Leading Veterinary Hospitals like University of Minnesota and MedVet are adopting practices and technologies from the human healthcare sector to improve staff efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Vocera Wireless Hands Free Communications system is in place in over 1,000 hospitals and is growing rapidly in the veterinary care market.
- Improve staff communication
- Improve client communication
- Faster response to emergent situations
The power to reach staff members instantly with the right information wherever they are located impacts the care of your client’s pets.
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A progressive veterinary teaching hospital, the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center is always looking for innovative ways to improve operational efficiencies and animal care. In fact, the University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center is the first veterinarian teaching hospital to use Vocera technology.
If one of our team members is in a stall working on a horse, and suddenly the animal pins the provider against a wall, he or she needs a reliable and fast way to call for help using their voice. The hands-free feature of the Vocera Badge is a very valuable safety benefit for the staff.Pat Berzins, Director of Operations, University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center.