See Us at Cisco Live!

We have the pleasure and privilege of being a partner of Cisco, and when they are off to exhibit at a tradeshow, they often take us along for the ride. We’ve joined them in their booth at several recent events, including HIMSS in Chicago in April and the eHealth Conference in Toronto last week.

This week in San Diego, we join them once again, but this time at their event — Cisco Live! — which is billed as “Cisco’s premier education and training destination for IT professionals worldwide.” The attendees are mainly developers but also include IT managers from the full spectrum of industries. We’ll be in Cisco’s booth in the DevNet Zone, showcasing MH-CURE®, our clinical communications smartphone application.

If you’re at Cisco Live, make sure to stop by and see a demo of MH-CURE.

The View From Our Corner at MUSE 2015

The MUSE Conference is our opportunity to meet and talk with MEDITECH users to find out what challenges they are seeing in their facilities with respect to care team communications, getting critical patient data to physicians and other clinicians and knowing who on the staff is assigned to each patient.

Mobile Heartbeat’s booth held down one of the four corners of the exhibition floor at this year’s MUSE, and even from the center of the floor you could see the top of the booth’s 20’ back wall showcasing MH-CURE, our clinical communications smartphone application. This was our third year exhibiting at MUSE, and once again it was an event packed with educational sessions offering a broad range of content for clinical information specialists. The main topics of discussion from the conference rooms to the exhibit hall to the banquet room for lunch were interoperability, Meaningful Use and — our area of expertise — mobile capabilities.

The conference also offered a highly entertaining opening session and interesting keynote speakers each morning, including Hoda Sayed-Friel, executive VP at MEDITECH. The welcome reception on Wednesday served such a wide variety of food and drink, you barely had room left to sample one of Nashville’s restaurants offering fine southern cuisine.

The most exciting part of the conference for us wasn’t our booth or the eloquent speakers however — it was the MUSE hospital site visits, which took place on Tuesday, the first day of the conference. The visits were to three HCA hospitals, two of which utilize MH-CURE — TriStar Southern Hills and TriStar Hendersonville. We were thrilled to find that our solution was prominently showcased on these visits. It was one more validation that healthcare is leveraging smartphone technology for clinical communications and realizing its potential for improving clinical staff workflow and patient responsiveness.