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"Essentially, the connectivity movement means that healthcare is going wireles." says Karla Schnell, Vice President Provider Practice at FluidEdge.
WAYNE, PA, April 10, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- As the healthcare connectivity movement continues to impact the healthcare industry, more and more providers are turning to FluidEdge for help in keeping up with demands.
"Essentially, the connectivity movement means that healthcare is going wireless. While it can be difficult for providers to keep up with the latest changes in clinical data and technology as well as the expectation for instant information, FluidEdge offers innovative ideas and best practices to help them efficiently manage day-to-day operations and provide safer, higher quality care," says Karla Schnell, Vice President Provider Practice at FluidEdge. http://www.fluidedgeconsulting.com
Known for being a leader in health care management and IT consulting, FluidEdge constantly strives to provide creative and effective solutions that providers can easily implement in order to keep in line with changes brought about by the healthcare connectivity movement.
Helping providers enhance their communication methods and increasing access to data ensures that they are able to provide the best care possible. "For example, we set providers up with interactive communication methods to allow for timely medical intervention that can positively impact outcomes, such as monitoring high risk patients and guiding them on actions to take before problems require hospitalization," Schnell explains. http://www.fluidedgeconsulting.com
Other benefits of enhanced communication systems include helping doctors better understand a patient's symptoms; the ability to expedite treatment through real time communication with the patient and the ability to correlate their treatment regimens with other medical professionals; enabling providers to predict risk and better direct resources; and improved access and efficiency.
Working with FluidEdge to implement the latest technology to enable the process of care and enhance communication methods will also help ensure patient retention. "Because of increased access to the Internet and social media, the public is much more informed when it comes to their healthcare today. However, they also expect instant results when it comes to having their needs met, and they will look for healthcare providers who can offer that," Schnell says. http://www.fluidedgeconsulting.com
In March, Schnell was invited to share her expertise and discuss best practices as a co-presenter of a workshop on the Emerging World of Connected Health, which was held at the 2014 PDC Summit in Orlando, Florida.
"It is wonderful to see architects, designers, and the building trades considering the needs of the patients/consumers as well as those that strive to provide the care as they design the hospitals of the future," Schnell says, adding, "It is critical to use the latest technology to streamline and improve care as well as to utilize these capabilities to speed the design and build of the facilities to drive down cost."
About FluidEdge Consulting
Founded in 2007, FluidEdge has become a leader in the Health Care management and IT consulting market, delivering innovative customer solutions with a highly experienced senior team. FluidEdge has been successful at solving complex concerns for the ever-evolving Health Care industry.
In 2013, Inc. Magazine ranked FluidEdge No. 775 on its Inc. 500 | 5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. Inc. also ranked FluidEdge #60 on their list of the Top 100 Health Companies in the nation, as well as #13 among the Top 100 Pennsylvania Companies and #16 among those in the Philadelphia Metro Area.
To learn more about FluidEdge Consulting, visit http://www.fluidedgeconsulting.com.
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