Wearable technology in healthcare is driving a new market segment for wearables: seniors. This tech gives seniors the autonomy and independence they crave.
Is virtual reality technology a sensible investment for a healthcare practice? It can be if the result is improved patient care and satisfaction.
Affordable equipment options have made VR use viable for any health facility. Here are the main considerations when implementing the technology.
Healthcare providers are seeing how the virtual experience and VR technology adds benefits to their arsenal of pain management solutions.
In collaboration with Samsung, Limbic Life and RehaClinic are developing new ways for patients to approach rehab activities with VR technology.
This white paper explores the key drivers for the expanded use of VR and provides a step-by-step guide for you to plan, execute and measure the impacts of a VR pain management initiative.
A poor patient experience can lead to a clinical trial dropout rate of 30 percent. Using technology in healthcare via mobile devices improves retention.
Aging in place is a goal for many seniors. Assistive tech helps by reducing loneliness, maintaining independence and making healthcare easier to obtain.
Improving the patient experience starts in the hospital room, and many facilities are using innovative technology to lead the way.