Vocera Nurse Call Integration @ Midstate Medical Center

Posted by: Kenny Schiff on April 27, 2012

We recently collaborated with Midstate Medical Center (Meriden, CT) to deliver a tightly integrated workflow that quickly and efficiently connects patient alarms and caregivers.

Midstate’s goal is to provide a “safer and more satisfying experience” for their patients. This short Midstate produced training video show off their processes in action and clearly demonstrates how the organization is working to achieve their patient goals.

Building off of their legacy Rauland Responder IV nurse call system (circa 1998), Midstate’s workflow processes are tied together with Connexall’s alarm messaging workflow engine, and Vocera Communication badges. The end result is a refined process with detailed performance analytics that is helping the hospital deliver quality care to their patients.

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