iPatientCare Showcased Wide Range of Innovative Healthcare IT Solutions, Ranging from Google Glass App to Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certified and ICD-10 Ready EHR and Integrated Practice Management and Patient Engagement Suite at HiMSS14.
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud-based ambulatory EHR and integrated Practice Management solutions successfully launched innovative technology Google Glass App named “miGlass” to improve the Medication Adherence and the Level of Patient Engagement at HiMSS14 Annual Conference & Exhibition in Orlando last week.
The HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition breaks new ground each year showcasing the value of health IT with leading-edge clinical, education, exhibition, networking, special events and more. The conference features the largest and most extensive technical exhibition and the strongest networking opportunities in the health IT industry. Over 35,000 people attended the 2014 HIMSS Conference in Orlando. This year’s HiMSS focused on clinical & business intelligence, ICD-10, interoperability, meaningful use, mobile health, patient engagement and the value of health IT.
“iPatientCare aims to pave the way towards improved patient engagement and medication adherence by creating a healthcare system that thrives on constant improvements and utilization of latest technology changes,” said Shripal Shah Senior Technology Officer, iPatientCare.
He added further, “iPatientCare Google Glass App named “miGlass”, proved to be an eye catching solution on the exhibition floor. A large number of conference attendees were attracted to our booth for having a look at the “miGlass”. They were thrilled to experience the real time voice, video, and image capable wearable technology.”
“Increasing patient engagement involves cultural and system changes, and hence, extending healthcare IT innovations to wearable technology is very logical. The volume of visitors and their interest in both, namely, miGlass and Secure Messaging Solution vindicated iPatientCare’s vision of “better outcomes, reduced costs, meaningfully”,” commented Vipul Patel, Senior Technology Officer, iPatientCare.