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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.
Learn about how OnPage was implemented at Alberta Health Services to mitigate the spread of communicable diseases
Healthcare institutions can eliminate the middle man and streamline the process of their patients communicating with their healthcare provider instantly!
Learn about how OnPage can be used for small clinics and large healthcare institutions.
Pagers are problematic in healthcare. Several leading institutions note that their physicians have missed pages. Here are a few of the findings from important research studies on the problems with pagers.
SAGE NeuroHospitalist saves $100,000 annually thanks to OnPage: intelligent alert management system. Now, SAGE no longer needs to pay staff to administer pages.