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

Mobile Heartbeat launches smartphone application to enhance patient care communication

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

HIMSS 2014: Improved Care Team Communications Through Mobile Heartbeat CURE

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.

For hospital communications, the future has arrived

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.

Mobile Heartbeat CURE Improves Care Team Communications, Enabling Better Patient Care at a Lower Cost

Mobile Heartbeat today introduced Mobile Heartbeat CURE (Clinical Urgent REsponse), a smartphone application enabling secure mobile clinical communications. Designed for patient care teams, MH-CURE enables all care team members to know who else is on the team and to view the availability of other team members at all times. MH-CURE provides nurses, physicians and technicians with secure, single smartphone access to all clinical communications, pertinent patient information and lab data. MH-CURE is the only solution with a true understanding of clinical team workflow and a patientcentric approach to enable more efficient care delivery, cost and time savings, and, ultimately, better patient care.

Smartphones Changing the Delivery of Medical Care

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