Zynx Health Offers its Mobile Care Coordination Solution on Android Devices
FREMONT, CA: Zynx Health, a provider of evidence- and experience – based clinical improvement solutions, has announced that its ZynxCarebook, a mobile care coordination solution, is now available on Android smartphones and tablets. ZynxCarebook is a mobile app used by healthcare providers to deliver better coordinated care that is patient-centered, evidence-based, and HIPAA-compliant.
Making ZynxCarebook available on Android will allow care team members at inpatient and post care organizations to use ZynxCarebook for securely exchanging messages and share assessments on the same patient’s condition, improve clinical outcomes using Android as well as iOS mobile devices and streamline care transitions to other care settings.
With ZynxCarebook, care teams are intelligently built around their patients using pick-up, assignment and referral logic that is customized to an organization's workflow. It integrates with Admit Discharge Transfer (ADT) feeds, and is designed to follow the patient at each venue of care. Team members can effortlessly access the latest clinical information with this person-centered approach that organizes all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)-compliant messages, risk assessments, and discharge plans around the patient.
"Expanding the ZynxCarebook platform to empower harmonious interactions between Android and iOS users–all while the patient is at the center of care team-based communication–significantly enhances the delivery of quality care, reduces costs, and improves the patient's overall experience," says, Siva Subramanian, Senior Vice President of Mobile Products, Zynx Health.
The company claims that the use of ZynxCarebook has delivered a 22 percent reduction in 30-day all-cause readmission rates. In addition, positive results were also measured within care teams: Seventy percent of users reported that they could "easily or efficiently contact all members of a patient's care team to notify them about changes to the discharge plans." Prior to ZynxCarebook's implementation, only about 10 percent of users expressed this sentiment.
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