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February 15, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus
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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

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January 30, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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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

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January 19, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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How to improve healthcare BYOD and HIPAA compliance

Ensuring effective and secure communication in the age of healthcare BYOD Healthcare organizations are experiencing a significant rise in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). In fact, Becker Hospital Review research says that 85% of healthcare workers bring their own devices to work. Yet along with this rise in BYOD comes an increased vulnerability to being hacked. … Continued

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January 2, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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2016 – OnPage Year in Review

This past year has been one of great growth and performance for OnPage. We have added many features and integrations to the product, making 2016 an awesome year. We see these steps forward as the basis for future growth. Integrations BVoIP – BvoIP offers voice systems that advance the way teams communicate during critical situations. … Continued

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December 29, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation

OnPage brings critical communications to the smartphone age

Boston Business Journal writes: OnPage brings critical alerting to smartphone In an article published on December 27th, the Boston Business Journal published an article highlighting how OnPage has brought critical alerting to the modern age in healthcare. OnPage CEO Judit Sharon is quoted in the article as saying: “The change is really, really, really slow … Continued

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December 21, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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OnPage healthcare alerting

The 21st century solution to antiquated pagers We know that doctors have a love affair with their pagers but healthcare communication is seeing a shift away from pagers to smart phone based communication. OnPage is the fastest provider of critical messaging and alerting services via smartphone and is quickly being adopted by healthcare institutions who … Continued

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November 16, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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A Tale of HIPAA Compliance

How a physician’s request violated HIPAA Compliance Earlier this week we received an interesting request from one of our customers. The customer is a physician who faced the following issue in the OR: I am a physician who finds it inconvenient to constantly have to give the room circulator my pin number to see a … Continued

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October 13, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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Seven reasons why we need pager alternatives in healthcare

Pitch the pager or face the consequences While smartphones have become the manner of communication for most professionals, pagers are still used in many professions as the standard mode of communication. This choice for pagers comes with significant consequences and indeed many suggest the need for finding pager alternatives in healthcare. For example, pagers are not … Continued

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September 15, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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OnPage app helps prevent HIPAA violations and ransomware attacks

OnPage helps thwarts HIPAA violations Avoiding HIPAA violations and combating potential ransomware attacks are top of mind for many healthcare institutions. In theory, avoiding HIPAA violations should be straight forward as HIPAA requirements are very specific in what they do and don’t allow hospitals to do during communications with their staff physicians. HIPAA legislation clearly prohibits the use … Continued

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