Tag: mobile device

April 21, 2017 | by OnPage

Use secure messaging to improve your hospital’s workflow

Studying the impediments to effective hospital workflow is at the top of the agenda for many hospital administrators’ lists. This is because inefficiencies are costly. One of the major contributors to these inefficiencies is insecure text messaging. In fact, over $11 billion is wasted each year due to the inefficiency of pagers and the lack … Continued

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February 21, 2017 | by OnPage

One of Boston’s Finest Hospitals Takes in OnPage

Boston is known world-wide for the high quality of medical care its hospitals deliver to patients from Boston as well as those coming in for treatment from abroad. The following case study details the specific alerting and paging needs of the doctors in the internal medicine department at one of these hospitals. This hospital has … Continued

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February 5, 2015 | by OnPage

OnPage Adds Urgency and Security to Enterprise Communications

OnPage addresses the need for time-sensitive messages to rise above the chatter for IT-professionals, healthcare providers and disaster recovery teams to ensure urgent messages are never missed. WALTHAM, Massachusetts — Onset Technology, creator of OnPage announced the release of its new and improved version of the application. OnPage® addresses users’ needs for Time-Sensitive Messages to … Continued

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January 29, 2015 | by OnPage

OnPage Continuous Messaging for 2015

OnPage Priority Messaging announced the release, on Jan 29, 2015, of OnPage for 2015, a major new update that represents an evolution in mobile communications and  addresses customer requests for expanded features, capabilities, and settings in areas ranging from back and forth continuous messaging, on-call scheduling management, secure priority messaging, and notifications. OnPage for 2015  is … Continued

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September 18, 2014 | by OnPage

6 Tips For Establishing a BYOD Policy

Before we even consider the 6 tips for establishing a BYOD policy, why should companies consider letting their employees bring their own personal devices to work? Some studies show productivity gains by employees using their own devices. Many companies are of the opinion that allowing employees to use their own devices at work increases morale. … Continued

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December 10, 2013 | by OnPage

Get the Ultimate Control Over Your Messages

Presenting the world’s most advanced web dashboard for group or individual paging, monitoring response, analyzing and reporting. Previously named Web Management Console, the OnPage Control System allows you to manage all your company’s communications easily and reliably. The system is unbelievably user friendly and intuitive, totally secure, and it allows you to be in complete … Continued

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November 26, 2013 | by OnPage

Knowledge Is Key For Pager Replacement

Communication processes are continuing to be streamlined by new technologies and new gadgets. Traditional pagers once used to hold important functionality but now lack very important features. Users who want the paging functionality without the actual pager are turning towards more advanced technologies to replace their pagers.   Users who are looking to replace their pagers … Continued

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November 19, 2013 | by OnPage

Secured Texting is NOT Acceptable for Pager Replacement

Due to the new HIPAA compliance guidelines that came out in September, more organizations rush to get compliant messaging solutions such as secure SMS. However, there are many reasons why secured texting is NOT acceptable for healthcare communication and is NOT a suitable replacement for pagers. 1) Secured Texting does NOT enable messages to be … Continued

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November 6, 2013 | by OnPage

Privacy & Security Breaches

In the healthcare industry, a patient’s privacy and security are held to the highest standard. Healthcare professionals and organizations must adhere to many rules & guidelines including the HIPAA Security Role, HITECH act and the Joint Commission.  Breaching these deep regulations can result in expensive fines and lack of patient confidentiality. Nevertheless, these breaches do occur more frequently than … Continued

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