Updated Premiere Vocera-ready Headsets Now Available

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on January 28, 2013

T2 is excited to announce the availability of the Premiere Vocera Headset with Boom and Flex Grip. Based on the Plantronics MX250s, this new addition to our line of Vocera-ready headsets uses Plantronics' superior noise cancelling microphones to provide users with additional privacy options or a way to more effectively use Vocera in high noise environments. The headsets are built with a 13" cord which allows users to easily use the device with either clips or lanyards. You can purchase the headsets directly from T2 here. As with our other products, contact us for quotes on bulk orders.

Vocera B3000 Screen Protectors Now Available

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on January 28, 2013

T2 is happy to announce the availability of Vocera B3000 screen protectors. Similar to the protector sheets that you would use on an iPhone or Android device, the B3000 protectors are designed to protect your device's screen from scratches and smudges. The protectors have the added side benefit of providing better viewing with less glare. Purchase the screen protectors along with our special Vocera-ready headsets directly from T2's store.

Vocera Headset Closeout. Save 50% on Select Models

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on January 10, 2013

T2 is offering a special 50% off clearance sale on Vocera-ready Plantronics MX150 headets. Head over to our eshop and check out these special offers on our excess inventory: Deluxe Vocera Headset with Boom/Flex Grip, Shortened Cord and Special L Plug—25 Pack Special 9" Vocera®-ready custom headset with Boom and Flex Grip. This device is a customized Plantronics MX150 designed to work specifically with the original Vocera B2000 headset lanyard (not included), or B3000 devices (will not work with B2000 devices with rubber sleeves). Note: the cord is 9" long. Deluxe Vocera Headset with Boom/Flex Grip, Shortened Cord and Special Straight Plug—10 Pack Special ... More »

TPC Healthcare is Now T2 Technical Services

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on June 21, 2012

"T2 continues to match up with a loyal core of customers who are looking for old-fashioned partnership with a trusted and reliable service provider." After 5 years of independent operation as TPC Healthcare, Schiff Partners, Inc. (parent of TPC Healthcare) is proud to announce the launch of its newly rebranded healthcare business, T2 Technical Services (T2). Originally launched in 2007 as TPC Healthcare, over the last 5 years the T2 team has built off the innovative work done previously under the umbrella of TPC Systems, the Milford, Connecticut-based systems integrator that served as its incubator. With a sharpened focus on point of ... More »

T2 Launches Devicekeeper v2 Mobile Device Asset Management Solution for Hospitals

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on June 18, 2012

Second Generation of Mobile Device Asset Management Platform Released Schiff Partners, Inc., parent of T2 Technical Services (T2) and Devicekeeper.com is excited to announce the release of Devicekeeper v2, the 2nd generation of their mobile device asset management solution.  Deployed as a cloud-based or in-house solution, DeviceKeeper.com gives hospitals a practical means tracking and managing Vocera® badges, wireless in-house phones from Cisco, Ascom, or Polycom/Spectralink; pagers; PDAs; iPhones; Android devices; and BlackBerrys® smartphones in an organized, centralized, easy-to-use web-based application. As with the original, Devicekeeper v2 includes live update capabilities from connected Vocera systems, providing regular last user/location information and comprehensive device life ... More »

T2 Custom Vocera Headsets Provide Customers with Privacy and HIPAA Compliance Options

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on June 1, 2012

Customers Deploying the Vocera® Communication platform Concerned About Privacy and HIPAA Compliance Have Options Since 2009 T2 Technical Services has been providing Vocera customers with a variety of headset options to meet privacy and HIPAA mandates. T2's Vocera-ready headsets are customized Plantronics MX150 style noise canceling devices that have been specially modified with shortened cords in either 13" or 16" lengths. T2 also produces a value-priced ear-bud headset modeled after the standard Blackberry earpiece as an alternative. Initially designed to be a one-to-one replacement for the special Vocera model that Plantronics modified for Vocera usage (a standard headset with 9" cord designed ... More »

It’s Not Easy Being a Hospital’s Mobile Device Manager (PDAStreet.com Article)

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on December 4, 2008

Over the last five years, demand for mobile technologies in healthcare has risen exponentially. Unfortunately, additional headcount to keep those devices under control, as well as tools to manage these critical communication devices, has not kept pace. Today's telecommunications managers preside over an extensive investment in mobile devices, including: cell phones, pagers, smartphones, and PDAs, as well as inbuilding voice technologies from Vocera, Ascom, Polycom/Spectralink and Cisco. It's not unsual for even a small community hospitals' mobile assets to represent over $500,000+ of pure capital costs (and that doesn't include software licensing and on-going operational costs aside). In respect to asset management, ... More »

Announcing DeviceKeeper.com, Web-based Application that Tracks and Manages Mobile Devices

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on September 23, 2008

New software-as-a-service (SaaS) application like an insurance policy for mobile assets Stratford, Conn.—Regional technology solutions provider TPC Healthcare (www.tpchealthcare.com) today announced the release of its new DeviceKeeper.com (www.devicekeeper.com) service for hospitals and healthcare facilities. A hosted web application, DeviceKeeper.com was designed to provide healthcare organizations a simple, secure way to gain and maintain control of mobile assets, including badges from Vocera® (www.vocera.com), wireless phones (including in-house phones from Cisco, Ascom, and Polycom/Spectralink), smart phones, pagers, PDAs, and BlackBerrys®. With its easy-to-use, customizable interface, DeviceKeeper.com gives hospital administrators and department heads the ability to choose how they label, identify, and manage their mobile ... More »

Custom Vocera Headsets with Shortened Cords Available from DeviceKeeper.com

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on September 23, 2008

TPC Healthcare Delivers Customized Vocera-Ready Headsets through Its DeviceKeeper.com eStore Stratford, CT—As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting and optimizing the user experience of Vocera® customers, TPC Healthcare today announced the availability of custom Vocera-ready headsets through its DeviceKeeper.com ecommerce site. Offered in a basic earbud or deluxe models with boom, these customized headsets come with a shortened 9" cord suitable for use with the Vocera® headset lanyard. Plantronics, the previous supplier of Vocera-ready headset recently discontinued production of their line of headsets with shortened cords (like the MX150), leaving Vocera customers with little available options for headsets that would work ... More »

TPC Healthcare Helps AtlantiCare EC Unveil Innovative Communication Solution in Record Time

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on November 8, 2007

As part of the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center (ARMC) City Campus, the George F. Lynn Harmony Pavilion in Atlantic City, New Jersey recently opened its Emergency Center (EC), the first floor of a seven-story, $128 million construction project. The remainder of the City Campus expansion will be finished by mid-2008. The AtlantiCare facility will feature the latest advances in medical technology and equipment throughout the patient tower, which in addition to the new Emergency Center will include a Radiology Department, Intensive Care Unit and four, new medical surgical floors. With the kick-off of the new facility, AtlantiCare wanted to explore new options ... More »