PatientKeeper Rolls Out Smartphone Application | Healthcare Informatics Magazine | Health IT | Information Technology Skip to content Skip to navigation

PatientKeeper Rolls Out Smartphone Application

February 26, 2008
by root
| Reprints

Integrated physician information systems provider, Newton, Mass.-based PatientKeeper Inc., has released a new application available on the BlackBerry platform from Ontario’s Research in Motion. The new offering, PatientKeeper says, gives physicians additional flexibility for accessing the PatientKeeper Physician Information System and satisfies the growing demand among PatientKeeper and BlackBerry smartphone customers.

According to PatientKeeper, the system provides a suite of software applications that physicians can use to save time, improve patient care, and improve financial performance. The company claims its product permits physicians access to essential patient information using a single user interface that has already pulled together information from disparate healthcare systems across the organization. PatientKeeper says after that the BlackBerry platform then provides advanced wireless connectivity and security to allow mobile access to clinical information.



Report: Healthcare Organizations Struggle with Human Error in Securing PHI

In the first nine months of 2017, unintended disclosure accounted for 41 percent of healthcare data breach incidents, according to a report from specialist insurer Beazley.

Three More Providers Receive 2017 HIMSS Davies Awards

Three patient care organizations have received the 2017 global Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Enterprise Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence for healthcare technology innovations that improve patient outcomes.

Medtronic, American Well Team Up to Integrate Telehealth Capabilities

Medtronic and American Well announced a partnership to offer a telehealth solution focused on the unique needs of the complex, chronic, co-morbid patient population.

Medsphere Merges with RCM Vendor Stockell

Medsphere Systems Corp., developer of the OpenVista electronic health record, is merging with Stockell Healthcare Systems, which offers a suite of revenue cycle management tools.

Report: Insider Threats to Patient Data Remain Unnoticed

Of the reported healthcare data breach incidents that occurred in September, it took an average of 387 days for healthcare organizations to discover a breach had occurred, according to a report from cybersecurity software company Protenus.

Reports: Ex-Pharma Exec Alex Azar Emerges as Trump’s Top Pick for HHS Secretary

President Donald Trump could be on the verge of tapping Alex Azar, a former pharmaceutical industry executive and George W. Bush administration official, as the next HHS Secretary, according to media reports.