Dramatic Improvement in Communication Among Nurses, Physicians and Families
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center replaces obsolete communication devices with Voalte iPhones, giving clinicians two-way texting, real-time communication via a presence-based directory, and voice and alert delivery, all in one device. Read the full case study.
Texas Children's Hospital Significantly Reduces Unnecessary Interruptions
Texas Children’s Hospital is the first pediatric facility in the country and the first hospital in Texas to use iPhones with Voalte’s innovative solution for point-of-care communication. The hospital has rolled out Voalte iPhones in its new West Campus facility and maternity center. Read the full case study.
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Improves Point-of-Care Communication
Nurses and other point-of-care workers at Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester, N.H. are using iPhones to improve their communication and increase efficiency, thanks to Voalte's first-of-its-kind integrated communication solution. Read the full case study.
Huntington Memorial Hospital Decreases Alarm Overload and Fatigue
Cutting edge technology is now increasing the efficiency of nurses at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, Calif. Nurses and other point of care workers are now able to receive all of their voice, alarm, and text messages on their iPhones, thanks to Voalte's first-of-its-kind healthcare application. Read the full case study.
Sarasota Memorial Health Care System Enhances Clinical Communication
When Voalte sought to test its technology, it turned to Sarasota Memorial Health Care System. A regional referral center known for the breadth and depth of its patient care, the 806-bed facility is Florida's second largest acute-care public hospital and one of the nation's most respected. Read the full case study.