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In Healthcare Communications, One Device Does Not Fit All…Yet

January 4, 2010 2 comments

Is Your Hospital Considering a One Communication Device Strategy? Here are some key points to consider from my recent article in EnterpriseMobileToday.com. 1. Usability matters. A NICU nurse whose hands are busy diapering a baby has very different needs than someone dispatching code teams, or an anesthesiologist. In pointing out the difference between purpose-built healthcare […]

Alarm Management Middleware and the Enterprise

May 3, 2009 No comments yet

Consultant, “Connectologist,” and industry observer Tim Gee’s Medical Connectivity site is one of the rare places on the internet that covers the healthcare alarm management middleware space. Recently he published a series of  posts tracking activities at Globestar’s Annual User group meeting in Lisbon, where he served as the keynote speaker where he brings to […]


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