UCHealth presented their mass vaccination use case at JNUC 2021. This story was highlighted in Apple’s July 2022 Health Report and reaffirms that technology = transformation in healthcare.
“Deploying Apple devices during COVID-19 at University of Colorado Health (UCHealth, CO, US) UCHealth deployed over 3,000 Apple devices – iPad, iPhone, and Apple TV – in nursing stations, labs, translation service, rehabilitation, remote doctor-patient communication in high-risk environments, accessing patient medical records, to connect families to their loved ones, as well as patient entertainment…They also partnered with Epic to use iPhone in outdoor mass vaccination sites, where paper documentation can be a major hassle, to check in patients, document responses and obtain patient consent. The move from paper documentation to the use of iPhone with 5G connections reduced vaccination time from 3 minutes to 30 seconds per patient.” pg. 53/59 https://www.apple.com/newsroom/pdfs/Health-Report-July-2022.pdf
Read more about this story and watch the recording of their JNUC session or by checking out the recap blog.
And, while we’re on the topic of JNUC, why not consider registering for this year’s conference? Check out what healthcare-specific sessions are on deck this year and plan your experience using the attendee portal.
UCHealth will be joining us again this year as participants in the healthcare panel, Lessons Learned in Apple Adoption in Healthcare, with folks from UCLA Health, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, UC San Diego and Jamf to discuss the current state of Apple technology in each health system, and unpack their ongoing expansions of mobile use-cases for patient experience, electronic health record (EHR) access, secure clinical collaboration, telehealth and more.
You can’t beat the inspiration, location and collaboration that JNUC 2022 has to offer.
We hope you’ll join us there!
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