Mobile devices are dramatically changing the way healthcare professionals communicate in a hospital environment and smartphones are becoming the primary mechanism for communication between caregivers.

Read this whitepaper to learn how choosing the right solution can deliver significant results including increased staff efficiency, increased revenue and lower costs, and, above all, better patient care.

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In this age of healthcare reform and ever-present cost pressures, clinicians are busier than ever. It’s easy to see the value in tools that allow doctors to increase their efficiency and focus more of their attention on taking care of patients.

Download and use this eBook as a reference to learn how doctors can view patient-specific data on their smartphones and receive lab results. This means physicians don’t have to spend time making their way to a computer to get information. It’s right on their phones. Armed with that information, they can quickly communicate with other providers involved in that patient’s care. The platform also gives physicians the potential to send HIPAA-compliant text message.

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Much of the healthcare industry still conducts business by using older systems – including pagers and paper-based written records – which are not suitable for managing the clinical workflow requirements of modern healthcare organizations. With billions of dollars wasted annually in the US hospitals as a result of communication deficiencies, there is a clear need for a secure, advanced, and easy-to-use system that can address existing communication challenges.

Download this report to read Frost & Sullivan’s independent analysis that clearly shows how Mobile Heartbeat has successfully established itself as a leading provider of an integrated, holistic, flexible, and open secure mobile clinical communication solution.

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