Technology has really improved the quality of healthcare, with regard to both delivery and advancements in treatments. While emergency room or clinic visits can still have lengthy waits, the use of computers and tablets have made it easier for nurses and assistants to triage patients more efficiently. Technology has made data tracking and synthesis easier, allowing for the quicker release of test results, shared communication between physicians and even electronic prescription orders.
The ease of transporting medical equipment has increased the efficiency of in-room assessments. Through the use of wireless internet and some noise reducing casters, workstations, vital motoring stands and some testing can be done from the comfort and privacy of a patient’s room. Simply the push of a button can deliver the service, response and diagnosis of a certain condition or patients’ vitals.
Ease of Communication
Technology has also improved the safety and storage of …