Minimize Interruption Fatigue
Engage Intelligent Workflow Engine
In too many hospitals, clinicians are bombarded with alarms, most of which don’t require clinical intervention. At the same time, they face delays in receiving critical information from the EHR and other systems. It all adds up to interruption fatigue and toil, and it puts patient safety at risk.
Vocera Engage works behind the scenes to make it easy for care teams to prioritize and respond to alarm notifications, communicate, and deliver safer patient care.
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Unify Communications to Unify Care Teams with a Single Vendor
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reduce the burden
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Strengthen Patient Safety
The Engage intelligent workflow engine is FDA 510(k) cleared middleware built into the Vocera Platform. It provides a true communication infrastructure and complies with all applicable regulatory requirements.
- Clinicians receive only the communications and notifications they need and can be sure important information reaches the right recipient, whether they are using Vocera communication software or third-party messaging software.
- Enhance patient safety and enable interoperability with other systems.
- Allow delivery of filtered and prioritized alarm notifications using rules set by your organization.
- Eliminate the need to purchase and manage third-party middleware.
A Few of Our Integration Partners
It was frustrating for our nurses to be in the patient room with alarms constantly sounding on their phones.
Clinical Manager at
Sentara Princess Anne Hospital
Reducing Alarm Interruptions and Fatigue
Sentara Princess Anne Hospital NICU
Nurses often received secondary patient-monitor alarm notifications on their phones while caring for and in proximity of a patient. Ancillary alarms contributed to interruption fatigue and alarm desensitization. Unnecessary noise was also disruptive and overstimulated the infants.
- Needed a solution that would send ancillary patient monitor alarm notifications only when nurses were away from the primary patient monitor.
- Used existing RTLS to establish a continuous nurse location signal in the NICU and share it with the Vocera alarm management system.
Reduced secondary alerts
by 54% within 30 days
Decreased ancillary, non-clinical
alarm notifications by 27%
fatigue by 63%
How to Strengthen Patient Safety:
Connect Care Teams and Improve Clinical Workflow
Having a scalable, flexible communication strategy relies on connecting all the people and information needed to deliver care.
Follow a nurse as she collaborates with the care team and cares for her patients. Interruptions are minimized so she can focus on delivering the safest care.