Assess the patient care technology’s impact
Patients care technologies can impact desired outcomes by reducing costs, improving quality and safety, as well as increasing patient satisfaction. Automated medical records can be used to reduce errors in data entry and provide faster access for patient information. This eliminates delays that could occur during treatment or diagnosis, thus decreasing overall costs.
Additionally, certain mobile applications or telehealth solutions facilitate remote monitoring capabilities enabling healthcare professionals quickly respond any changes health status that may occur at home – resulting better clinical interventions/decisions being made in more timely manner .
And lastly new technologies such as electronic health records (EHRs) provide greater transparency into care processes – allowing for real-time feedback between providers leading higher rates client compliance due increased engagement which ultimately contributes positive long-term outcomes from standpoint both patients and staff alike.