Empowering patient-centered healthcare
Every day healthcare organizations face a myriad of challenges in sharing and accessing information. Physicians need quick and high quality access to patient records. Administrators seek to keep costs under control while managing regulatory compliance. All too often, information system barriers bog down workflows and limit the full potential of the organization.
Dell Mobile Clinical Computing powered by Citrix helps healthcare organizations modernize their IT systems by providing centralized control of all data while enabling user flexibility. By enabling a digital identity with client virtualization, clinicians and other healthcare personnel get uninterrupted, secure and instant access to information, such as patient records and treatment information, no matter where they are or what device they are using. This flexibility of location, along with the follow-me printing capability, enables physicians and care workers to be on the move, taking care of patients in a variety of locations. With quick access to information, administrators are also able to get everything they need to meet compliance regulations and requirements such as Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
By simplifying user applications, upgrades and overall data management, Dell Mobile Clinical Computing powered by Citrix makes life easier for the IT department, so they can focus less on maintenance and more on innovation. In addition, patient information is secure because it’s stored in the datacenter, not on an endpoint device. This reduces the risk of lost or stolen data while providing flexible access for authorized personnel.
With quick and flexible access to electronic medical records, clinicians are able to expand their reach and capabilities that improve efficiency and patient care.
Learn how Citrix and Dell are working together to deliver solutions to healthcare organizations in this webinar. Also, learn about the total economic impact and potential value of the MCC solution based on Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare’s implementation in this white paper from Forrester Research.