of a growing telemedicine network, linking Mercy with distant providers like Penn State Health and the University of North Carolina Health System. In his keynote, Dr. Moore will discuss Mercy Virtual’s progress in creating telemedicine networks and explain how these services meet value-based care goals for both Mercy Virtual and its partner health systems.

Randall S. Moore, MD, MBA, President, Mercy Virtual

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Using Enterprise Mobility Management to Support Clinician Mobility

Healthcare organizations operating in a value-based care environment have identified integration as key need. Today’s integrated health systems span the entire care continuum to link inpatient and outpatient services with long-term post-acute care and home health. No matter the site of service, clinicians and care providers demand convenient tools for accessing and using health data to coordinate and deliver high-quality care to each patient.

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Mobile Health App for Bipolar Patients Wins RWJF Mood Challenge

The mobile health app, BiAffect, helps healthcare providers and their patients identify manic and depressive episodes in people with bipolar disorder by analyzing how that person uses a smartphone. Full Story

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Virtualized Mobility in Healthcare: Secure HIPAA Compliant Access to Any App

Healthcare organizations have the seemingly insurmountable challenge of providing a secure mobile solution that works for all their stakeholder groups (IT, employees and affiliates). Traditional mobility approaches have failed and don’t provide a solution that simultaneously fulfills security needs while enabling mobile access without causing privacy and usability concerns with their end users.

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Mental Health Data Security Critical in HIPAA Compliance
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Mental healthcare is becoming an increasingly critical national issue. Covered entities and business associates that specialize in mental health are required to adhere to HIPAA regulations for maintaining, transferring, or sharing mental health data. Full Story

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Telehealth Partnerships Focus on Innovative ROI in Upstate NY

The North Country Telehealth Partnership, presenting at next week's Northeast Telehealth Resource Center conference in Amherst, Mass., looks for innovative ways to meet healthcare providers' telehealth and telemedicine needs. Full Story

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SPOK’s Fifth Annual Mobility Strategies in Healthcare Survey: Results Revealed

Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux. Now in its fifth year, Spok’s annual Mobility in Healthcare Survey is starting to reveal some longer-term trends in addition to annual snapshots. In July 2016, more than 550 healthcare professionals participated in our survey to reveal the current state of mobility strategies in healthcare.

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mHealth Apps Aid Remote Monitoring of Elderly Patients

mHealth apps designed at the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) may soon provide remote monitoring solutions that can provide better care choices for treating elderly patients. Using a smartphone secured to the patient with a chest strap, the software uses CDC standardized tests for mobility and is able to record movement data that is uploaded to an elderly patient’s EHR. Full Story

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Telehealth Program Brings Video Consults to Rural NY Schools

Bassett Healthcare now has the resources and infrastructure to offer video-based telehealth consults to rural New York schoolchildren. Full Story

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