Wireless Infrastructure News

  1. USA Mobility Announces Name Change To Spok

    USA Mobility, Inc., including Amcom Software and USA Mobility Wireless, recently announced a new corporate name—Spok—launching a new era in critical communications with an innovative and combined identity.

  2. Tely Labs Brings Affordable Mobile Telemedicine Solution To Healthcare Industry With telyMed MTS-100 Mobile Station

    Tely Labs - maker of the award-winning telyHD video calling system - recently announced telyMed MTS-100 Mobile Station, an integrated telemedicine workstation designed to meet the needs of healthcare providers for security, mobility and ease of use at the point of care, at less than half the cost of existing mobile telemedicine carts.

  3. Hospital IT Leaders Agree On Network Priorities And Future Wireless Challenges

    Today HIMSS Analytics, with the support of Comcast Business, releases the results of a study of hospital IT leaders on information network challenges and barriers, as well as strategies being implemented to address current and future network demands.

  4. Disposable Wireless Sensor Market Shows Signs Of Life – Healthcare Shipments To Reach 5 Million In 2018

    The market for disposable wireless Medical Body Area Network (MBAN) sensors within professional healthcare is in its earliest stages, but key foundations to support adoption are now in place.

  5. Aprima EHR And Homecare Homebase™ Automation Software Interface To Launch This Summer

    Aprima Medical Software announced today that its award-winning EHR and Practice Management system will soon interface with the home healthcare market's leading automation software, Homecare Homebase,  a technology partnership expected to eliminate almost all of the duplicative documentation typically associated with home healthcare visits.

  6. Upcoming Webinar: Benefits from the Experts - Implementing Mobility In Healthcare

    Healthcare is about people – but it is also about data.  A lot of data.   The right mobile solution can make data management easier, more efficient and more effective.  We’ve gathered experts from mobile technology and healthcare to share insights on mobile solution selection and implementation.

  7. Children's Hospitals And Clinics Of Minnesota Becomes First Pediatric Hospital In U.S. To Develop Interoperability Between Infusion Pumps And Electronic Medical Records

    Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota announced it has successfully implemented a new automated system which is significantly reducing medication errors by wirelessly transmitting data between patients' infusion pumps and electronic medical records (EMR).

  8. Samsung Brings Power And Portability To Healthcare With The Galaxy Note 8.0 Tablet

    Samsung Electronics America, Inc. today announces that the Galaxy Note 8.0 is coming to the U.S. market on April 11. Unveiled globally at Mobile World Congress in February, the Galaxy Note 8.0 will be available in stores and online at retailers including Amazon, Best Buy/Best Buy Mobile, h.h. gregg, Newegg, P.C. Richard & Son, Staples and TigerDirect.com.

  9. Vocera Ships 500,000th Communication Badge

    Vocera Communications, Inc., the leading provider of mobile communication solutions that address critical productivity and safety challenges facing healthcare, hospitality, retail and other mobile work environments, recently announced the shipment of its 500,000th Vocera Communication Badge to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital (New London, Conn.).

  10. Five Technological Developments That Will Change Healthcare In The Asia-Pacific Region

    Frost & Sullivan recently issued a health industry analysis stating that five major technological developments would transform healthcare delivery in the Asia-Pacific region over the next decade.