August 12, 2011

Hartford-based health insurer Aetna has released mobile services for doctors in its Florida network.

Doctors in Aetna’s Florida network who subscribe to NaviNet Mobile Connect will now receive Care Considerations, or alerts to opportunities to improve care, on their mobile device. The alerts are currently delivered by e-mail, phone and fax. A mobile e-prescribing service is also available.

“Access to patient and clinical information is critical for doctors to deliver high-quality, effective care. That’s why we’re putting integrated information into doctors’ hands when it’s most effective – when the doctor is in the exam room with the patient,” Bob Kropp, M.D., regional medical director for Aetna, said in a statement.

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