WALTHAM, Mass. — April 18, 2018 —
Mobile Heartbeat®, a leading provider of mobile healthcare enterprise solutions that improve clinical workflow and care team communication, today announced it has successfully completed Zebra Technologies’ Validated Program for MH-CURE™ (Clinical Unified Results Enterprise), its secure clinical communications and collaboration platform enabling unified communications, improved patient-specific workflows and a real-time clinical team directory connecting all members of a patient’s care team. This designation indicates to customers and partners that MH-CURE was successfully tested – confirming its performance and functionality with select Zebra devices.
MH-CURE transforms mobile devices into a powerful tool for streamlining clinical communication and collaboration workflow. MH-CURE unifies secure texting, voice over Wi-Fi, paging, broadcasting, alert integration, EHRs, and other clinical system integration in a single application, enabling care teams across the enterprise to use one device/one application to connect with each other and share pertinent, patient-specific information quickly and efficiently from wherever they are.
Zebra Technologies’ Validated Program enables eligible channel partners to test the interoperability of their software solutions with select Zebra mobile computers, scanners, printers, RFID readers, payment systems, wireless infrastructure and mobility management software products, meet user application-specific needs, and reduce both the risk and the deployment time for the user.
Working closely with Zebra engineering teams, Mobile Heartbeat has tested MH-CURE for interoperability with select products, including the Zebra TC51-HC mobile computer.
“Supporting the TC51-HC is a key strategy for us, as it is one of the leading enterprise-class mobile devices in healthcare,” said Ron Remy, CEO at Mobile Heartbeat. “By combining the TC51-HC’s ability to stand up to the harsh healthcare environment with our MH-CURE software, we are providing clinicians with a powerful communications platform.”