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Hospital Communication Systems
Hospital Communication Systems, Nurse Call
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging, Staff
Hospital Communication Systems, Paging/Telephonic, Wireless
Hospital Communication Systems, Public Address
Hospital Communication Systems, Telephonic
Hospital Communication Systems, Telephonic, Wireless
Hospital Communication/Entertaining Systems

Addressing the Need for Secure Workplace Communication
With more than 65 percent of working professionals in the United States sending and receiving an excess of two dozen text messages per day, outdated and tedious communication channels are quickly being replaced by faster, more efficient and secure ways of communicating. Regular text messaging is not HIPAA compliant, but has become a popular communication option outside of the healthcare industry.
Achieving Compliance Through Real-Time Location Systems
Today's hospitals face an increasingly complex healthcare environment. Administrators and IT managers alike must work together to identify new and novel ways to reduce the labor burden associated with meeting governmental compliance and protecting the organization's The Joint Commission (TJC) accreditation. I
Secure Messaging In a Mobile Healthcare World
U.S. hospitals and physicians waste more than $12 billion annually through communication inefficiencies among care providers and clinicians. That number is only expected to increase with the adoption of the population health model of care and a growing number of physicians who are looking for new ways to stay connected and share messages, securely, across multiple locations.
Overhaul Your Communications System
No matter what you decide, it's important to engage the entire hospital in the secure communications system conversation because it's something that affects your organization enterprise-wide. Without buy-in across the hospital, a new secure messaging or communications system can create more problems than solutions it was designed to solve.
Who's on Call? Reaching the Right Provider When Seconds Count
According to physicians, the top driver for connected health technologies like smartphones and tablets is to improve the quality of care. Who's on Call? Reaching the Right Provider When Seconds Count? walks you through how to integrate a communication solution that brings together the staff directory, web-based on-call schedules, secure texting apps, and physician-specific information .