Top Three Considerations When Establishing An ECMO Program

We are proud to announce that one of our partners has been featured in Healthcare Business Today, a leading publication for healthcare professionals. The article focuses on the importance of implementing technology in healthcare practices, with an emphasis on electronic health records (EHRs).

Introduction:

Technology has revolutionized almost every industry imaginable. The healthcare sector is no exception and has seen a significant transformation in recent years. With the advancement of technology, healthcare

The application of Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) is an essential treatment option for patients with severe respiratory or cardiac failure, and it has shown a notable increase in survival rates. Despite its efficacy, the complexity of starting an ECMO program in hospitals can be overwhelming, causing some to hesitate in providing the service. To tackle this, hospitals are seeking partnerships with established ECMO providers to effectively and affordably launch or extend their ECMO services. Through careful selection and vetting of these external partners, hospitals can address the challenge of integrating ECMO therapy into their healthcare offerings.

Benefits of Implementing Technology in Healthcare:

The use of technology in healthcare has numerous benefits both for healthcare professionals and patients. One of the most significant advantages is the improved patient outcomes. With the introduction of electronic health records (EHRs), medical history, test results, and other critical information can be easily accessed by healthcare providers. This allows for better coordination of care, leading to more accurate diagnoses and treatment plans. Additionally, EHRs reduce the risk of medical errors that may occur due to illegible handwriting or missing information.

Furthermore, technology has also improved communication between healthcare professionals and their patients. With telemedicine options, patients can consult with their doctors remotely, avoiding unnecessary trips to the hospital. This not only saves time but also reduces healthcare costs for patients.

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