How Do Wireless Devices Help Doctors and Patients?

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And again from me as a doctor I really like to go home feeling like okay I maybe I spend most of my time in planning staff on patients you know being more than a surgical specialty. On a basic level, you needed to have your patients feel like been taken care of, and I want patients, who are my patients to feel cared for a very basic emotional way, I have an umbrella over me.

This person is going to know what's happening to me they actually care what's happening to me they are going to walk with me to make my care better and their family members feel that. That's why you pick your doctors that's an important thing, it's important to be able to pick your doctor and have that kind of relationship, so this helps me preserve that.

I'm very bus, I'm applying the devices all the time? Now with this wireless communication I can efficiently check in on people whether they live here or live remotely in [xx] whenever and say you're doing fine, and that means a lot keep abreast of their care all the time and tweet changes without a whole lot of extra work.

In fact it's more efficient, so often what you hear from other physicians as I go around and I talk about these stuff with other physicians they say, oh my goodness this is working harder for less. This is more data that I'm going to be responsible for it maybe even have some liability associated with it.

So I feel like as a person working in wireless office my responsibility presents my colleague and that physician with a solution but no we have big data analytics, we have artificial intelligence, we have applications we can make your life easier and not harder and more efficient, unless patients will fall through whatever safety net you generate together that isn't generalizable at all.