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Mobile device use tied to higher patient experience scores, survey finds

Executive Director - Thursday, April 19, 2018

  • Mobile devices are becoming ubiquitous in hospitals and having a positive impact on patient care, a new JAMF survey finds.
  • The software company, which works mostly with Apple products, surveyed 600 global healthcare IT leaders on their use of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Nine in 10 said their organizations have implemented or plan to implement a mobile device initiative.
  • Nearly all (96%) reported an increase in patient experience scores when mobile devices were deployed, with a third of those claiming major improvement.


https://www.healthcaredive.com/news/mobile-device-use-tied-to-higher-patient-experience-scores-survey-finds/521256/

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