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Highly Mobile Medicine

HIGHLY MOBILE MEDICINE Greater Portability at the Point-of-Care How is Device Use Trending? Laptops predominate – but tablets and smartphones have arrived MOBILE DEVICE TYPES DEPLOYED TO CLINICIANS Laptops Tablets Smartphones 88% 79% 68% New devices will be smaller form-factor Considering or planning Looking at tablets Looking at smartphones to add new devices 85% 66% 32% Personal devices are appearing in clinical settings Reported use of IT-issued versus personal bring-your-own-devices (BYOD) IT IT Mix of IT-issued IT-issued devices Exclusively BYOD and BYOD 62% 48% 7% Home health agencies proceeding more cautiously 71% MORE LIKELY to use IT-issued devices 43% IT 53% LESS LIKELY LESS LIKELY to use tablets to use smartphones What Issues are on IT's Radar? Security is a top concern 8-8 cited patient % security as ranked it their 50% 24% second-biggest top concern concern Connection issues are the biggest complaint Slow connections Connection reliability Dropped connections Inability to connect 20.5% 17.5% 11% 8% What are the stakes? Mobile deployments are seen as essential - and central – to the organization's mission Importance of mobile deployment to the organization 68% 25% 7% Extremely important Very important Somewhat important NETMOTION WIRELESS

Highly Mobile Medicine

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NetMotion Wireless looks at the progress and impact of mobile medicine.


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