Like all other industries, using electric devices brought revolution in the healthcare industry. That allowed doctors and caregivers to move forward. But the change in healthcare industries did not stop there. This industry is still in the midst of a transformative change. Currently, it is being reformed through initiatives focused on improving patient engagement, linking provider reimbursement to quality measures and adopting electronic medical records. One of the key drivers of these changes is the proliferation of Point of Care (POC) technologies that improve outcomes and accountability.Nowadays, POC is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing aspects of the healthcare industry. According to a recent research, POC is increasing by at least 10−12 % per year, in some areas the rate is 30% per year.
Impact of Point of Care Solutions on Patient Engagement
The University of Connecticut (UConn) Health Sciences Library conducted a research providing diabetics patients with tablet computers at the Point of Care. One of the main goals of that project was to assess patient satisfaction. Researchers asked patients who agreed touse the tablet to answer a seven-question patient satisfaction survey. They have found that the use of digital systems through tablets was a very positive experience. Using tablets at the point of care were easy for their patients to use and it increased patient engagement.
How effective is Wambi as a point of care solution?
In the Point of Care solution market, Wambi is the unique most addition. Wambis executive team brings a collective experience of over 55 years in healthcare and 30 years in technology. By combining all these experiences they have created Wambi to emphasize the incredible impact that caregivers' compassion can play within the patient recovery process. Unlike other solutions, Wambi doesn't just focus on one aspect of healthcare. It integrates the voices of patients, families, caregivers, and administrators into a seamless positive feedback loop will successfully bring compassion back to the forefront of healthcare. You can say, It's a complete package to promote compassionate healthcare.