Since implementing Voalte alerts, UCSF Health telemetry technicians have significantly more time to spend monitoring patients instead of making or answering phone calls to locate a nurse.
Using data from the easily accessible reports and dashboards in Voalte Insight, Exeter Hospital found that 5,000 of the 35,000 Voalte weekly text messages (or 17%) were either “OK” or “Thank you.”
How Massachusetts General overcame language barriers by replacing interpreters’ pagers with smartphones.
At VUE19 today, Christopher Kirwan, PhD, talked about how his Medical Interpreter Services (MIS) department at Massachusetts General Hospital switched from pagers to Voalte smartphones to reduce delays in care and provide better experiences for the hospital’s providers, interpreters, staff and patients.
This morning, Trey Lauderdale, VP and GM of Care Communications and Paul Johnson, President of Patient Support Services at Hillrom, launched the Voalte User Experience conference, VUE19, with a challenge to the 200+ attendees: “Think bigger and don’t hold back!”
Mercy Health Muskegon improves response times by combining Hillrom™ Nurse Call with Voalte™ Mobile solutions.
Mercy Health Muskegon, which is part of Trinity Health, connected care teams across its old campus to its new medical tower with a care communications platform that combines Hillrom nurse call with Voalte mobile solutions.
We’re seeing explosive growth in centralized telemetry units, where technicians watch banks of monitors for crucial signals on each patient’s clinical condition. By generating real-time, actionable alerts directly to the appropriate nurse, monitor technicians can support patient care when the nurse is not in the room.