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'It'll ease your mind:' Pee Dee hospital uses app to keep families informed during surgery

Hospital leaders with the Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center in Hartsville hope the Vocera Ease application, can help keep patients and patient families mind at ease.

"Whether it be pre-op, in the operating room, or recovery, we're able to send updates along the way to the family. Which makes them feel at ease with the process because they are able to know whats going on in the process a little bit better," said nurse Emily Jones.

Hospital uses app to help patients, family communicate

HARTSVILLE, S.C. (WBTW) — Starting Tuesday, Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center staff, patients and their loved ones can use an app to help further ways of communicating virtually. The free app is called the Vocera Ease application.

Carolina Pines unveils mobile app

Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center has a new Vocera Ease application that it hopes will improve patient and family communication. The application enables nurses and other healthcare professionals to send secure texts, photos, and video updates to a patient’s designated loved ones during a hospital stay or medical procedure. Family members and friends can respond to updates with emojis, giving immediate feedback and support to caregivers.

Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center Implements Mobile App to Improve Human Connections

Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center announced today that it will deploy the Vocera Ease application to improve patient and family communication on Tuesday, September 21, 2021.

Sparrow rolls out smartphone app to keep newborns, parents connected

Sparrow’s NICU recently began using EASE, a smartphone app, to keep parents connected and updated on their newborns’ health and progress.

Sparrow Hospital rolls out new newborn "EASE" program app

A new messaging system is helping parents of babies in Sparrow Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit monitor how their newborns are doing. The system is called EASE. It’s an app on a device at every baby’s bedside. Parents who install the app on their smartphones receive text messages and photos, and they also can watch a livestream of doctor visits when they can’t be there in person.

Orlando-based Healthcare Technology Company Makes an Even Bigger Impact After Vocera Acquisition

When COVID-19 restricted visitors at hospitals across the country, Vocera Ease helped loved ones go inside.

Orlando software firm Ease expands office, adds jobs and more after acquisition

When Patrick de la Roza, CEO of Orlando startup Ease Applications, last year got an invite from an executive at Vocera Communications Inc. for a Zoom call, de la Roza assumed he was in for a nonchalant conversation about the work Ease was doing in the clinical communications field.

New app helps parents virtually visit NICU babies

The Vocera Ease App is a new development many parents and families are using at the Beverly Knight Olson Children's Hospital here in Macon.