Vanderbilt University Medical Center Implements MH-CURE

Vanderbilt University Medical Center Implements Mobile Heartbeat’s Clinical Communication and Collaboration Platform

WALTHAM, Mass. — March 28, 2018 —

Mobile Heartbeat®, a leading provider of mobile healthcare enterprise solutions that improve clinical workflow and team communication, today announced Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s (VUMC) enterprise-scale implementation of Mobile Heartbeat’s MH-CURE® clinical communications and collaboration platform at its two main facilities ─ the Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital and the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. The two hospitals together have over 1100 beds.

VUMC is integrating MH-CURE’s voice, text and broadcast capabilities with the hospitals’ Rauland-Borg nurse call system and Epic EMR system to unify all communications on one mobile device, enabling greater efficiency and improved workflows. MH-CURE has been fully implemented at the Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital and will be deployed at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt later in 2018. MH-CURE will be used across all departments at the two hospitals and will have over 10,000 users at VUMC once fully deployed.

“Mobile Heartbeat’s MH-CURE provides VUMC with the enterprise-scale platform they need to close the communications loop and reduce connect times between care team members,” said Jamie Brasseal, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Mobile Heartbeat. “Clinicians are now able to use a single device with applications unifying all their communications methods and streamlining workflows. MH-CURE enables enhanced collaboration that helps VUMC’s care teams improve their response and treatment times with patients, further elevating the level of care.”

“As a leading healthcare institution, VUMC sees the value in adopting a cross-facility unified communications platform to improve care team collaboration and efficiency,” said Ron Remy, CEO at Mobile Heartbeat. “We’re thrilled to be able to meet VUMC’s enterprise-level requirements and to satisfy the needs of both the IT department and the clinical teams to ensure high adoption and satisfaction.”

About Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC)

Managing more than 2 million patient visits each year, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is one of the largest academic medical centers in the Southeast, and is the primary resource for specialty and primary care in hundreds of adult and pediatric specialties for patients throughout Tennessee and the Mid-South. The School of Medicine’s biomedical research program is among the nation’s top 10 in terms of National Institutes of Health peer review funding, receiving more than $500 million in public and private awards during 2017.

The Medical Center is the region’s locus of postgraduate medical education, with over 1,000 residents and fellows training in more than 100 specialty areas. Vanderbilt University Adult Hospital and the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt are recognized each year by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” rankings as national leaders, with 19 nationally ranked adult and pediatric specialties.

Through the Vanderbilt Health Affiliated Network, VUMC is working with more than 60 hospitals and 5,000 clinicians across Tennessee and five neighboring states to share best practices and bring value-driven and cost-effective health care to the Mid-South. For more information, visit