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January 16, 2020 | by Christopher Gonzalez
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Six Healthcare Trends in 2020

In the ever-changing healthcare industry, hospitals or treatment centers continue to experience an upswing in technology innovation and adoption. Tech innovation in healthcare equates to quick response times and maximum patient satisfaction. At its core, new technology and processes are built to streamline healthcare workflows, ensuring that patient issues are always addressed. In this post, … Continued

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December 11, 2019 | by Noor Khayyat
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Five Ways How OnPage Reduces Physician Burnout

Physicians surveyed listed administrative tasks as a key cause of frustration and physician burnout. Accordingly, this results in workplace issues including, delays in communication, mishaps in surgery and monitoring failures. Fortunately, OnPage curated its HIPAA-compliant, clinical communications solution to help reduce physician burnout and improve care team collaboration, preventing dire consequences in the process. OnPage’s … Continued

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November 25, 2019 | by Ritika Bramhe
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Sensitive Medical Data Hacked by Unsophisticated Software

There’s a solid rationale behind replacing antiquated technology, as they fail to keep pace with how the healthcare environment is evolving. One such invention is the good, old pager.  Recently, the U.K.’s National Health Service Trust (NHS) was on the radar when the organization’s sensitive medical data was hacked by an individual in North London. … Continued

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September 23, 2019 | by Noor Khayyat
HC Summit 2019

OnPage’s Bucket List for the 2019 Healthcare Innovation Summits

The OnPage team is excited to announce that we’ll be attending two Healthcare Innovation Summit events this year, taking place in Boston and Minneapolis. Healthcare summits provide a platform for companies to gain a deeper understanding of best practices for AI, cybersecurity and using healthcare IT in tackling different issues. Healthcare Innovation Summit Keynote Speakers … Continued

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September 17, 2019 | by Ritika Bramhe
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Large Diamond Mining Organization Adopts OnPage

Diamond mining is recognized as a dangerous occupation, causing serious accidents for mineworkers across the globe. Often times, these incidents turn out to be fatal because the victim didn’t receive immediate care from first responders. However, significant strides are being made to minimize the impact of these accidents by large, international organizations. In our latest … Continued

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March 12, 2019 | by Christopher Gonzalez
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U.K. Calls a “Brexit” on Pagers

National Health Service’s (NHS) recent announcement on the ban of the pager represents great news for U.K. healthcare organizations and their practitioners. The ban not only represents a transformative move, it also showcases pagers’ lackluster performance in providing secure, clinical communications. Now that pagers are making their way out of U.K. facilities, I’ll highlight what … Continued

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January 7, 2019 | by Christopher Gonzalez
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Cybersecurity in Healthcare 2019

We all know the phrase, “New year, new me.” However, for hackers, this mantra has long been forgotten. Regardless of the year, malicious parties will continue to find innovative and new ways to target the healthcare industry. That’s why in 2019, healthcare facilities should be aware of the cybersecurity threats plaguing the industry, with criminals … Continued

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December 21, 2018 | by Christopher Gonzalez
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OnPage’s Top Healthcare Blogs of 2018

It’s no secret that we, at OnPage, are passionate about healthcare and the clinical professionals that make the industry go ‘round. It’s through our appetite for this industry, which lead us to publish several, interesting blogs about healthcare and its related topics in 2018. It’s been a successful year and we look forward to 2019, … Continued

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