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for Telemedicine

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What is Telemedicine?

Telemedicine is defined as the delivery of healthcare services using telecommunications.
It helps doctors evaluate and treat patients remotely/online without the necessity of an in-person visit.

Industry Trends of Telemedicine

“Telemedicine Market size was valued at USD 60.9 billion in 2020 and is estimated to grow at 18.2% CAGR between 2021 and 2027. Increasing prevalence of chronic disease and growing need for patient management will positively influence the market growth. Also, growing telecommunications network and reduction in healthcare cost will be the few other driving factor for the market expansion. Furthermore, technological advancements made by various companies involved in the industry for launching novel platforms will drive the market progression.”

“Telemedicine refers to the practice that allows healthcare professionals to provide health-related services and information via telecommunication and electronic information technology to patients in remote areas. The telemedicine technology is widely used for follow-up visits, medication management and management of chronic conditions among others that can be provided remotely via secure audio and video connections.”

Source by Global Market Insights

Therefore, Many clinics and hospitals seek to capitalize on the increased efficiency and associated cost savings of Telemedicine and are consequently accelerating the implementation of their digital transformation.

How does Telemedicine work?

  • Telemedicine is more than just a video call between the patient and the doctor. Electronic Medical Records (EMR) or Electronic Health Records (EHR) are used in advanced all care settings across the country.
  • An EMREHR is essentially the equivalent of paper charts that have been used historically. It contains all the current and past clinical, social, billing, and family information for the patient’s current encounter; and, in many cases, previous encounters. Physicians, Nurses, and other Clinicians rely on the EMR\/EHR to be comprehensive and up to date.
  • Telemedicine should include integrated clinical workflows, clinical documentation, analytics, optional session recording, diagnostic capabilities, and integration with EMR\EHRs for information exchange.
  • Documentation should not only be stored within the Telemedicine platform, but it should also flow to an EMR\EHR when completed.

Telemedicine workflow

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How Wacom helps

Wacom’s technologies provides instant medical record digitization that makes processes faster and more efficient. This makes the working lives of medical professionals easier by making patient interactions simultaneously familiar, yet more engaging and humane. It also has the added benefit of significantly reducing the time, effort and cost of processing and storing paper forms.

How can Wacom benefit
Doctors and Healthcare Institutions?

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  • View your patient’s entire health records digitally, including lab tests, past medical records, list of allergies and so on.
  • Contour and annotate images in a familiar way using a Wacom Digital Pen and Wacom pen display.
  • Create and electronically forward signed E-prescriptions including a treatment plan, lab test and medicine dosages, amongst other. (Patients can also upload past prescriptions, medical records such as XRAY, ECG, MRI, diagnostic reports etc. into theEMR system.)
  • Upload health records, prescriptions, modalities immediately after the medical examination.
  • A Doctor can access all this information and insert his/her their comments promptly in these records.

Current situation and a future with Wacom;
– a comparison

Current Telemedicine:

Doctors manually input a substantial amount of data with computer keyboards and computer mouses into the existing EMR systems. In order to insert comments on patient medical records or scanned images, Doctors often have to take a print,record their comments , scan and upload back into the system. Prescriptions are typed, printed and physically signed by the Doctor before being. Scanned and uploaded back into the system.

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Future with Wacom:

Using Wacom Interactive Pen Displays, Doctors can mostly eliminate the usage of keyboards and mouses. Doctors can electronically capture handwritten comments on patient records(PDF, Jpeg or any format) with the Wacom pen Stylus. Doctors can discuss within the doctor community without printing and scanning a single sheet of paper. Prescriptions can still be handwritten on the pen display and authorized signatures can be electronically captured on any document.

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Product Lineups

We have the following product solutions for our customers,
tailored to meet their needs and integrate with their existing systems applications.

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DTH-1152(Touch Screen)

A compact color pen and touch display perfectly suited for VDI environments.

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DTK-1660E

Ideal for e-document viewing, editing and signing in native portrait mode.

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DTU-1141B

With a 10.1” Full HD resolution LCD and state-of-the-art encryption, the USB-powered Wacom DTU-1141B Pen Display is a best-in-class eDocument solution.

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DTK-2451 / DTH-2452
(Touch Screen)

Wacom’s largest ever full-HD pen displays for supremely comfortable working.

Smart Pad
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Smart Pad
PHU-111

Real-time conversion of paper forms into digital format with no scanning required, enabled by the CLB Paper client app,and CLB Create form authoring app.

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