By Graeme Woodcock, Sales Manager – Healthcare, UK & Ireland, Scandit Ltd. Studies have shown that physicians spend 21% of their time on non-clinical paperwork*.  It’s the equivalent of 168,000 physician FTEs (full-time employees) not engaged in clinical activities. The implications are clear: administrative overload is a burden on clinicians and health workers everywhere, contributes towards burnout, and takes away valuable time that could be better spent with patients. The healthcare...

That amazing 95% result was at Leeds Teaching Hospital in the UK where they integrated Scandit computer vision into a mobile solution to capture vital data in a fraction of the time, in 114 departments as part of the UK Government’s Scan-4-Safety initiative. For many healthcare enterprises, mobile computer vision technology is not a familiar term.  Others are using mobile computer vision to make dramatic improvements in healthcare workflows and improve...

Healthcare providers around the world are harnessing smart device-based mobile computer vision to improve patient care and streamline business processes. From patient management to medication administration, mobile data capture solutions can help healthcare teams bolster efficiency and support patient safety. The result? Lower operational costs, greater workflow flexibility, and better healthcare outcomes. As a leader in mobile computer vision, augmented reality (AR) and machine learning technologies, Scandit empowers healthcare providers...

The days of manual documentation of critical patient care workflows are ending.  More and more healthcare processes are being digitized to ensure accuracy and portability, making patient care safer and improving outcomes across the board. Barcodes and alphanumeric codes have become the principal containers of information in virtually all aspects of healthcare, from identifying patients to administering medication and managing equipment and supplies. Until recently, healthcare enterprises have used dedicated...

Healthcare providers across the globe are relying on next-generation mobile data capture solutions to streamline hospital workflows. Thanks to innovations in mobile computer vision, healthcare enterprises can now deploy inexpensive smart devices to optimize a range of healthcare management tasks, fostering more efficient business processes and superior patient care. But how exactly does this technology work—and which specific workflows can it support for healthcare organizations? As a leading developer of...