Healthcare Fact Sheet

  • Friday, 30 October 2015 00:00
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In line with most developed nations, the number of Australians over 65 has tripled in the last 50 years and is set to continue its growth as the dominant population segment, placing increased pressure on health systems for years to come.

So maximising operating efficiency, automating manual processes to save time, improve accuracy in reporting and providing instant access to information - should be on every Healthcare provider’s radar, to utilise limited and vital funds to their greatest potential.

Accordingly there’s little doubt that mobile and other emerging technologies are set to play a dominant role in meeting such demands. So while it’s OK to start small, its most important to begin the journey both technically and culturally.

With the power to dramatically transform traditional work practices, Healthcare providers are using BlinkMobile to work more efficiently within tightening budget pressures and increasing client and regulatory demands.

Healthcare mobility solutions are delivering sizeable time savings by streamlining activities and removing duplication of effort. At the same time these industry leaders gain from more accurate, realtime information for both clinical and administration staff. Delivering competitive advantage in an industry often crippled by paperwork, reporting standards and compliances.

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