Bloomington, MN (PRWEB) November 22, 2014
Elite Medical Scribes, LLC successfully showcased Google Glass Virtual Scribes at American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), an annual scientific assembly held in Chicago, Ill. October 27-30, 2014.
Elite presented its Google Glass Virtual Scribes services in the event’s innovatED area – an interactive, educational space designated for showcasing the latest innovations in emergency medicine.
“We enjoyed the opportunity to highlight the many benefits of our industry leading scribe service, and share how our latest innovation, Google Glass Virtual Scribes, frees medical professionals to focus on their patients,” says Elite President Yuriy Vasylenko.
The introduction of Google Glass Virtual Scribes aligns with Elite’s commitment to leveraging technology to enhance the quality of patient care. Overall, the technology was well received as an innovative and thoughtful solution to the challenges emergency department physicians face.
Still in beta testing, Google Glass has numerous users worldwide, including select Elite clients. “We look forward to fully optimizing the use of this wearable technology to improve efficiencies across a wide range of healthcare facilities and settings,” says Vasylenko.
About Elite Medical Scribes, LLC: Elite Medical Scribes is the nation’s preeminent vendor of scribe services based in Bloomington, Minn. Founded in 2008, Elite manages more than 120 unique scribe programs designed to improve patient care and increase provider efficiency and satisfaction in more than 20 medical specialties across the United States.