Mobile Patient Dashboard Delivers Wireless Healthcare

22nd May 2008

Vaultus Mobile Technologies has partnered with Covisint to develop a new Mobile Patient Dashboard. This new solution, built on the Vaultus Platform, expands Covisint’s on-demand technology by enabling physicians and providers to have anytime/anywhere mobile access to critical healthcare information, delivering improved patient care.

“Covisint is committed to providing caregivers with the information they need to enable the best patient care,” said Brett Furst, healthcare vice president for Covisint. “With Covisint’s on-demand platform on mobile devices using Vaultus technology, doctors now have instant, unobtrusive access to the patient data they need—anytime and anywhere. Security, ease of use and performance were critical requirements when building the Mobile Patient Dashboard solution, and Vaultus addresses these needs.”

Leading healthcare organizations and communities across the nation leverage Covisint’s on-demand healthcare platform to access and exchange medical information and collaborate in real time. Increasingly, physicians have adopted mobile devices to gain secure, real-time access to critically important medical information. According to analyst firm The Diffusion Group, more than 50 percent of healthcare providers already use advanced mobile devices or smart phones such as RIM’s BlackBerry. By 2011, this penetration is estimated to exceed 70 percent.

“Covisint is a recognized leader in delivering innovative solutions for accessing critical patient information. Through this partnership, Covisint and Vaultus now empower healthcare providers with secure, real-time mobile access to patient-critical information,” said David Birnbach, CEO, Vaultus Mobile Technologies.

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