Technology can improve the patient experience

October 12, 2015

Healthcare facilities that embrace technological trends can create more appealing patient environments, according to an article on the Tork Better Business website.

Something as simple as providing complimentary Wi-Fi in healthcare facilities allows patients to keep their relatives and places of work informed of their condition, the article said.

Ways tech can improve patient experiences in a healthcare facility include:

• Equip patients with technology that empowers their safety and advocacy

• Improve a patient’s environment with intelligent washrooms

• Arm nurses with mobile devices that enhance a patient’s quality of care

Read the article.



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