Hospitals and acute care

Clinical communication and collaboration solutions

Thousands of hospitals around the world trust Ascom healthcare communication solutions. Interoperable with a vast range of existing healthcare systems and medical devices, these solutions help clinicians deliver even better care in even less time. They are modular and easily adaptable to changing needs and conditions. Ascom healthcare solutions: from consulting to critical care management and everything in between.

Caregiver in uniform signaling elderly resident to stop going towards her with device in her pocket
Workplace and staff safety
For a safer, more efficient workplace
Three doctors in scrubs having a discussion about something they are seeing on a tablet
Care coordination
Advanced team coordination for optimal care delivery
Two nurses in blue scrubs and stethoscopes performing CPR on a patient
Response teams management
Push-button teams' mobilisation and management
nurse looking at a myco 3 phone with alarm notification
Smart nurse call systems
Faster response times, improved patient experience
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Clinical monitoring and alarm management
Helps ensure all patients are visible
Blurred detail of patient resting in bed with vitals monitor in the foreground
Silent medical alarms
Bedside devices in silent mode, with device alerts going to clinicians
Two female nurses in blue scrubs and a male doctor in a white coat in front of a Digistat dashboard displayed on a big screen
Clinical decision support system
A rules-based system to support care decisions

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ECRI Institute (2014) Top 10 Health Technology Hazards for 2015 [online] available from [12 February 2016]

Hendrich, A., Chow, MP., Skierczynski, BA., Lu, Z. (2008) ‘A 36-Hospital Time and Motion Study: How Do Medical-Surgical Nurses Spend Their Time?’ The Permanente Journal 12 (3), 25-34 

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