TotalMobile Launched into Global Healthcare Market

TotalMobile solution will be launched to the global healthcare industry at EU-US eHealth Marketplace event in Boston on 23rd and 24th October

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TotalMobile for Healthcare

TotalMobile allows Healthcare Professionals to focus on care

(PRWEB UK) 6 October 2012

TotalMobile will be attending “EU-US eHealth Marketplace” in Boston to launch their mobile solution for Healthcare internationally. A range of Healthcare organisations in the US are currently using TotalMobile’s Enterprise Mobility solution including State of Arkansas for mobile flu clinics and Greater Metford’s visiting nurses. The company are currently moving into the UK Healthcare market and are in talks with NHS Trusts.

The event takes place on 23rd and 24th October at State House, Boston, Massachusetts, USA and will focus on generating meaningful business opportunities and relationships. TotalMobile CEO Colin Reid and CTO Gareth Tolerton will be attending to meet potential partners and clients that will help progress TotalMobile in the international Healthcare Market.

TotalMobile™ can deliver an increase in efficiency, connectivity and security for the healthcare system as a whole, both in hospital and in the community. Healthcare Professionals can use the solution to complete forms out on visits, share information both on and offline, monitor progress, capture info in real-time and exchange vital data with their back office systems in a fully secure encrypted environment.

Solutions are available for; Mental Health assessments, Integrated Care, Continence, Diabetes Assessments, District Nursing, Doctors on call, Domiciliary Care, Midwifery, NISAT, Tissue Viability, Patient Discharge, Heart Failure, HR, Patient Surveys

More information about TotalMobile can be found at http://www.totalmobile.co alternatively join our Webinar on 10th October


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