The video shows how Phillips IntelliVue Solutions has a demonstration of how Google Glass would work in a hospital setting.  The doctor is talking imageto Glass and being able to see his patient information.  I’m still waiting for Dr. Halamka up at Harvard to give his review too. 

This looks very cool to allow a hands free operation for the doctor being able to see the information hands free.  An anesthesiologist is the doctor working with Google Glass in the video.  You can watch his voice commands and see what he sees with using Google Glass. 

He brings up the vital signs without having to look at other screens.  He is also able to walk and pull up patient data from the medical records as he’s moving through the hospital.  He tells Glass to record pictures in the EHR .  How long before all hospitals and their medical records systems offer the option?  Obviously there’s more work to be done here since the technology and it’s use is brand new.  BD 

By connecting game-changing technologies from Google and Philips IntelliVue Solutions, we have simulated the first proof of concept for the seamless transfer of patient vital signs into Google Glass.

The potential?

A whole new way for doctors to quickly get the information they need when they need it most. Our proof of concept, collaborated upon with Accenture, demonstrates how clinicians can benefit from hands-free, voice-controlled access to critical data while in the operating room or on the go in the hospital.

The Google Glass IntelliVue Solutions concept is a notable milestone in our research into emerging technologies and how they can be applied in healthcare to improve patient care.


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