Patient care is dependent on a chain of data and information. It may be spoken or texted, or it may be exchanged with or among clinical or operational systems. Communication erodes and risk increases with every break or delay in this chain.
LYNNE DUNBRACK, Research Vice President of IDC Health Insights
RHONDA COLLINS, MSN, RN, Chief Nursing Officer, Vocera
GAUTAM "G" SHAH, VP of Products, Vocera
Join this in-depth discussion about key healthcare collaboration trends changing the landscape for hospitals and health systems. The rapid rise of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and affiliations between providers and hospitals has created increased communication fragmentation across the patient’s healthcare experience. The result is a greater challenge for clinical and IT leaders who must bring disparate clinical IT systems together to deliver a continuous, convenient and secure communication infrastructure for care teams across geographies, facilities, disciplines, and devices.
Christopher Roubique from Healthcare Business Insights and experts from Vocera review strategies to reduce alarm fatigue to improve patient safety and comply with requirements from the Joint Commission.
The Vocera Communication solution can optionally integrate with third party systems. This clip shows a nurse being contacted through the B3000 Communication Badge by a patient monitoring system.
Vocera empowers people in mission-critical environments to instantly connect via secure, mobile, integrated and intelligent communication solutions.