Negating the naysayers.
By Trey Lauderdale, Founder and CEO
Last week, comScore released its most recent data on key trends in the U.S. smartphone industry. It’s no surprise that Google Android leads with 52 percent OEM market share, while Apple holds 42 percent. It also shouldn’t surprise anyone that Blackberry clings to a mere 2.3 percent of the market. It was a different story six years ago, when we first launched Voalte. At that time, very few healthcare leaders could have anticipated that smartphones built on Android or iOS would be the preferred communication device at the point of care. Read more
Frisbie Memorial Hospital doctors and nurses save time with smartphones.
Using pre- and post-implementation studies, Frisbie Memorial showed that total communication time between doctors and nurses dropped 82 percent when it replaced pagers with smartphones. Read the case study
3 ways smartphones improve the ED throughput process.
When your Emergency Department gets bogged down, your hospital’s efficiency suffers. What if you had a communication tool that streamlined the patient throughput process? Download the white paper
Making care coordination a one-device job.
Spectralink and Voalte are joining forces to create an enterprise-wide communication platform for clinicians. Voalte One will be integrated with the Spectralink PIVOT WorkSmart device, giving users voice-over Wi-Fi calling, HIPAA-compliant text messaging, and alarm and alert integration on the Android operating system. Read more
Modern construction calls for modern communication.
By Jesse Owen, Area Sales Manager
Is your hospital planning a major renovation or new construction? If so, now is the time to upgrade from traditional communication systems to a solution that drives workflow to fit the new design. Read Jesse’s blog
When communication is critical.By Candace Smith, MPA, RN, NEA-BC, CNO
More than half (55 percent) of respondents to the HealthLeaders Media 2014 ED Strategies Survey said their Emergency Department is “always or often overcrowded.” The crowding epidemic in our nation’s EDs has huge implications not only for patients seeking treatment, but also for the overall efficiency and financial health of every hospital. Read Candace’s blog
See Voalte One in action.
Take a look at our quick video, then start planning your Mobile Communication Strategy. Watch the demo