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Category: Healthcare & Healthcare IT

December 4, 2013 | by OnPage Corporation

Minimize Server Downtime or Pay Thousands!

A recent study done by Ponemon Institute & Emerson Network Power shows that healthcare organizations face an average cost of $690,000 per outage incident. This comes as a 41 percent increase since 2010. The study also shows that larger groups with more extensive IT systems could pay our nearly as much as $1.74 million per … Continued

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November 19, 2013 | by OnPage Corporation

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 5, 2013 | by OnPage Corporation

Email & SMS: NOT Good Enough For IT Monitoring

Are you an IT Administrator staring at your phone’s screen all day waiting for an email or text?  Have you ever missed a CRITICAL email or text because it didn’t grab your attention? Using email and SMS for network alerts has been a widely used practice since the early 90’s, but is not an effective … Continued

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April 1, 2013 | by OnPage Corporation

Case Study: Total Connections

      Total Connections Uses OnPage to Ensure Medical Communications are HIPAA Compliant Business Situation Bill Campbell, President and founder of Total Connections, LLC, was fielding increasing requests from his healthcare, EMT, and law enforcement clients to help reduce the cost of their secure pager systems. Solution OnPage provided Total Connections with the reliability, … Continued

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July 25, 2011 | by OnPage Corporation

Pitch Your Pager Device for a Smartphone

  Do you still use a pager? If you answered yes, you’re not alone.  Many hospital, healthcare and emergency response workers still own and use pagers as part of their daily operations. Pagers widespread but falling out of favor Hospitals routinely use pagers to alert physicians, respiratory therapists, and other important staff regarding when and … Continued

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