Vocera solutions meet Veterans Affairs (VA) requirements for an integrated communication system that facilitates safe, effective, and timely communication to enhance patient-centered care delivery. No vendor of communication solutions for healthcare comes close to our depth and breadth of security credentials and validation. In fact, Vocera received FIPS 140-2 certification for the Vocera Badge, certificate #2107.
The VA has deployed the Vocera communication platform in more than 80 VA locations. One hundred percent of Veterans Integrated Service Networks (VISNs) currently use Vocera.
Facilities with Vocera deployments include: Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center, Cincinnati VA Medical Center, Washington D.C. VA Medical Center, Palo Alto VA Medical Center, Las Vegas VA Medical Center, and Sacramento VA Medical Center.
100% of VA VISNs are currently using Vocera.
Here are a few VA facilities where Vocera is deployed:
- Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center
- Cincinnati VA Medical Center
- Washington D.C. VA Medical Center
- Palo Alto VA Medical Center
- Las Vegas VA Medical Center
- Sacramento VA Medical Center
Vocera solutions help streamline operations, and reduce readmissions, length of stay, and sentinel events. In addition, they can improve:
- Communication efficiencies
- Nurse response times
- Care team collaboration and communication
- Patient outcomes, throughput, safety, and satisfaction
- Staff experience
Vocera solutions are built in alignment with the One-VA Technical Reference Model v 17.7
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Deanna Parker, MBA, MHA, BSN, RNAssistant Vice President, Emergency Services
at Baptist Health Hardin
“Wearing the Vocera Badge helps our employees feel safer knowing that the touch of a button will dispatch security or safety personnel.”
David Lee, MD, FAANChief Medical Information Officer
“I use the Vocera smartphone app to securely connect to the care team. It enables us provide more efficient and responsive patient care.”