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SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Who’s going to customize the user experience on all those tablets, so it aligns with patient education objectives, and secure them to meet HIPAA standards? Who’s going to charge the bedside technology and wipe data between users? No one working in a hospital has time for that, especially not during a public health crisis. That’s where PadInMotion comes in.
MEDTECH INTELLIGENCE – Because many patients have deferred preventive care out of fear of infection from an in-person visit, innovative healthcare organizations and start-ups are taking a leap of faith and forging ahead with new ideas and technologies. Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital . . . will use a $860,000 grant from the Federal Communications Commission to expand its remote care services . . . through partnerships with PadInMotion and RealTime Clinic.
SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Today’s digital healthcare solutions go beyond telemedicine and remote patient monitoring. In acute cases, solutions like PadInMotion streamline care coordination. On PadInMotion’s customized, secure tablets, primary physicians, infectious disease experts and other specialists can communicate through HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing . . . offering clinicians the workflow flexibility they need to properly care for growing patient populations.
MOBILE WORLD LIVE – Since April, the FCC has been doling out grants to give critical (COVID-19) programs a boost. One grant recipient, Mount Sinai’s Dr. Eyal Shemesh explains that the money will help fill a key gap in the chain of care, ensuring patients have the technology necessary to take advantage of telehealth programs. Mount Sinai will provide pediatric patients with tablets from a company called PadInMotion which will come preloaded with a virtual care app called RealTime Clinic.
THE ALLURE GROUP – Thankfully, every resident at The Allure Group’s facilities already has access to a Samsung tablet at their bedside installed with PadInMotion technology. While residents tended to use them for entertainment of stress relief before the pandemic, they now use them to conduct audio or video chats with their loved ones. The technology has been instrumental in helping seniors stay connected during these difficult times.
MOUNT SINAI – The grant will enable Mount Sinai to provide more than 700 devices to children and their families who require telehealth monitoring and care, on a rotating basis. This will be facilitated through partnerships with PadInMotion, the provider of the devices, and RealTime Clinic, which will provide an app-based integrated option for care.
ROI-NJ – “Perhaps the tablet’s most valuable application is that it can be the window to the world for these patients. For many, the last time these patients are able to see family members was when they loaded them into the ambulance. These are heartbreaking conditions.” – Nir Altman, PadInMotion CEO
DREAMIT – PadInMotion is operating in coronavirus isolation rooms across New York City, where it is enabling multidisciplinary clinical teams to maintain a connection with patients in isolation, allows for language translation, connection to concerned loved ones who might otherwise be cut off from communication, empowers the patients to give feedback and make requests, and can help with mental wellness – an obvious concern for those placed in isolation.
DREAMIT – PadInMotion utilizes tablets to enable patients to communicate with staff, clinicians, and family from a distance. The COVID-19 specific configuration incorporates telemedicine, broadcast messaging, translation services, patient education, along with a range of entertainment and mental wellness options. PadInMotion is HIPAA compliant, can be live onsite in under 24 hours.
NEWARK VENTURE PARTNERS – Under normal circumstances, PadInMotion works with over 30 health systems to provide a turnkey tablet platform – complete with hardware, HIPAA-compliant software, a customized user experience, and analytics – that enables them to educate patients about their wellness plan and improve the patient experience. The solution is now being deployed to manage coronavirus isolation rooms, as well as the increased number of ER walk-ins at major hospitals.
THE WELLNESS NETWORK – “The tablet is straightforward and user friendly. Our patients are normally in their sixties, seventies, or eighties, so they need an easy platform. The tablets are very well received by staff and patients alike. It’s very rare that we get feedback that a patient can’t figure out how to use the tablet, even if it’s their first time.” – COI Operations Manager
THE WELLNESS NETWORK – (T)he nursing staff had been using late-model televisions and VHS tape to help educate patients. “We would wheel these big TVs into the rooms and pop a tape in.” According to metrics, . . . the tablets experienced more than a thousand interactions, over the 90-day pilot period. (S)taff members remark(ed,) it was “great for patient education,” “easy to use,” and worked for “patients with a low reading level.” (T)he average patient rat(ed) the tablet experience as a 9 on a scale of 1-10.