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TECHNOLOGY
PRESCRIPTION FOR
SMARTER
HEALTHCARE
HEALTHCARE WORKERS
HAVE RAPIDLY ADOPTED
MOBILE DEVICES
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IT healthcare leaders are turning to mobility to find the balance between efficiency, security and optimal patient outcomes. Ubiquitous access to printing resources is rising in importance among mobility-enabled healthcare workers, who are discovering the link between improved digital workflow and more efficient delivery of patient care.

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  1. 1. TECHNOLOGY PRESCRIPTION FOR SMARTER HEALTHCARE HEALTHCARE WORKERS HAVE RAPIDLY ADOPTED MOBILE DEVICES IT healthcare leaders are turning to mobility to find the balance between efficiency, security and optimal patient outcomes. Ubiquitous access to printing resources is rising in importance among mobility-enabled healthcare workers, who are discovering the link between improved digital workflow and more efficient delivery of patient care. 94%of healthcare professionals using smartphones today.1 85%of healthcare professionals using tablets at work.1 48%of healthcare professionals say improved efficency will be their top area of focus in the next 3-5 years.2 CIOs ARE CHALLENGED TO CONNECT SPENDING TO BETTER PATIENT OUTCOMES MEDICAL WASTE 60% of IT leaders committed to expanding use of mobile devices for applications such as printing and document workflow.3 20% of IT professionals say mobile printing access is among top pain points related to document security.3 15% helpdesk tickets related to supporting mobile users.4 SMARTER, MOBILE-CENTRIC PRINTING SOLUTIONS NEEDED TO BOOST HEALTHCARE WORKFLOW Enable printing, scanning and managing documents from any mobile device to centralized multifunction printers anywhere in the hospital to speed delivery of paper output. More quickly and efficiently meet mounting healthcare demands for compliance and documentation without taking unnecessary time from patient care. THE HEALTHCARE WORLD IS GOING ANDROID, AND THAT INCLUDES MOBILE PRINTING of Smartphones run Android.5 78% of tablets are Android-powered.5 62% of tablet users will seek to print from their tablets.4 58% PRINT of smartphone users will seek to print from their phones.5 50% By 2015 By 2015 INTRODUCING THE FIRST LINE OF ANDROID-POWERED MULTIFUNCTION PRINTERS DESIGNED FOR SMARTER, MOBILIZED HEALTHCARE SOURCES: 1 Epocrates, 2013 Mobile Trends Report 2 Wolters Kluwer Health 2013 Physician Outlook Survey, April 2013 3 Mobile Print: Enabling Today’s Workforce. IDC Report # 249153. June 2014 4 HDI Research Brief, Mobile Device Support and BYOD: Where Are We Now? 5 Mobile Print – Native Mobile OS Print Integration Changes Landscape. IDC Report # 248524. May 2014 PRINTPRINT Familiar feel to customizable Android-based interface Fully mobile-enabled to print, scan and manage documents without a PC Optional secure, wireless and NFC printing PRINT To learn more visit: samsung.com/smartify/healthcare PRINT
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IT healthcare leaders are turning to mobility to find the balance between efficiency, security and optimal patient outcomes. Ubiquitous access to printing resources is rising in importance among mobility-enabled healthcare workers, who are discovering the link between improved digital workflow and more efficient delivery of patient care.

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