Media Coverage

September 23, 2016

The staff there is using a new app, all about serving patients better. “It’s really all about patient safety. It’s all about making sure we do the right thing with the right patient, and technology helps to provide that for us,” said Ann Smith, Chief Nursing Officer. And technology now has the staff at Capital Regional Medical Center combining patient care and smartphones.

September 08, 2016

HCA (NYSE: HCA), which operates 169 hospitals and 116 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom, announced today the signing of an agreement to purchase Mobile Heartbeat, a leading developer of applications for smartphones to improve clinical workflow and team communications. Mobile Heartbeat technology solutions consolidate clinical communications, including alarms and notifications, patient information and lab data, secure texting, voice and photography.

March 19, 2016

Mobile Heartbeat today announced that it has signed a contract with the group purchasing organization HealthTrust to become a product supplier to its member organizations that include integrated delivery networks, individual healthcare facilities, surgery centers and physician practices.

March 18, 2016

Mobile Heartbeat announced it has signed a contract with the group purchasing organization HealthTrust. Under the contract, Mobile Heartbeat will become a product supplier to HealthTrust’s member organizations that include integrated delivery networks, individual healthcare facilities, surgery centers and physician practices.

February 08, 2016

Patient care teams at Yale-New Haven Hospital, looking for a faster, more efficient and more secure way to communicate with each other in the emergency room, have adopted smartphone applications to speed up workflows.

January 07, 2016

Running around the halls of a hospital to find a doctor or nurse takes precious time. With healthcare secure messaging, one hospital is working to improve communication and efficiency.

In the emergency department, time is of the essence. Paging or calling sought-after doctors and nurses in that setting can be disruptive, and they may be too busy to answer.

October 08, 2015

Mobile Heartbeat, a provider of smartphone applications for improving clinical workflow and team communications, is now working with CDW, a provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare.

CDW will be “instrumental” in providing the Mobile Heartbeat Clinical Urgent Response (MH-CURE) smartphone application to a broader range of facilities in the healthcare market, a statement shared with mHealthWatch reads.

October 07, 2015

US-based provider of smartphone applications Mobile Heartbeat has entered a partnership with CDW, a provider of technology solutions to business, government, education and healthcare.

Under the deal, CDW will be involved in providing the Mobile Heartbeat Clinical Urgent Response (MH-CURE) smartphone application to a range of facilities in the healthcare market.

October 06, 2015

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/mobile-heartbeat-partners-with-cdw-to-deliver-mobile-solutions-improving-health-communications-2015-10-06

September 22, 2015

Communication, or the lack thereof, is the No. 1 contributor of clinical errors, according to the nonprofit Joint Commission, which accredits and certifies more than 20,500 healthcare organizations and programs in the U.S.1 What’s more, communication during care transitions plays a role “in an estimated 80 percent of serious preventable adverse events.”

February 19, 2015

Every now and then, someone–typically in the frenzy of actually advancing mHealth–says exactly the perfect phrase to define a mobile health strategy in the most concise and clear way.

This week, that honor goes to Edward Fisher, CTO at Yale-New Haven Hospital. The hospital is getting ready to kick off the MH-CURE smartphone-based app communications system that will completely change interaction between caregivers and the relationship between patients and doctors.

February 17, 2015

Doctors and nurses at Yale-New Haven Hospital will soon be able to stay abreast of their patients’ treatment wherever they are, thanks to a smartphone app that is quietly transforming patient care.

October 20, 2014

CIO.COM reports on 5 Ways Digital Health Startups Can Break From the Pack. Clinical apps need to be “HIPAA-plus” compliant in an era of evolving healthcare security threats, says Ron Remy, CEO of Mobile Heartbeat. “You need to go way beyond if you want a useful product.”

May 04, 2014

Mobile Heartbeat today introduced the Mobile Heartbeat CURE (Clinical Urgent REsponse) Camera Module for taking and viewing photos via the MH-CURE smartphone application.

January 31, 2014

Mobile Heartbeat recently introduced Mobile Heartbeat CURE (Clinical Urgent REsponse), a smartphone application enabling secure mobile clinical communications.

January 30, 2014

Mobile Heartbeat has announced the launch of Mobile Heartbeat CURE (Clinical Urgent REsponse), a smartphone application enabling secure mobile clinical communications.

January 30, 2014

Consolidating clinical communications, patient-centric workflow and a real-time clinical team directory, a secure smartphone application connects all members of a patient’s care team and enables better patient care at a lower cost.

January 28, 2014

King’s Daughters’ Health (KDH) in Madison, IN selected Mobile Heartbeat as their new communications system and it was more than just an IT decision.

January 12, 2014

NBC News’ RockCenter reports on how smartphones and wireless technology are changing the way physicians are treating patients.

Smartphones Changing the Delivery of Medical Care

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