We’ve seen some significant technology game-changers in the healthcare communication space. Each has provided huge benefits to patient care and nursing staff efficiency. But as with most quantum leaps in technology, it has taken some time and experience to get it right. Read Ben’s blog
Lessons from mHealth history.
By Trey Lauderdale, Founder and CEO
It’s important to appreciate and learn from mHealth history, particularly the successful deployments of older enterprise healthcare technologies. I’m excited to announce that the “Godfathers of mHealth” will participate in a panel discussion at VUE15, the Voalte User Experience conference coming this November. Read more
Case study: WakeMed Health & Hospitals switches to smartphones and reduces repair costs by $47,000 per year.
IT professionals and nurses at WakeMed Health & Hospitals had specific requests when it came time to upgrade to a new communication system. They wanted a simple smartphone that would be easy to read and navigate, battery life that would last through a long shift, and the ability to see caregivers. Read the case study
News: Bay Area Regional Medical Center First to Use Spectralink PIVOT with Voalte One.
Bay Area Regional went live site-wide with Spectralink PIVOT devices in March 2015. PIVOT runs on the Android operating system, and the devices are shared by nurses and support staff, who have adapted quickly to the new technology. Read the story
Blog: What a fantastic VUE!
By Naila Maroon, Marketing Communications Director
VUE15 will bring together Voalte customers who have not only imagined ways to improve healthcare for their caregivers and patients, but who have actually implemented the new technologies that make those improvements possible. Read Naila’s blog
Guest blog: Changing the game and getting it right.
By Ben Guderian, Director of Business Development, Spectralink
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