St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital has won the 2015 Most Wired Innovator award from the American Hospital Association.
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The full-service community hospital serving approximately 200,000 residents in eleven communities recently implemented the Voalte smartphone solution.
Catholic Medical Center upgraded its internal communications, dropping pagers for smartphones that use special applications to streamline patient care.
Nearly all hospital staff carry a cellphone running software specifically designed by Voalte. Unlike spotty cell coverage, the system runs on a robust wifi network that reaches almost every corner of the hospital.
Boulder Community Health in October replaced a number of its traditional, landline phones with 250 iPhone 5S smartphones running specialty software by Voalte.
From interactive wall installations to wireless communication devices for the staff, cutting-edge technology is front and center at UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, a new $1.5 billion medical facility in San Francisco.
Voalte will sell Spectralink’s Android-based Pivot WorkSmart device with the Voalte One application, which combines voice over Wi-Fi calling, alarm and texts.
Spectralink and Voalte are joining forces to integrate the Voalte One solution with the Spectralink PIVOT WorkSmart device.
One of Southwest Florida’s fastest-growing technology firms plans to open a new research center this month in the downtown HuB incubator.
Voalte Chief Scientist Don Fletcher, former senior engineering manager at Google Voice, will lead Voalte Labs.