The Role of Intelligent Systems in Continuity of Healthcare

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The Role of Intelligent Systems in Continuity of Healthcare

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As we’ve seen in previous posts, Intelligent Systems touch every industry whether it be banking, retail, manufacturing, or healthcare. Today’s post showcases continuity of care and how Intelligent Systems can have a positive impact. Authored and presented by a member of The Embedded Ninja clan, Ben Smith shares his thoughts and some wonderful resources. Enjoy!

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Continuity of care is the process by which the patient and the physician are cooperatively involved in ongoing health care management toward the goal of high quality, cost-effective medical care.  It is facilitated by a physician-led, team-based approach to health care which crosses disciplinary and organizational boundaries for the purpose of improved healthcare through better communication.

Healthcare organizations and patients are discovering the value of intelligent systems, where data flows across a connected, collaborative infrastructure. Insight can be gained and acted upon throughout these systems whether it’s a front-line device connected to a private or public cloud architecture.  Distributed medical providers need secure, technology-aided collaboration, not only to keep data moving but to connect to remote specialists or locations. Windows Embedded helps streamline information flow throughout the entire organization and security safeguards help protect sensitive data.

Windows Embedded Healthcare Solutions Datasheet and Case Study

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