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An easier way to reach out

The V6 is the latest model in Humanscale’s ViewPoint line of technology wall stations, which unites ergonomic comfort with space-saving design to provide easy computer access in healthcare environments. This solution can be used sitting or standing. The V6 has a track width

of less than five inches and offers a customizable track length, so it is an excellent choice for computing in tight spaces. Monitor and keyboard supports adjust to accommodate the ergonomic requirements of 95 percent of users, allowing for easy position- ing. Humanscale One-touch smartphone communications

The Vocera Connect application brings the best of Vocera one-touch communication to the iPhone and Android devices. This solution comple- ments the hands-free Vocera B3000 Communication Badge that allows hospital personnel to communicate instantly from the point of care. With Vocera Connect, care providers can use their existing device to leverage the intelligent workflow of the Vocera System when working inside or outside

a facility, over a Wi-Fi or a cellular connection. The Vocera System also integrates with existing third-party applications, such as nurse-call systems and inventory-management systems. Vocera Communications Remote consults get flexible

REACH Access is a multidisciplinary telemedi- cine clinical platform that supports virtual collaborative care and is easily configured to accommodate all medical specialties. The REACH cloud-based platform was originally developed to provide urgent care for stroke victims, delivering neurological assessment and treatment in situations where any delay could affect recovery. REACH Access extends these telemedicine benefits to other disciplines and clinical protocols. This intuitive interface includes full electronic clinical documentation functionality and support for multiparty telepresence. REACH Health HEALTH MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY October 2012 29 Remote patient monitoring service

AT&T has partnered with Valued Relationships Inc. (VRI) to deliver a remote patient monitoring service that allows for a stronger connection between patients and caregivers, resulting in a reduction of hospital readmissions. This solution allows a VRI nurse-staffed telemonitoring center to monitor patients around the clock for everything ranging from basic vital signs to chronic diseases, following standard-of-care guidelines established by physicians and healthcare providers. The service can alert care- givers when intervention is needed. This end-to-end solution is

scheduled to be available in the third quarter of 2012. AT&T; VRI

Telemedicine for the health plan market

MyHealthPlan 24/7 is a cloud-based telemedicine platform designed to support health plans in reducing costs and meeting market demand for more affordable, efficient and immediate access to quality healthcare. This solution gives payer organizations the ability to offer their members on-demand

access to their provider network or Consult A Doctor’s national network of on-call physicians. Members can access a resource- rich patient portal to research and review wellness information, schedule appointments, email a doctor or use the click-to-call function. Consult A Doctor

Monitoring services for the elderly

Independa is incorporating the 2net Platform from Qualcomm Life Inc. into its Artemis suite of telecare monitoring solutions for the elderly and their caregivers. The 2net Platform is a cloud- based service that enables the wireless transfer, storage and display of medical device data. It interconnects with almost all monitoring devices and applications, enabling end-to-end wireless connectivity that provides the device users and their caregivers a convenient, secure, standards-based way to upload and access biometric information. Devices include weight scales, blood pressure cuffs, blood glucose meters and pulse oximeters. Independa; Qualcomm Life

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