Patrick de la Roza

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Patrick de la Roza is the senior vice president and general manager of Vocera EASE, providing executive oversight for a portfolio of solutions focused on creating improved hospital experiences for patients and families. He is passionate about creating and growing a business that positively impacts and helps people while fostering team development, strategic business growth, customer success, engineering, and innovation. Prior to joining Vocera, he was CEO and co-founder of EASE Applications, a medical software company created to make anxiety-filled waiting rooms a thing of the past. Prior to that, he served as an executive director for AdventHealth, one of the largest hospital systems in the U.S. Patrick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Business Management from the University of Florida and Master’s in Business Administration from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.

Articles by Patrick de la Roza

Vocera Ease Application vs. NICU Camera System

Even under the most ideal conditions, childbirth is inherently stressful and extremely emotional — for the baby as well as the parents and family. That’s only natural. But what if the unexpected happens? What if the newborn experiences complications and is transferred to a neonatal intensive…

Transforming the Experience
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Why Patient Satisfaction Surveys Matter

Let’s face it — patients have a lot to say about their healthcare experience and rightfully so. While you may not always want to hear the feedback — positive, negative, or indifferent — it’s crucial to listen to ensure incremental and long-term improvements to the patient experience. It’s also a…

Transforming the Experience
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How Video Conferencing is Improving Patient and Family Communication

The way in which many of us live our lives today is quite a bit different than how we did just a year ago. With the onset of the global pandemic, we have had to adjust how “we’ve always done” many things. From remembering to wear a mask the minute you step outside the comfort of your home, or…

Enhancing Care with Technology
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