Voalte develops smartphone solutions that simplify caregiver communication. Ranked number-one and named 2017 Category Leader in the Best in KLAS: Software & Services report for the Secure Communications Platform segment, Voalte is the only company to offer a comprehensive Mobile Communication Strategy that enables care teams inside and outside the hospital to access and exchange information securely. Founded in 2008, Voalte is a privately held company based in Sarasota, Florida. Voalte solutions are now available to more than 132,000 caregivers throughout the United States.
Valley Medical Center is an acute care, non-profit community hospital in the suburbs of Seattle. An entity of University of Washington Medicine, Valley Medical Center has a network of primary care, urgent care and specialty care clinics throughout King County. HealthCare’s Most Wired and HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 awards are evidence of the hospital’s commitment to using innovative healthcare technologies to deliver high-quality care.
To meet growing demand and address the need for improved facilities, University of California San Francisco Medical Center spent 10 years and $1.5 billion on a new, three-building hospital complex in Mission Bay. The new facility includes a 289-bed children’s, women’s specialty, and cancer hospital complex, which opened to the public in February 2015 with state-of-the-art equipment and emerging technologies.
Voalte Me™ extends the capabilities of Voalte One™ by connecting caregivers inside and outside the hospital walls. In the hospital, they use hospital-owned shared devices, while those outside use personal smartphones. At Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Florida, physicians, nursing managers and administrators are relying on Voalte Me to send and receive secure text messages about patient care, strategize on how to alleviate weekend crowding in the Emergency Department, and disseminate group messages to the staff. And they do all this from outside the hospital, using their own personal smartphones equipped with Voalte Me.
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Healthcare organizations have been asking for a comprehensive communication platform that enables care teams inside and outside the hospital to access and exchange information securely.
A shared smartphone solution for collaboration at the point of care.
Physicians and others can use their personal smartphones to connect with Voalte users anywhere, any time.
When it comes to healthcare communication, no single software application can meet every need. To achieve seamless care collaboration, you need a comprehensive healthcare communication platform that provides multiple applications. To manage complex business functions, many market sectors have been shifting to a software platform model. Some platforms even offer development tools that allow companies to create their own applications.
Many hospitals consider the Emergency Department (ED) as their hospital’s front door. Some patients arrive seeking treatment for a sports injury or a bee sting. Others are rushed in by ambulance, suffering from a potentially life-threatening event.
A strong smartphone platform with secure texting lets physicians communicate with other healthcare providers without the inefficiencies of pagers and call-back loops. Be confident that your physicians are communicating securely inside and outside the hospital by choosing a smartphone solution that includes these three key elements.
UW Medicine’s Valley Medical Center dramatically improved patient outcomes after moving to a smartphone-based platform for clinical communication and alarm and alert notification.
This useful kit will provide you with best practices to successfully install and deploy smartphones. The Essential Smartphone Strategy Kit contains a checklist that helps you identify critical components to an efficient smartphone strategy, a webinar that provides insight to getting your strategy rolling, a white paper on a smooth integration and a case study focusing on one hospital’s success.
Voalte solutions are all about simplifying communication so doctors, nurses, therapists, nutritionists and other caregivers can spend more time taking care of patients. This kit gives you effective strategies to implement a care collaboration and communication platform for your healthcare enterprise.
This useful kit will provide you with best practices to successfully introduce smartphones to your clinical team. The Hospital Communication Success Kit contains a checklist to help evaluate your communication strengths and weaknesses, a white paper with steps to a smooth integration, an infographic on the cost of poor communication and a case study on one hospital’s success.