Virtual mobility solutions have revolutionized the way healthcare services are delivered. The rise in healthcare consumerism has led to the rapid adoption of new technologies and mobile devices in telehealth.

Today, healthcare organizations compete fiercely and rely heavily on virtual mobile device solutions to beat their rivals. Here are five ways hospitals can stay ahead of the competition by leveraging the power of mobile healthcare.

1. Cell Phone Use in Healthcare Settings

Mobile device use has become mainstream. It’s no longer a question of whether companies should use smartphones and other mobile solutions to streamline their businesses. Instead, organizations must figure out how to allow staff to use personal mobile devices at work. Another more costly and administratively complex for the organization, and less popular option with employees, is to provide company-issued equipment.

Many healthcare companies recognize the benefits Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs offer. Some of the top advantages of a BYOD approach include lower costs, improved efficiency, and employee morale boosts. Integrating cell phones into clinics’ and hospitals’ daily operations under a BYOD program offers a simple way to enhance care quality and productivity.

2. Data Security

Despite the benefits of BYOD programs, some remain concerned about privacy, compliance, and data security. While there are various virtual mobility solutions providers, not all are the same. Providers using a multi-tiered approach to decrease cyberattack risks offer a much safer and more secure way for companies to enjoy the benefits of virtual mobility.

3. Apps for Healthcare Professionals and Patients

There are many health apps for patients and physicians that address some of the most significant healthcare system shortfalls.

Ensuring proper continuum of care to patients, especially when discharged from hospitals, has long been a challenge and an area of opportunity. In the past, hospitals and discharge planners had minimal tools to help patients adhere to medication protocols and to monitor health status.

Today, patients can get personalized support with helpful healthcare mobile device apps. Empowering patients to manage their health can have a massive impact on patient outcomes.

4. BYOD Adaptability and Implementation

In the past, with tablets and other mobile devices, doctors used them to take notes and safely access patient records during exams. BYOD practices now have a more overall objective, along with mobile technology’s increased use to support physicians and healthcare teams, to provide improved services.

Based on the numerous benefits, BYOD programs rapidly became popular in healthcare applications. Virtual mobility solutions that allow staff to use mobile devices while keeping personal and corporate data completely separate offer a high degree of adaptability and quick and easy implementation.

5. Ease of Patient and Provider Access

Technology plays a crucial role in creating a better healthcare experience. Telemedicine platforms remove patient-provider barriers in traditional settings. Telehealth allows physicians and patients to meet online, eliminating the need for many in-person office visits.

Mobile health apps and remote monitoring solutions also greatly enhance patient care quality. Such apps expand physicians’ abilities to support patients and monitor health conditions. Mobile technology has also improved access to real-time data, which is essential to making timely and sound treatment decisions.

Conclusion

Healthcare organizations maintain a competitive edge by providing consistent, high-quality care. The implementation of BYOD practices is a proven way to improve efficiency and healthcare quality. Doctors’ offices and hospitals are quickly progressing towards adopting an entirely digitized healthcare environment, paving the way to a more patient-centered model.

Virtual mobility solutions like Hypori® solve some of the most significant challenges hospitals face during a BYOD program transition.

Hypori Virtual Mobility delivers a HIPPA compliant, highly secure, intuitive, admin-friendly solution that providers willingly use, and organizations can trust. All sensitive data resides in a company-owned data center and never on a mobile device. By virtualizing the mobile device Hypori maintains 100% separation of the mobile device and organization data allowing providers to enjoy secure BYOD.

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