“PadInMotion, provides a modern-day TV, streaming, gaming and education platform. The technology enables us to make significant improvements to the way we engage patients, and the way patients connect to the outside world — and to do so in a very cost-effective way,” said Paige Dworak, hospital CEO.
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Early research shows success in using PadInMotion technology for telehealth engagement with vulnerable patients who avoid hospital-based clinic visits due to the pandemic. The project is led by Dr. Eyal Shemesh at Kravis Children’s Hospital and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai using COVID-specific award funds from the FCC.
NY’s largest pediatric home care agency addresses COVID with tablet-based patient engagement platform
PR NEWSWIRE – To address COVID-19 challenges, St. Mary’s Home Care is using tablets preloaded with content and applications for clinicians to use in caring for patients with spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, hydrocephalus and other life-limiting conditions.
PR NEWSWIRE – Amidst COVID’s infection control challenges, PadInMotion adds EZCall to empower quick, easy, and secure engagement with loved ones via one-touch connectivity. “Staying connected to family and friends is essential to the wellbeing of our residents ,” said Melissa Powell, president and COO of The Allure Group with six skilled nursing facilities comprising more than 1,400 beds in NYC.
PR NEWSWIRE – Based on a partnership with STAGE ACCESS, PadinMotion is enabling patients in NYC-area hospitals to view legendary dance, opera and concert performances free of charge during the COVID pandemic — with programming from iconic institutions such as The Bolshoi Ballet, The Royal Opera, and the LA Philharmonic.
SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Modern care teams need digital solutions that help them access information, collaborate on the fly and extend their capabilities — all from a single device that’s fully shielded to protect patient privacy. We’ve partnered with leading solution providers . . . like PadInMotion whose bedside tablet solution supports improved patient engagement.
SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Who’s going to customize the user experience on all those tablets, so it aligns with patient education objectives, and secure them to meet HIPAA standards? Who’s going to charge the bedside technology and wipe data between users? No one working in a hospital has time for that, especially not during a public health crisis. That’s where PadInMotion comes in.
MEDTECH INTELLIGENCE – Because many patients have deferred preventive care out of fear of infection from an in-person visit, innovative healthcare organizations and start-ups are taking a leap of faith and forging ahead with new ideas and technologies. Mount Sinai Kravis Children’s Hospital . . . will use a $860,000 grant from the Federal Communications Commission to expand its remote care services . . . through partnerships with PadInMotion and RealTime Clinic.
SAMSUNG INSIGHTS – Today’s digital healthcare solutions go beyond telemedicine and remote patient monitoring. In acute cases, solutions like PadInMotion streamline care coordination. On PadInMotion’s customized, secure tablets, primary physicians, infectious disease experts and other specialists can communicate through HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing . . . offering clinicians the workflow flexibility they need to properly care for growing patient populations.
MOBILE WORLD LIVE – Since April, the FCC has been doling out grants to give critical (COVID-19) programs a boost. One grant recipient, Mount Sinai’s Dr. Eyal Shemesh explains that the money will help fill a key gap in the chain of care, ensuring patients have the technology necessary to take advantage of telehealth programs. Mount Sinai will provide pediatric patients with tablets from a company called PadInMotion which will come preloaded with a virtual care app called RealTime Clinic.
THE ALLURE GROUP – Thankfully, every resident at The Allure Group’s facilities already has access to a Samsung tablet at their bedside installed with PadInMotion technology. While residents tended to use them for entertainment of stress relief before the pandemic, they now use them to conduct audio or video chats with their loved ones. The technology has been instrumental in helping seniors stay connected during these difficult times.
MOUNT SINAI – The grant will enable Mount Sinai to provide more than 700 devices to children and their families who require telehealth monitoring and care, on a rotating basis. This will be facilitated through partnerships with PadInMotion, the provider of the devices, and RealTime Clinic, which will provide an app-based integrated option for care.