Patients could instantly see wait times at all nearby clinics and hospitals, allowing them to pick the fastest option—which helps to balance patient load for the entire health care system.
Health care workers inside the ER could identify trends before they become issues—rather than a month after it’s too late to do anything.
Hospital administrators could use this data to understand what was happening in their emergency rooms at any given time—and make better-informed decisions.
By utilizing information that is already tracked, we can create all this and more. This is the goal of QTime, one of my submissions for T4G’s Geekfest 2012. Geekfest is T4G’s annual idea competition trade show. Find out more about Geekfest here, or if you’d like to attend, email Dennis.Young@T4G.com.
QTime can change the world of health care delivery for the better, but to do so it will have to beat some tough Geekfest competition. To help make our case, we first need some data—data you can provide by completing this quick survey.
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