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Mobility Solutions

HC3 Mobility Solutions team provides management and technology consulting services to help our clients develop mobility strategies, mobility business and technology plans, and design mobility solutions to drive additional enterprise and customer value. Roughly defined, it is the application of mobile devices, wireless networks, and mobile applications in the delivery of healthcare.


Mobility connecting first responders, hospitals, physicians, clinicians and health care workers.

Mobile Physician

Both doctors and patients are finding that mobile apps can provide a fast and efficient way to stay in touch and exchange information.

Mobile technologies are transforming healthcare, promising physicians' easier access to data, lower costs, and higher quality of patient care. EHRs, tablets, smart phones, remote monitoring devices, as well as many other tools will continue to disrupt the healthcare industry. Those that know where to invest wisely can achieve significant advantages in the delivery of healthcare.

  • Realize new mobile technology opportunities for use in your practice

  • New ways to reach and communicate with your patients through web portals

  • Use mobile solutions to access patient's lab results, view charts, change prescription orders and more

  • Overwhelmed by the daily volume of communications received from colleagues, care team members, and patients - let us help you cut through the noise of information and focus on those items that require your attention

Mobile Healthcare


What you need to know as a mobile Healthcare Worker. While it is still an emerging field, mobile working for clinicians working in community services is not a new concept, with some organizations pioneering new devices and clinical processes for many years.

Advances in mobile communication technologies and in-home mobile medical monitoring devices have removed many of the technical barriers for the mobile healthcare worker. HC3 Advisors can help your business realize the benefits of the Mobile Healthcare worker such as:

  • ​Wirelessly retrieve and update sensitive medical information

  • ​Update medical records so that everyone involved in patient care has the most accurate and up-to-the-minute information

  • Improved quality of care and reduced risk through real-time access to patient medical records and drug histories

  •  Enabling healthcare workers with mobile solutions that access clinical references to help provide evidence-based information at the point of care

Mobile Clinician

The mobile Clinician or better known as the “corridor warrior” is constantly on the move and need to collect and view data in patient rooms, hallways, remote offices, clinics and labs.   Mobile devices will continue to be more and more pervasive in medical settings as the tool to access medical information.

  • ​Evaluate where mobile solutions can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the quality of care

  • Provide guidance and support in the deployment of mobile solutions to the clinical community on how to best to realize mobility benefits

  • Integrate your mobile devices in with your clinical support systems to help the mobile Clinician access the information that they need to perform their tasks

Mobile Administrator

What you need to know as a Healthcare Administrator. Tasked with improving operational efficiency while helping providers deliver the highest possible quality of care. Healthcare Administrators need to:

  • Enable a highly mobile industry, improving patient wellness and extending first class healthcare services to the marketplace

  • Understand how mobility is influencing the way healthcare is delivered

  • Understand risks and vulnerabilities (data security and the ability to poll for and enforce policies)

  • ​Develop wireless strategies for clinical and business workflows and constituents that can most benefit from mobility enhancements

  • Build quantitative evidence from pilot site case studies, providing a solid economic basis for investment in and deployment of mobile solutions

  • Evaluate where mobile solutions can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the quality of care

  • Formulate guidance on the deployment of mobile solutions to community services, and understand how best to realize benefits

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