don’t know what’s up, but the embed isn’t working at the moment so please view the presentation here.
sharing medical info from doctor to doctor to keep records up to date
FaceTime visit for quick feedback
cross check medicines
after appointment alert with visit feedback/recount of information
appointment and medicine reminders
automatic check when you walk into the doctors office
FUTURE / EXAM ROOM
visually understand x-rays/surgeries/health stats
the process of recording what happened during the appointment
THE OFFLINE TROUBLES OF PAPER MEDICAL RECORDS
1 // frustration by both patient and staff over the abundance of paper work to fill out and file
2 // forms are not specific to the individual patient needs
3 // data transfer from doctor to doctor is not timely for keeping records up to date
4 // paper files can easily be misplaced
5 // lack the ability to track one’s own health information to follow detailed treatment plans
6 // inconvenience of securing vaccination records
7 // recounting family medical history to every doctor
8 // no support for family members from far away to keep track of a loved one’s health
9 // lack of connectivity to get timely answers to follow-up questions
10 // security of records/unauthorized people viewing charts
11 // no instant, constant access to your own healthcare info
12 // illegible handwriting
13 // costs of creating duplicates of records for each doctors office
14 // cost of manpower to keep track of it all
15 // patients are less engaged with their physical health
WORKING WITH MORGAN AND BRITTANY ON THIS SYSTEM—WE STARTED A PIN BOARD OF INSPIRATION
RESEARCH FINDINGS — #linkfarm to read
complaints about electronic medical records increase — “design flaws”
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technology is all about efficiency, this app seems pretty interesting as it works in real time to see whom of your social circle is available at the same time you are, and creates a forum to set up a quick hangout.
from these observations of technology in the classroom, it seems that engagement is always key and the use of technology is increasingly encouraging it in the classroom setting. kids are already fluent in ways to use technology so capitalizing on using technological resources to also learn and keep track of skill sets makes complete sense. the national technology goals seem very hopeful for our society as we continue to become more and more technology dependent in our daily lives.
going along with my groups initial brainstorm of ideas we thought about medical records and patient care and how technology could provide a wide range of benefits. this article is along those same lines. the video at the end visually exemplifies the processes of what can be done with digitized medical care.