With 61 million pagers used globally in 1994, the pager was a staple of the healthcare industry in the ‘90s.

However, as the decade ended, so did the use of the traditional pager. Pagers create waste, prolonging the clinical communication process, and, thus, increasing the patient’s average length of stay (ALOS).

This whitepaper evaluates the diminishing use of the ‘90s pager and provides insight into:

  • Six major limitations of pagers
  • Improving clinical communication and efficiency through pager alternatives
  • The benefits of ditching pagers for 21st century solutions

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pagers in the 90s