Tag: Diane Vautier

March 26, 2013 | by OnPage

Case study: Saint Francis Hospital

One of the Largest Private Medical Centers in the Country Eliminates Outdated, Costly Pager Technology by Embracing Secure Assured Messaging with OnPage Business Situation Dave Cote, Manager of Telecom & Network Engineering For Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center was looking for an inexpensive, secure and reliable pager replacement for over 2,000 pagers. Solution OnPage … Continued

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August 22, 2011 | by OnPage

New OnPage™ Feature: Web Console for Paging Management

Managing the paging communications function for large organizations like healthcare clinics or hospitals can be tricky. There may be tens, if not hundreds and sometimes thousands of contacts to manage, notify and track. It’s a challenge for any organization. Introducing the OnPage Web Management Console As part of our ongoing development specifically geared toward the … Continued

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August 4, 2011 | by OnPage

The Federal SERVE Act Could Rescue Volunteer Fire Fighters and Other First Responders

  Thousands of volunteers Firefighters and other first responders may finally be getting compensation for their selfless and heroic efforts. On July 11, 2011 New York Congressman Maurice Hinchey introduced the Supporting Emergency Responders Volunteer Efforts (SERVE) Act. According to New York’s WBNG News, “The SERVE Act would provide volunteer firefighters and emergency service personnel … Continued

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July 25, 2011 | by OnPage

Pitch Your Pager Device for a Smartphone

  Do you still use a pager? If you answered yes, you’re not alone.  Many hospital, healthcare and emergency response workers still own and use pagers as part of their daily operations. Pagers widespread but falling out of favor Hospitals routinely use pagers to alert physicians, respiratory therapists, and other important staff regarding when and … Continued

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July 12, 2011 | by OnPage

Paging Customer Service. Hello? Hello?

It’s tough being a pager customer today. Once admired by those around them as well-connected leaders of instant communication, pager users now experience reduced or inadequate pager coverage, suffer the frustration of poor customer service, and must endure the harsh jokes about dated technology. Although we can’t do anything about the bad jokes, we can … Continued

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May 31, 2011 | by OnPage

Healthcare May be Broken But Healthcare IT is Alive and Well

  “Healthcare in America is broken”. At least that’s what many politicians tell us, but when it comes to healthcare IT, well that doesn’t appear to be broken at all. As a developer of replacement technology for paging communication systems, OnPage sees healthcare IT as a self-healing system with high-technology entrepreneurs, cracker-jack software developers and … Continued

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