Vocera empowers care teams through intelligent, real-time communication. We enable communication and coordination across the patient’s Healthcare experience. Vocera helps care team members reach the right person at the right time, on the right device, with the right information, in the right place, anywhere.

The Vocera Vision



  • 3 Tips For Healthcare CIOs: Read Gartner’s Market Guide
    3 Tips For Healthcare CIOs: Read Gartner’s Market Guide

    Clinical communication and collaboration platforms can improve care quality, care team effectiveness and the patient experience. Healthcare provider CIOs and clinical leadership should use this guide to see where this market is heading and identify vendor exemplars.

  • Research Findings: Clinical Communication Strategy Is Key To Supporting Value-Based Care
    Research Findings: Clinical Communication Strategy Is Key To Supporting Value-Based Care

    HIMSS Analytics surveyed 256 executives from health systems, hospitals and clinics during the 2016 HIMSS conference to better understand how value-based purchasing is influencing hospital information technology decision-making.

  • If You Can't Rest, You Can't Heal
    If You Can't Rest, You Can't Heal

    Hospitals strive to provide a quiet healing environment. Unfortunately hospital staff alarms confuse patients with only 35% of patients thinking that hospital staff did a good job of explaining the alarms.

  • Humanizing Efficiency In Healthcare: Survey Results
    Humanizing Efficiency In Healthcare: Survey Results

    Healthcare leaders across the U.S. and Canada agree: Change has become the one constant on which healthcare organizations can depend. In this study we surveyed more than 80 senior healthcare executives to examine three key ideas.

  • The Evolving Role Of The Healthcare Chief Experience Officer

    To drive differentiation, loyalty, and growth for their organizations, a new cadre of health executives, Chief Experience Officers (CXOs), are gaining prominence. In this study we sought to examine three key ideas.

  • BYOD Strategy Is The Key To Achieving The Five Rights Of Clinical Communication

    More than 100 healthcare IT leaders were surveyed at HIMSS15 to get their opinion on the future of BYOD and healthcare communications. The survey results are in, and the results may surprise you. Key implications show that maintaining trusted relationships with care teams and affiliated physicians is vital for organizational growth; and their secured connectivity is critical to workflow efficiency, patient safety, and achieving high-quality outcomes.

  • HBI Report: Designing Communication Networks To Optimize Healthcare Outcomes

    Learn how hospital care team communication strategies can improve outcomes, satisfaction, and reimbursements.

  • Secure Mobile Communications In The Healthcare Industry: Supporting New Healthcare Delivery Models

    This Frost & Sullivan market insight report presents an overview of secure mobile communication solutions used in healthcare facilities within the United States. It highlights key success factors for secure mobile communication solution providers and offers strategic recommendations for hospitals that want to implement a secure mobile communication solution.

  • The Right Analytics Engine Is The Gateway To Effective Alarm Management

    The abundance of alarm stimuli within hospitals has long been problematic for clinicians to manage. Awareness of the serious consequences of ineffective alarm management has been growing, both within the healthcare industry and among the general public.

  • How A Multi-Tiered Strategy Can Reduce Readmission Rates And Significantly Enhance Patient Experience

    Hospitals that reduce readmission rates while simultaneously improving patient experience will reap the benefits of maximized reimbursements, lower costs, and higher market share — ultimately delivering higher quality care for patients.

  • Take Rounding To The Next Level To Improve Patient Satisfaction, Outcomes And Loyalty

    Rounding, the process of visiting patients and families at the bedside, serves many functions within a healthcare organization and has several documented successes, including improved patient safety, enhanced patient experience, better medical outcomes and staff efficiencies. Existing rounding approaches, such as “the 4 Ps model” (checking on Pain, Position, Potty, and Possessions), have demonstrated improvements in these parameters.

  • Is BYOD Right For Your Hospital?

    Bringing your own mobile device (BYOD) to the workplace, once considered a radical departure for Information Technology departments, is commonplace today. Some say the trend was sparked by the debut of the iPhone® , which was embraced by consumers but not necessarily by the enterprise. Whatever the impetus, it has become abundantly clear that many employees prefer to use their own mobile devices both at home and at work.

  • The CNO Perspective

    Discussions around healthcare trends, delivery, and reform can focus on many areas – quality improvement, training, medical treatments and outcomes, and reimbursement and financial issues, among other topics. But at the very core of healthcare delivery, in every facility across the world, nurses are the ones who coordinate a seamless journey for patients, families, and clinicians through skill, dedication, and the creation of hands-on caring relationships.

  • 7 Ways to Improve How Your Healthcare Organization Communicates And Collaborates

    While the healthcare industry is undergoing rapid change and adopting innovation in many areas, several challenges continue that affect patient safety and satisfaction, care-team communication and operational performance. These challenges can negatively impact patient outcomes and satisfaction.

  • Technology Evolves To Meet The Needs Of Mobile Nurses

    Nurses are the frontline when it comes to delivery of care. With our aging population and the nearly 20 million newly insured Americans under the Affordable Care Act, nurses will be even more heavily relied upon in coming years. By Rhonda Collins, MSN, RN, chief nursing officer of Vocera


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  • Vocera Collaboration Suite
    Vocera Collaboration Suite

    The industry's only HIPAA-compliant integrated voice and secure texting smartphone application that allows you to call by name or role, or broadcast to a group, and which also integrates with over 50 clinical systems. Vocera Collaboration Suite is a smarter way to communicate and collaborate; connecting you with the right person or group, at the right time, inside or outside the facility, on your device of choice.

  • Vocera Integrations To EHR, Nurse Call And More
    Vocera Integrations To EHR, Nurse Call And More

    Vocera integrates with more than 60 different clinical systems.

  • Vocera B3000n
    Vocera B3000n

    The new Vocera® B3000n Communication Badge builds upon the success of the B3000 Communication Badge and is a key component of the Vocera Communication System created to deliver a secure, integrated, and intelligent communication for our customers. The Vocera Badge has been designed from the ground up to meet the requirements of highly mobile workers who need to stay connected while keeping their hands free to perform their regular job duties. Utilizing an enterprise class Wi-Fi network, the Vocera Badge delivers hands-free, real-time voice communication between customers whenever needed.

  • Vocera Alarm Management & Analytics
    Vocera Alarm Management & Analytics

    Prioritize & respond to critical alarms in real time.

  • Vocera Care Rounds (Care Experience Module)
    Vocera Care Rounds (Care Experience Module)

    Measure and manage patient experience during a hospital stay in real time to evaluate gaps and deploy improvement interventions.

  • EHR Integration Ensures Real-Time Staff Communication
    EHR Integration Ensures Real-Time Staff Communication

    Accurate, reliable care team information.