Ian Gelenter, Senior Vice President, Pioneer Solution
Accurate and available medical documentation is critical to providing patients with quality care and ensuring accurate and timely reimbursement of insurance. And the more documentation is done in real time the more likely it is to be correct documentation and the better it is for proper patient care. If documentation is done in batches after seeing multiple patients the likelihood of recording generic information and missing out on crucial details goes up exponentially. California-based Pioneer Solution helps ensure real-time documentation at the point of care (POC) by redefining healthcare mobility. The company designs and manufactures intelligent touch solutions, including tablets, kiosks, and mobile workstations that are ideal for the clinical workflow.
Pioneer brings handheld, wall-mounted, and cart-mounted solutions to the market, ensuring complete mobility, regardless of which clinician is going to use them. The company majorly focuses on the electronic medication administration record (EMAR) and POC performed by registered nurses or licensed practicing nurses and certified nursing assistants, respectively.
Pioneer’s solutions are suitable for skilled and assisted living environments as well as acute care.
Pioneer brings handheld, wall-mounted, and cart-mounted solutions to the market, ensuring complete mobility, regardless of which clinician is going to use them
The company caters to the growing interest of clinicians in iPads with the launch of IPORT, the world’s first and only wireless charging and docking system for iPads. “We have seen a growing demand for iOS devices at the point of care and IPORT enables Pioneer to better support our customers who choose an iOS device,” says Ian Gelenter, the senior vice president of Pioneer.
The IPORT system provides power over ethernet and low voltage charging stations that mount on the wall or desk such that the clinicians simply tap the iPad to the charging station on the wall, and it magnetically connects and starts charging while they are attending to the patient.
“By eliminating the need to plug in to charge, clinicians can now enjoy 24x7 mobility and simply charge the device wirelessly within their normal workflow,” says Gelenter.
In terms of deployment, Pioneer’s IPORT solution provides a simple setup which involves minimal installation depending on the size and condition of the facility. Pioneer’s team will coordinate with the EHR vendor to ensure proper integration and is available to come on site, train the staff, and set up the equipment to ensure that the clients get the maximum benefit.
Pioneer also provides ‘long-term post acute care (LTPAC) professionals a guide’ to point of care device selection. This downloadable primer serves as the foremost guide for selecting and evaluating mobile computing devices for clinical documentation in the LTPAC environment. With a capable solution, assisted deployment, and usage guidance all at the users’ disposal, Pioneer has rightly positioned itself in the healthcare space to assist the clinicians in real-time documentation effectively and efficiently.