Healthcare mobile technology is ever-evolving and home healthcare agencies don’t always adapt. Point of care printing tackles many problems that agencies face.
with the right technology, including mobile printers, agencies can still positively impact their bottom line
Home Healthcare Agencies Can Deploy Mobile Technology to Serve Patients Effectively with Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS)
For homecare agencies in today’s uncertain times, HaaS procurement model can pave the way for…
For home healthcare clinicians, administrative tasks like producing and printing patient information can be tedious and can distract from the most important focus – the patient.
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Between juggling personalized patient care, compliance standards, and multiple visits per day, they have to find ways to make the most of their time.
Learn more about how on-demand mobile printing can improve patient safety and care and save home health agencies significant time and resources.
Starting next year, earning 5-star status through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Star Rating system may offer…
IT Manager at VNA Hospice & Palliative Care of Southern California (VNA SoCal) offers insight as to why he chose Brother PocketJet mobile printers…
Just over a year ago, I wrote about how mobile technology was helping home healthcare providers improve operational efficiencies and boost clinician productivity. I was especially excited to share how advances in mobile printing technology were making a dramatic difference for busy clinicians who seem to be always on the move.
It's not just a tagline. It's our mission. By David Crist, President, Brother Mobile Solutions In...
[CASE STUDY] Nightingale Homecare Uses Mobile Printers to Help Improve Productivity and Patient Care
As a top-rated, Medicare-certified agency, Nightingale Homecare has found smart ways of adapting to industry changes and patient needs for more than 20 years.