Health Care Company Refuses one Form of Technology

ASA Opts for True Customer Service Over Phone Recordings
The Pittsburgh-based health care company Automated Security Alert has a shockingly good record for taking care of their clients. The health care technology company is devoted to keeping senior citizens and physically disabled persons in their own home instead of in assisted living – and their clients have a 46.42% lesser rate of hospitalization. Far from using only push button medical alarms to care from their clients, they also offer electronically monitored medication dispensers, monitored smoke detectors, fall detectors, and many other advanced products. So for a company that embraces so many forms of advanced technology it is quite surprising to think that they would refuse to use any form of modern technology, but Automated Security Alert has a firm belief that when someone calls them on the phone they owe them the right to speak to a human being. In an era of frustrating and time consuming pre-recorded telephone menus, Automated Security Alert refuses to conform to the idea that people should be forced to communicate their needs to a computerized system. However, this does not only apply to office business hours only, it applies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Jason Seyler, director of Life Safety commented on the refreshing policy, -With many companies using Interactive Voice Response technologies, consumers are rarely ever able to speak with a live person during the first few minutes of the call . . . Automated Security Alert does not use these technologies due to the importance of our consumers. Live people answer our phones at all times, day and night. Subscribers can call our office at 1-800-338-7114 at any time with any questions or concerns that they have.- Automated Security Alert, Inc., has provided freedom and security since 1988 to over 60,000 consumers through the use of technology and services that enable seniors, physically-challenged persons and recovering patients to maintain an independent lifestyle in their homes. ASA’s creative, dependable solutions include medical alert systems (-personal emergency response systems-); fall detection systems; and medication management systems, including electronic pill dispensers and monitored automated medication dispensers. For further information, please contact Matthew Couillard at 1.800.338.7114. ——————————————————————————-
Michle Ada,Author of this article.
For further information on Medical Alert Systems and Fall Detection Systems you can contact ASA or call us at 1-800-338-7114

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Android Development for Healthcare Industry

Healthcare research firms have recently found that choosing a mobile platform, like Android OS that today powers world’s half of the smartphones, to provide healthcare services have great potential to redefine the medical industry and traditional bonds between doctors and patients. Now both healthcare service providers and consumers are discovering the benefits of Android based healthcare applications to acquire best medical information, support and care.

Android has given new dimension to the global smartphone market. Android is a free OS and anybody can use it on an Android-compatible device. This encourages developers to build high performance smartphone apps at lowest possible prices. It further increases the market of smartphones and allows none-smartphone users to have smartphone in budget. The practice of using smartphones for health related services and information is known as mHealth. mHelath is made of two words: Mobile and Health. In this way, mHealth apps let you manage and improve health. You allow these apps to collect your information and then to process the information to get results respectively. Android in this context has thousands of free and paid applications that are serving to a variety of healthcare issues. You just think about a healthcare issue and find a suitable free or paid app on Google Play’s Android apps store.

Not only consumers are taking advantages of Android healthcare apps but healthcare professionals such as doctors, clinicians, and nurses are using these mHealth apps to trace patients’ histories, appointment schedules, drug prescription details, billing data, and other practice related information. Medscape, for example, is a popular healthcare Android development and it is mostly used by physicians, medical students, nurses and other healthcare professionals for clinical information.

Epocrates is another great outcome of Android development providing reliable drug, disease, and diagnostic information at the point of care. This Android app is the number one mobile drug reference among U. S. physicians. Using this app, physicians can access to thousands of drug monographs, drug-drug interaction checker, pill identifier, and health plan formularies.

Medical companies are now recognizing the potentials of Android mobile applications and are hiring Android development companies to get their apps developed. They are allocating budgets and investing in development of medical applications for smartphone devices and tablets PCs. When exploring Google Play’s Android app segment, you can find hundreds of thousands of healthcare and medical apps. And each app serves to a specific purpose and solves a problem related to health or medical.

Mobile can provide real time access to medical records of patients. It can also track their physical state and medical history and provide them instructions about diet and nutrition related aspects. Android has largest share in the market thus an Android based healthcare app is going to benefit a largest group of people.