Motion C5 Workflow Overview
The Motion C5 mobile clinical assistant is now being used in more than 1,000 hospitals worldwide, and clinicians are reporting a variety of positive results, including increased productivity, improved clinician satisfaction, better adherence to medication administration protocols and decreased latency in recording patient information.
The C5 was developed based on extensive research completed by Motion and Intel, with active participation from thousands of clinicians and leading clinical systems and software providers, to enable nurses, physicians and other clinicians to more effectively do their jobs and provide better care by connecting them with patient information at the point-of-care.
In addition, the unprecedented collaboration among clinician end users, hardware developers and clinical software companies is now an approach proven by C5 implementations to maximize the measurable benefits of information technology in a medical environment.
Dozens of Motion C5 clinician usability studies and implementation projects have been completed or are underway worldwide by leading academic medical centers, community hospitals and specialty health organizations. These C5 studies represent every major clinical discipline, facility setting, workflow and clinical system vendor.
Motion’s study and implementation programs utilize a clinician-centric methodology to choreograph the introduction of technologies within clinical practice patterns, instead of requiring clinicians to conform their workflow to constraints imposed by technology limitations.
Example Clinical Workflow Improvements from Studies*: