WALTHAM, Mass. — September 5, 2018 —
Mobile Heartbeat®, a leading provider of mobile healthcare enterprise solutions that improve clinical workflow and care team communication, today announced the launch of a new user interface for MH-CURE™, it’s secure clinical communications and collaboration platform, delivering a dramatically improved user experience. The company also recently became an Apple Mobility Partner, joining a group of app developers and solution providers that are building enterprise-grade solutions for iOS to change the way businesses work.
The new MH-CURE user interface provides improved navigation, increased accessibility to the app’s functions, redesigned alerts and notifications for easier viewing, urgent notification banners and a more streamlined messaging interface, giving users a modern, familiar experience that helps them be even more efficient in their workflows.
“Torrance Memorial Medical Center had the opportunity to work closely with Mobile Heartbeat on this new version of MH-CURE and recommended improvements to workflows that will benefit our staff and patients,” said Bernadette Reid, Vice President of Information Technology and CIO, Torrance Memorial Medical Center. “We’re excited to see the final product with the new UI and roll it out hospital-wide.”
The features of the new MH-CURE user interface include:
- New Navigation: A new dashboard screen replaces the home screen and displays critical information such as the user’s role, availability, assigned patients and key actions including phone access and launch points. A new navigation bar displays MH-CURE’s functions, such as texting, patient lists, contacts and alerts, which are now visible from any screen in the application and accessible via a single tap. The navigation bar also makes it easier for users to know when they have unread notifications.
- Revamped Notifications Design: Utilizing iOS native notifications, MH-CURE now positions notifications at the top of the screen so as to avoid blocking current workflows. If a user is ready to read a notification immediately, they simply tap it to go to the relevant text, broadcast or alert. If the user needs to read it later, the notification count in the navigation bar provides quick direction.
- Urgent Notification Banners: Brightly-colored red and orange notification banners have been added to alert users when immediate action is required. The new banners remain visible across the bottom of the screen in the event that a user is disconnected from the network and missing incoming calls, texts and alerts. Additionally, unread urgent message notifications are also displayed on banners to remind the user to review them.
- Redesigned Alerts Interface: Missed calls, broadcasts, text messages and alert notifications are now clearly differentiated, making it easier for users to know what type of unread notifications they have received. Familiar red badges displaying the number of unread notifications are the new standard throughout MH-CURE. Additionally, pop-up alerts that previously blocked users from operating the app have been replaced, allowing users to continue their workflows whenever they receive alerts.
- Modernized Messaging: The MH-CURE text messaging interface has been rebuilt from the ground up to adhere to modern standards that users are familiar with and enable urgent messages to be sent and read faster and easier, thereby optimizing critical communications.
“Our new user interface is setting a new visual foundation for the future of the MH-CURE iOS apps,” said Mike Detjen, Chief Operating Officer at Mobile Heartbeat. “It is a dynamic and scalable foundation for MH-CURE’s future capabilities.”