February 23, 2017 | by OnPage

Vodafone sells their paging business – It’s time to replace the pager!

Vodafone made news this week for selling its pager business to Capita making the latter the only  service provider for the much loved but antiquated pagers in Britain. Pager users are moving towards smartphones and the infrastructure supporting pagers is diminishing. It only makes sense to make the change now. OnPage is here to offer … Continued

read more
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

read more
February 21, 2017 | by OnPage

OnPage Supports Veterans In PTSD Study

We at OnPage got an interesting request for Sara Carter a 5th year PhD in the clinical psychology program at George Mason. Her focus of study is on PTSD, stress, suicide, military couples and social support. Given the importance of Sarah’s subject matter and the critical need for better mental health services in the Army, OnPage gave … Continued

read more
February 16, 2017 | by OnPage

Who’s on First?

Improving hospital workflow through OnPage alerting At many points in a hospital’s functioning, workflow touches the outcome. Good workflow leads to good outcomes. And, similar to IT, good workflows are indicative of a lean organization. One particular area of the hospital that needs to feel the hand of technology and workflow improvement is doctor and … Continued

read more
February 15, 2017 | by OnPage

OnPage Supports Teleneurology through Telemedicine Pager

SAGE NeuroHospitalist is a privately held California-based company that provides rural clinics with neurological services through telemedicine. SAGE currently employs 15 physicians and works with 30 hospitals in small towns in California, Arizona and Nevada. They provide coverage to rural hospitals in their network 24/7, 365 days per year. SAGE is an OnPage power user and … Continued

read more
February 7, 2017 | by OnPage

 5 Powerful lessons for Start-ups from Tom Brady  

Sunday night’s stunning victory by the New England Patriots over the Atlanta Falcons was a real nail biter. At the end of the first half, I had been ready to call it quits and avoid the pain of watching my favorite hometown team get destroyed by Atlanta. Atlanta was ahead 21-3. I missed Lady Gaga because … Continued

read more
February 6, 2017 | by OnPage

Workflow in Healthcare Discussion with Charles Webster MD

Without workflow in healthcare, data is just a bottleneck In the weeks leading up to HIMSS I have been trying to get a pulse on the themes that will be driving the conversation at the Conference. One of the themes I have heard discussed at length is the concept of improving workflow in healthcare. Workflow … Continued

read more
February 1, 2017 | by OnPage

A very short primer on DIY, technical debt and DevOps alerting

A cautionary tale Faced with limited financing and a high burn rate, many startups focus on product development and application coding at the expense of back of operations engineering. The reasons for this focus are understandable to some extent. Companies need to develop product and unseasoned CEOs don’t always see the value in investing in … Continued

read more
January 30, 2017 | by OnPage

SAGE’s Telemedicine Embraces OnPage’s Critical Alerting

OnPage brings Secure Critical Messaging to Telemedicine SAGE Neurohospitalist Group began in 2012 when two neurologist recognized that there was a growing shortage of neurologists. This shortage was most acute in small towns and underserved communities. So, in a call back to the aphorism of “if the mountain won’t come to Mohammed …”,the SAGE’s founders … Continued

read more
January 25, 2017 | by OnPage

What everybody should know about log analysis and effective critical alerting

The Great Wall of China began construction in 7 B.C. to protect the Chinese kingdom from Eurasian warriors. Chinese soldiers would marshal forces to protect the Great Wall from enemy attack by using smoke signals to send alerts from tower to tower. This method of alerting enabled messages to be sent to garrisons hundreds of miles … Continued

read more
Page 1 of 2512345...1020...Last »
Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now