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As consumerism, smart devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) proliferate, there is enormous room for ingenuity and improvement in healthcare. However, HIPPA compliance, cost pressures, security and the unique needs of a mobile healthcare workforce presents what can seem like insurmountable challenges.
Vox Mobile has been on the forefront of helping market leaders take advantage of mobility in healthcare. From enabling mobility to speeding drug trials, enabling BYOD and secure messaging, to improving in-office patient visits and the continuum of care, to provisioning home health providers at the point of care and inventory management, Vox Mobile is able to help. We develop comprehensive mobility strategies, make technology recommendations, manage large device deployments, provide IT infrastructure and end-user support services.
Vox Mobile helps healthcare organizations harness the power of mobility to address challenges found all along the entire healthcare continuum, enhance quality of care and set our clients apart in the marketplace by closing the gap between mobility vision and breakthrough innovation.
Your organization can benefit too. Learn more about Vox Mobile’s tier 1 mobility support can improve employee engagement and bottom line.
Due to the size and velocity of operations at this large health system, the organization ruled out BYOD due to the fact that the variability of devices would make it extremely difficult to manage compliance and security needs. As they decided to standardize all their clinicians on a single mobile platform, the healthcare leader faced the challenge of deploying 7,000 devices in the three month window the carrier granted them to upgrade.
Global pharmaceutical business operations are complicated and highly regulated. This global pharmaceutical company constantly invests in improving and expanding its use of mobile technologies, but wanted to limit the impact mobile initiatives would have on the IT headcount and telecom costs. However, with a distributed workforce and a diverse set of operations and regulatory requirements, the company would require deep technical expertise, operational experience, and the tactical capacity to respond to its rapidly changing global environment.
The multinational pharmaceutical company found it impossible to maintain mobile cost optimization with so much variability in carrier plans. The company was searching for a way to efficiently keep up with analyzing constant changes in carrier plans and assessing the company’s mobile use to eliminate unnecessary costs.
This home healthcare provider had an extraordinary opportunity to improve patient care in a highly efficient manner if it was able to deploy and support its care providers with mobile devices and applications. The company needed to ensure that it could support the continuum of care for its home service delivery.
The large hospital group had the need to provide its doctors, nurses and employees with access to sensitive information via mobile devices. The significant hurdles the organization faced was to ensure HIPAA compliance while providing ease of use to help deliver on enhancing patient engagement and meaningful use at the same time.
Since the pandemic, healthcare organizations—that once shied away from allowing BYOD in their facilities—have embraced the mobile technology. Though some are still struggling to figure out how to ensure they meet stringent requirements and restrictions when it comes to privacy and security.