Procura Attains Mobile Milestone Topping 3 Million Mobile Healthcare Visits

The Procura Group of Companies announced today that a new record has been achieved with their industry leading mobile healthcare solution securing their position as the most successful provider of mobile community and home care services worldwide.

Today, the Procura Mobile platform has successfully supported the delivery of 3.4 million visits. Additionally, the growth in mobile device use on the Procura platform is growing faster than any other mobile solutions with 1 million visits served every three months. This is forecasted to increase to 1 million visits per month by 2015. The Procura Mobile platform has been in use globally since 2011 providing a mobile solution for home and community care providers across the globe. As the innovators in mobile, Procura continues to bring great technology that allows providers perform their care in the home through the convenience of a mobile device. The Procura Mobile platform supports healthcare visits across a wide range of devices, form factors and operating systems.

"Procura has always seen the use of mobile devices as a critical component in the delivery of the vision of Population Healthcare Management," stated Scott Overhill, CEO The Procura Group of Companies. "Our dedication to blending technology across the continuum of care reflects our vision of healthcare to focus the right tool for the right purpose. As an example, our smart phone solution is ideal for personal support services and routine nursing visits."

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Wireless Health Market to Reach $38.51 Billion by 2016

Wireless Health Market to Reach $38.51 Billion by 2016

The report “Wireless Health Market (WLAN, WMAN, WPAN, Sensors, Smartphone, Tablet, PC, Mobile APPS) - Global Trends, Opportunities, Competitive Landscape and Forecasts Till 2016” as the name suggests, analyzes and studies the major market drivers, restraints, and opportunities in North America (U.S. and Canada), Europe (U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, ROE), APAC (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia) and Rest of the World.

Wireless health comprises of advanced sensor technologies, wireless communications, and information technologies which aims at providing a better healthcare delivery. With affordable wireless information and communication technology and availability of inexpensive wireless-based laptops, portables and CD-ROM-based problem resolution and diagnostic technology, the value of wireless technology is clearly seen in improving service productivity, efficiency and profitability.

Though healthcare organizations have been slow to embrace wireless technology, more and more organizations are finding that they can save money and improve care with this technology, and as it eliminates the need for wired connections, it increases mobility of the patients and healthcare professionals, invariably improving treatment outcomes. The global wireless health market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 19.43% during the study period (2011-2016). In this report, the wireless health market is segmented on the basis of wireless technologies, handheld devices and mobile apps across their applications in healthcare amenities (hospitals, nursing homes), pharmaceuticals, medical and diagnostic laboratories, home care, telehealth and by physicians through various geographies.

North America led the global wireless health market with around 45% share in 2011; rising cost of healthcare and increasing demand for better healthcare services has lead to the adoption of advanced wireless solutions. In addition, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and U.S. healthcare reforms are boosting the adoption of healthcare IT systems.

The U.S. captures the largest market share of North America, and shows a remarkable growth opportunity. The second largest market is Europe, and Asia-Pacific is the fastest growing region with China capturing the largest market share of APAC region. Buy a copy of this report @: http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Purchase/purchase_report1.asp?id=551

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Lion Health Centers, Inc. Implements CellTrak™ to Stay Connected with Compliance and Efficiency

Lion Health Centers, Inc. Implements CellTrak™ to Stay Connected with Compliance and Efficiency

  • Home Health leader Provides More Informed and Timely Care with Mobile Solution

Texas based Lion Hospice, places the patient and family at the center of care planning. By working closely with physicians and caregivers, they provide comprehensive, compassionate care for individuals nearing the end of life. Lion Hospice recognizes that the dying process is a part of the normal process of living and focuses on enhancing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Providing comfort and support to persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as comfortably and fully as possible in their number one passion. The goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last months by offering comfort, dignity and care in a familiar setting.

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CellTrak provides complete flexibility to TELUS, Canada's largest mobile carrier

US mobile healthcare, home health solutions, software developer CellTrak™ was chosen to provide a GPS-based application designed to integrate with the organization’s existing scheduling solution.

Canada’s largest providers of home healthcare and workplace health and wellness services, ParaMed operates 26 centres in Ontario and Edmonton, Alberta. The organization employs 4,500 people, of whom 4,000 are registered nurses, therapists and personal/home support workers who spend most of their time caring for clients. Some of these are direct service employees, employed in full time, part time and/or elect to work positions.

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A day in the life of Celltrak

All across North America homecare aides are helping deliver the best care possible with the use of CellTrak. CellTrak provides an integrated home health point-of-care mobility and administration system that enables efficiencies with scheduling, staff management, time and attendance, GPS and directions and delivering a patient-specific care plan at the point-of-care.

Today, tens of thousands of homecare aides, hospice aides, therapists, chaplains and nurses located in thousands of offices across North America deliver the best care most efficiently with CellTrak. With this “Day-in-the Life” of a homecare aide whitepaper, you will have the opportunity to experience CellTrak in action for homecare aides and their agencies. Today, millions of people are better off thanks to the use of CellTrak.

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