OnPage is a cutting-edge technology company and a leader in clinical communication and collaboration. Through its clinical communications platform and smartphone app, OnPage gives healthcare providers a secure, reliable, fast way to communicate with colleagues for better patient outcomes. Organizations trust OnPage for HIPAA-compliant, secure messaging and critical mobile alerting.
As the preferred vendor of clinical communications in home healthcare, OnPage provides physicians, nurses and home healthcare administration an effective and secure incident management & communication tool that reduces costs, increases productivity and improves patient outcomes.
Poor communication among clinicians is pervasive and unfortunately results in serious and preventable patient harm. The problem of poor communication is clarified when noting that many clinicians use pagers as their primary mode of communications.
Keeping the patients comfort and immediacy-of-care in mind, this home healthcare agency and OnPage were able to implement the rock-solid reliable clinical communication platform, creating a seamless patient experience.
Despite rapid advances in healthcare technology, poor communication practices at hospitals persist and result in the breakdown of healthcare delivery. As a result, patients stay longer in hospitals and cost hospitals in excess of $12 bn per year.
This e-book provides tips for how healthcare leaders can ensure the adoption of secure BYOD use and policies.
Improving collaboration in the healthcare industry is vital. Clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) systems are the future and are embracing the use of mobile devices in the hospital or clinical setting.
If you are considering the implementation of secure clinical communications to improve provider performance and deliver better patient outcomes, then this is for you.
Gartner Research recently wrote that healthcare today is turning to mobile devices to improve care quality, care coordination and the patient experience. Why mobile devices? According to Gartner, the switch is because disjointed paging systems lead to inefficient clinical workflows.
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Healthcare institutions can eliminate the middle man and streamline the process of their patients communicating with their healthcare provider instantly!