Unified Clinical Communications

Dynamic Care Team
“The hardest thing for a physician to do is contact another physician.”
- Allen Hsiao, Chief Medical Information Officer at Yale New Haven Health System

Effective communication between caregivers is one of the most important drivers of patient satisfaction and improved care outcomes. Poor communications in acute care settings is one of the leading causes of preventable death in the United States.

Mobile Heartbeat’s MH-CURE™ provides unified clinical communications including secure, HIPAA-compliant text, voice, paging, presence, alerts/alarms, and integration with other hospital messaging systems. This allows caregivers both inside and outside the hospital to collaborate quickly and easily, ultimately resulting in improved patient care.

“Mobile Heartbeat CURE offers secure texting and an amazingly simple interface…”
- Adnan Hamid, Director of Information Services at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

One of the most powerful features of the MH-CURE platform is the patient-centric Dynamic Care Team, seamlessly integrating staff assignments from a variety of sources. The Dynamic Care Team makes it possible for nurses, physicians and other caregivers to quickly and easily find out who is assigned to a given patient. It also provides the ability to contact one or all care team members through a simple and intuitive user interface.

“The key component to the MH-CURE smartphone, which I can’t stress enough and really makes Mobile Heartbeat stand out, is the Dynamic Care Team. Any time the physician, a case manager, the pharmacist, the nurse, nursing assistant, and even the charge nurse are present and caring for the patient, their names are linked to that patient under the Dynamic Care Team, so I don’t have to go through numerous steps to find who I want to talk to or know who belongs to that patient.”
- Wendy Edwards, Clinical Director at Eisenhower Medical Center

Unified Clinical Communications

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