Sensory technologies and its web technology featured in an academic journal – BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care

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eShift® securely connects physicians and other healthcare professionals to medical teams in the field in real time.

The credibility that has just been demonstrated in this document is not only important for our company, but also for millions of people, who are unable to effectively obtain the health care they need.

— Patrick Blanshard, CEO of ST

LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA, January 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sensory Technologies (ST) proudly announced today that its patent-pending web-based technology – eShift® – has been Featured in BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, a prestigious academic journal, for its ability to provide relief from the “current UK healthcare workforce crisis in community services”.

eShift® Securely connects physicians and other healthcare professionals to medical teams in the field in real time.

The paper, authored by Dr Steven Ariss and team from the School of Health and Allied Research at the University of Sheffield (UK), noted in the abstract that “a key limitation of traditional models service delivery is the reliance on practitioners with levels of training and experience to enable them to operate autonomously.

While eShift® has been adopted for years in the business sector, more recently by Dallas-based Resilient Healthcare, a leader in acute home care in the United States, the article represented the most comprehensive review of the technology to date by the academic community. In fact, the author, who also led the study, described his team’s work and the paper that followed as “a real-life evaluation of the implementation of digital health technology designed to provide support remote and real-time and delegation of tasks in the community palliative care service”.

Additionally, “the assessment demonstrates the value of digital innovation in supporting service redesign programs and beginning to address the healthcare workforce crisis, while having a positive economic effect and indicating an improved experience. patients”.

ST CEO Patrick Blanshard said the company was “honoured to be identified as an effective solution to the healthcare workforce crisis in the UK and around the world”.

“The credibility that has just been demonstrated in this document is not only important for our company, but also for millions of people, who are unable to effectively obtain the health care they need. .”

The article can be viewed here: https://spcare.bmj.com/content/early/2021/12/15/bmjspcare-2020-002288

About sensory technologies

Sensory Technologies is a privately held Canadian medical software company with offices in Canada, the United States and Europe. Through its patent-pending web-based technology called eShift®, it enables remote care delegation, helping private and public healthcare facilities extend medical treatment to patients’ homes and other settings.

About BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care

Published quarterly in print and continuously online, BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care aims to connect many disciplines and specialties around the world by providing high quality, clinically relevant research, reviews, commentary, information and news. of international importance.

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