Partners TigerText, ReadyDock and Hypersign join Samsung to meet today’s healthcare needs
At the HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida, Samsung Electronics America, Inc. will unveil the latest innovations and solutions that leverage digital health technologies to improve patient care. Between February 20th and 22nd at booth #3673, Samsung and its partners will demonstrate the latest in-home, in-hospital and in-health solutions that enhance the patient experience, improve clinical outcomes and increase workflow efficiencies for healthcare professionals.
“Through leading research, proven best practices and the latest digital health offerings, we are working with world-class partners to make a real difference in improving the lives of patients and making care more efficient.”
As hospitals, doctors and patients increasingly turn to digital solutions to meet their growing healthcare needs, Samsung is leveraging its robust enterprise ecosystem – including IoT, sensors, intuitive mobile devices and more, to meet the needs of hospital clinicians, homecare providers, family caretakers and patients.
“Right now, the healthcare industry faces profound challenges, and there is a pressing need to identify solutions and approaches that will curb the rising cost of healthcare, increase access to care, and improve the quality of care and patient experience,” says Dr. David Rhew, Samsung’s chief medical officer and head of healthcare and fitness. “Through leading research, proven best practices and the latest digital health offerings, we are working with world-class partners to make a real difference in improving the lives of patients and making care more efficient.”
Samsung is collaborating with leading healthcare companies to deliver innovative solutions that will be on display at HIMSS. The solutions featured in the booth will include:
- TigerText: Enables comprehensive clinical communication between care teams through real-time messaging and role-based communication, leveraging Samsung’s Galaxy mobile ecosystem. “Available on Samsung mobile devices, our innovative TigerText platform connects clinical care teams through real-time messaging and alerts, leading to greater collaboration, improved productivity, and higher patient satisfaction. Brand new features like dynamic calendaring and role-based communication are being implemented to meet the needs of clinicians as they increasingly rely on our mobile-based solution,” said Brad Brooks, chief executive officer, TigerText.
- ReadyDock: Double Disinfect: A tablet docking solution, secured through Samsung’s defense-grade software solution Knox, ensures patient data is completely wiped from mobile devices after every use. Along with UV disinfection, ReadyDock drastically reduces the time required for nurses and IT staff to turn over devices in the hospital. “Between safeguarding a patient’s medical history and improving their health outcomes, hospitals have unique data security and information management needs.Our solution assures patients and providers alike that mobile devices in the hospital are properly disinfected between uses and that sensitive personal data is secure,” said David Engelhardt, president and founder, ReadyDock.
- Hypersign: Digital Signage Solutions at Bon Seacours:Digital signage solutions are revolutionizing wayfinding in hospitals, which often can feel like a maze of hallways and elevator banks that make the experience of seeing a doctor or visiting a loved one more stressful than it needs to be. Bon Secours St. Francis Health System recently deployed Samsung and Hypersign’s state of the art displays. “Since deploying Samsung digital displays throughout our facility, we’ve drastically improved the in-hospital experience for patients and their families, while removing many germ prone “high-touch surfaces”, like table-tent fliers and brochures. With this new system we can disseminate information much more effectively, recently doubling participation in our blood drive. These investments will enable us to continue to offer one of the best patient experiences in the communities we serve,” said Janice Peele, communications coordinator, Bon Secours St. Francis.
Also on display in the Samsung booth will be Gear VR, Samsung’s industry leading virtual reality headset. Virtual reality delivers immersive, multi-sensory experiences that have the potential to benefit diverse sets of patients in various healthcare settings. VR technology is already being used today to provide a drug-free, calming experience that can reduce pain, alleviate anxiety and ease stress.
Medtronic’s MiniMed Connect application provides diabetes patients with discreet, real-time access to continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) data through an easy to use smartphone application, whitelisted for select Samsung devices, including the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S7 and S7 Edge. MiniMed Connect also allows real-time access to CGM data via text message or any internet-connected mobile device or PC, enabling loved-ones or care partners to more effectively monitor patients.
For more information on Samsung’s Healthcare products and solutions, please visit http://www.samsung.com/us/business/by-industry/healthcare.