Mobile devices and technology have allowed clinicians to gather patient data at the point-of-care, access vital information on the go, and untether from traditional wired health IT infrastructures. One hidden benefit of mobile capability is how doctors can gain access to data which analyzes their own performances.
In the video above, Jeff Zavaleta, MD, chief medical officer at Graphium Health and a practicing anesthesiologist in Dallas, shares his insight on how mobile devices offer a new opportunity for practitioners to self-evaluate, answer the question, “how did you do this week?,” and see key performance indicators such as their average patient recovery times and on-time appointment starts.
Watch the short video and let us know what questions you have about the future of mobile health IT and where you think it’s headed. How are you using mobile technology to improve your practice?
Also, be on the lookout for new blogs from Dr. Zavaleta, who will be a guest contributor to the Intel Health & Life Sciences Community.