Everbridge’s CareConverge for Hospitals allows care teams to coordinate multiple clinicians, technicians, and staff across multiple locations and schedules to respond to the needs of patients efficiently and effectively leading to increase response times, quality and patient satisfaction.
CareConverge allows you to begin working with a patient before they even arrive at the hospital. By using voice, text, images and video, clinical stakeholders can diagnosis the patient, share lab results, and treat the patient. Quickly send code alerts, coordinate care with clinicians, and speed patient transfers from exam room to lab or even inpatient floors or other facilities. Our triple-encrypted messaging system ensures that all communications are HIPAA-compliant
DHR Health highlights the importance of coordinated communications on patient satisfaction, managing capacity, accelerating response for stroke and STEMI patients, and ensuring HIPAA-compliant document transfer.
Unique, easy-to-use messaging tools enable clinician real-time communication and collaboration across multiple devices and modalities including video, text, voice, and images. Designed by clinicians to work the way clinicians do.
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“Our people are satisfied with CareConverge bar none. This is the first time I have ever felt satisfied with our communication.”
Learn how CareConverge provided the Mayo Clinic with a new technology to better respond to stroke victims and limit the long-term damage of a stroke.
Read how Doctors Hospital at Renaissance used CareConverge to provide more accurate and timelier patient care by taking advantage of best practice communication templates that pull the right people at the right time.
Learn how Sutter Roseville Medical Center used CareConverge to implement new response team processes and communication tools that led to better patient care and improved Emergency Department throughput.