Dr. Ken Mitchell thinks his new Google Glass really looks cool. But moreover, he believes this cutting-edge technology will ultimately improve patient care. Maybe you’ve seen somebody wearing Google Glass, the lightweight spectacles that allow the wearer to search and scan the web as it appears in the upper right-hand corner of the glasses.
Tink was at the end of her day working as a line technician when she slipped from a utility pole. She knew right away something was terribly wrong. The fall had left her lower body paralyzed.
Healthcare is constantly changing, but two things will always remain top priorities: patient safety and quality of care. The commitment to those goals begins with accurate patient identification.