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Category: Pager Replacement

April 3, 2018 | by Orlee Berlove

British Doctors Try to Say Cheerio to Pager Use

We have often written on this blog about how pager use causes significant privacy issues for the doctors who use them and the patients whose data is exchanged. We have described how pagers prevent physicians from being able to immediately contacting their colleagues while simultaneously hindering a virtuous workflow. Turns out we’re not the only … Continued

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December 21, 2017 | by Orlee Berlove

Improving Hospital Workflow Through Better Clinical Communications

  How to improve your hospitals’ on call scheduling and critical messaging through workflow redesign At many points in a hospital’s functioning, workflow touches the outcome. The problem facing much of healthcare though is that the established workflow for alerting and messaging physicians is broken. What are ways for improving scheduling doctors? What are the potential … Continued

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March 22, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

Pager security in healthcare

The threats posed by unencrypted pagers We recently had a chance to interview Adam Greene, a lawyer in Washington D.C. with the firm Davis Wright Tremaine LLP. One of Adam’s most intriguing cases occurred in 2014 with a hospital client. This hospital’s doctors and staff used pagers to routinely communicate about a patient’s status or … Continued

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March 7, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

OnPage Ranks No. 1 for Mobile Healthcare Communications

At last month’s HIMSS17 conference in Orlando, Florida, OnPage Corporation received an award for the top-ranked Mobile Healthcare Communications platform. For the first time, OnPage Corporation has been named the top-ranked Mobile Healthcare Communications platform for the healthcare industry by Black Book Research. The award was given at the HIMSS17 Conference in Orlando, Florida in … Continued

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February 21, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

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 21, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

OnPage Supports Veterans In PTSD Study

We at OnPage got an interesting request for Sarah Carter a 5th year Ph.D. 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

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February 15, 2017 | by Shawn Lazarus

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 Orlee Berlove

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 24, 2017 | by Orlee Berlove

Land of the Walking Dead Zone

Why pager replacement is still an issue OnPage has what some might call a “hate/hate” relationship with pagers. Not much room for love. As we see it, pagers are an antiquated bit of technology. Pagers are dinosaurs which, like most dinosaurs, should be extinct by now. You might be wondering why we’re at it again … Continued

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