Study: Smartphones help curb costs, workforce shortages

05/14/2010 | Healthcare IT News

A new study found that outdated communications systems in hospitals can result in wasted money, reduced efficiency and workforce shortages, issues that can be addressed by leveraging smartphones. "Mobile health care applications allow physicians and nurses easy access to medical information, bringing faster, more informed decision-making to the point of care," the study released by Voalté said.

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