Emergency Notifications

Quickly contacting personnel to respond to urgent situations is vital to providing better care for your patients. The 1Call MergeComm Integration Engine automates the process by streamlining your inbound and outbound communications.

Burnout in the medical profession is devastating and can lead to depression, medical errors, high turnover rates, and even suicide.

Red Alert emergency and event notification system provides the tools to notify the appropriate responders for emergencies, weather alerts, evacuations, as well as for daily, weekly, and monthly meeting and event reminders

Methodist is located in the heart of Peoria, Illinois, and includes a 330-bed hospital with almost 600 board-certified physicians. Methodist is committed to delivering outstanding healthcare, and takes pride in being patient driven, responsible, responsive, and ready to meet each of their patient’s needs.

Communication software and systems within a hospital are notoriously disconnected because they come from different vendors, operate on a variety of platforms, and are often specialized for each department. However, it’s necessary for data or partial data, from one system to be communicated to another system.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007, started out as a typical day at Hennepin Healthcare, then known only as Hennepin County Medical Center, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At just after 6:00 p.m. that day, tragedy struck. During the evening rush hour, the Interstate 35W bridge collapsed. 

If you step into any in-patient hospital or critical care center, you’ll notice one thing in common: near-constant, loud, piercing alarms. Of course, the purpose of an alarm is to get someone’s attention, immediately, when something abnormal occurs. One study records an average of 1.2 alarms heard by a nurse every 60 seconds, or as many as 359 alarms per medical procedure.

The ever-increasing threats from natural and human-made disasters have made the use of disaster response systems a necessity. Nearly two-thirds of U.S. residents live in areas that are rated as having a moderate to very high risk of experiencing a natural disaster (hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, hail, wildfires, and earthquakes).