Here are some of the top stories in healthcare, telemedicine, and mobile health that our sister site mHealthWatch has been monitoring this past week.
Kaiser Permanente Rolls Out ‘Be Brave’ Initiative
Kaiser Permanente Southern California is bringing a brave message to the world. As detailed in an announcement this morning, The Special Olympics Athlete Oath is “Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”
New Alliance Helps Push Secure Payment Processing Devices to Healthcare Organizations
In what the partners describe as an effort to help healthcare providers comply with upcoming fraud-liability standards and protect their patients, Experian Health tells mHealthWatch that it has joined forces with AxiaMed and Ingenico Group to deliver a new solution on digital payments.
Is Text Messaging The Future of Blood Drives?
According to a new report from our sister site Mobile Marketing Watch, SMS may hold the key to boosting blood donations. Per the details shared, blood donation rates are actually on the decline in developed nations around the world. It is for this reason that the Stockholm blood service in Sweden decided to turn to modern mobile communication to let donors know the impact they are making with their donation.
New Partnership Helps Healthcare Organizations Discover Revenue
On Monday, mHealthWatch learned from our friends at Nuance that the company has just secured a partnership with Jvion, a healthcare predictive analytics company.
PokitDok’s New Software Designed For Customized Patient Care
Last week, PokitDok shared details about their new software, designed to encourage patient-centered customized care. Their new Identity Management System easily integrates with the standard EMR systems, making it easy for physicians to implement.
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