iPatientCare miGlass Along with Patient Portal and mHealth Product Suite Helps Engage Healthcare Consumers
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, Integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal Solutions announced its Wearable Technology App miGlass for Google Glass Improves Clinician-Patient Interaction and Proves to be the Pertinence of Google Glass in Healthcare.
Google”s new wearable mobile technology, Google Glass, is making its first inroads into healthcare settings, signaling what could be the dawning of a new age of wearable computers that will spell major productivity improvements. iPatientCare a leading ambulatory care market EHR vendor has deployed a native wearable technology app for Google Glass aimed to improve clinician-patient interaction by making it remarkably simple for physicians to adopt and use within their organizations.
“It projects a tiny screen in the upper corner of the eye, where information like lab and radiology reports can be displayed. With inbuilt camera it has the capability of recording the video and capture photographs on real time basis,” said Shripal Shah, Senior Technology officer, iPatientCare.
Further highlighting the key features of the miGlass App, he stated, “Physicians can utilize the closed-loop miGlass App to remind patients of the diagnostics tests getting due, visiting their offices for periodic checkups, and push relevant educational material to stay compliant to the care plan. The ease of use on both ends, namely, the Glass and the EHR, make the difference.”
John Bartley, MD, Chief Medical Director, iPatientCare commented, “The introduction of miGlass into healthcare opens the door to incredible possibilities for the ultimate experience in clinician-patient interaction. The ways Glass will be used in medicine will only be limited by our imaginations. It is an incredible project and we are proud to once again lead the industry by offering innovative technology that empowers our customers to provide better care.”