HCA CNIO Annabaker Garber Will Share the Hospital System’s Experience and Communications Improvements Using MH-CURE
WALTHAM, Mass. — February 8, 2017 — Mobile Heartbeat, a leading provider of smartphone applications that improve clinical workflow and team communications, today announced it will be exhibiting at HIMSS17, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference and exhibition taking place February 19 – 23, 2017, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. The exhibition is February 20 – 22. Mobile Heartbeat will be in Booth #4895, demonstrating MH-CURE (Clinical Urgent REsponse), its secure smartphone application enabling clinical communications, patient-specific workflow and a real-time clinical team directory connecting all members of a patient’s care team.
Visitors at the Mobile Heartbeat Booth can also get an MH-CURE user’s perspective from Dr. Annabaker Garber, Vice President and Chief Nursing Informatics Officer with HCA (Hospital Corporation of America), which has implemented MH-CURE. Dr. Garber will be in the Mobile Heartbeat booth on Tuesday, February 21 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. to speak with fellow clinicians.
Dr. Garber will also be speaking February 21 at 10:15 a.m. at the 10th Annual Cisco Connected Health Summit at HIMSS17. Dr. Garber’s presentation, entitled “Cracking the Code on Secure Clinical Communications: How HCA Tackled One of Healthcare’s Most Common Challenges,” will follow HCA’s journey to select and implement a secure clinical communications solution and MH-CURE’s successful rollout and positive impact on throughput, clinician satisfaction and patient care.
Mobile Heartbeat will also be demonstrating MH-CURE in a dedicated kiosk inside Cisco’s booth, #1850. The demonstration will show MH-CURE using iPhone products and leveraging the Apple CallKit, which provides programmatic access to VoIP functionality.
MH-CURE provides unified Clinical Communication and Collaboration – multiple capabilities such as secure texting, Voice over WiFi, paging, broadcasting, alert integration, and other clinical system integration in a single application – enabling all clinicians across the enterprise to use one device/one application for all their communications and collaboration needs. MH-CURE also incorporates patient information and real-time, patient-specific care team information, improving workflow and care team collaboration. Care team members have the choice of using their own smartphone (BYOD) or sharing hospital-supplied Apple iPhones.
For more information on HIMSS17 and to register for the conference, visit: http://www.mobileheartbeat.com/news/events/.
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About Mobile Heartbeat
Mobile Heartbeat™ uses smartphones to improve clinical workflow and provide secure team communications, delivering better patient care at a lower cost. Mobile Heartbeat consolidates clinical communications, including alarms and notifications, pertinent patient information, lab data, texting, voice and photography. Based upon its Clinical Urgent REsponse (CURE) technology, Mobile Heartbeat provides a real-time clinical team directory that efficiently connects all members of a patient’s care team inside and outside the hospital as well as across multiple facilities. Eliminating the need for multiple devices, searching for caregivers and hunting for lab data, Mobile Heartbeat provides a highly efficient, patient-specific, clinical team collaboration solution. For more information, visit www.mobileheartbeat.com.