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Published on May 28, 2014
Broadly, across the healthcare industry, there is a growing need for clinicians to have instant and secure mobile access to patient health records through fully functional, clinical-grade devices -- all to provide better care for patients. One way Seattle Children's Hospital is addressing this need is through the full power of Surface Pro 3. As a replacement strategy for existing laptops, Surface Pro 3 allows Seattle Children's to provide clinicians with a modern, touch-enabled user interface for electronic medical record (EMR) management while also allowing adherence to HIPAA and other strict security regulations in healthcare. Staff can also use Surface Pro 3 to view and have basic levels of simple order entry through a touch enabled interface—improving the experience for both physician and patient. Seattle Children's is excited to be part of the first wave of Microsoft Surface Pro 3 deployments which will enable the best patient care experience both for their clinicians and staff as well as their patients. Technology innovation is a key part of what Seattle Children's delivers for its patients. "Our patients are at the heart of everything we do and the quality of care we deliver to our to our patients gets better as we carefully select and adopt new technology like Surface Pro 3," said Wes Wright, CIO of Seattle Children's Hospital. "The potential for expansion into the clinical world, that's what the Surface Pro 3 gives me, versus just replacing laptops."