Organizations around the world recognize the leading innovation that goes into our clinical workflow technology solutions to help healthcare systems address some of the most challenging issues today. Whether it’s ensuring our solutions are open, flexible, and interoperable with the myriad of devices available or pioneering intelligent features to increase nurse effectiveness and provide a clinical “safety net,” Ascom solutions are leading the way.
We announced on Monday that Ascom Americas has become certified as a Most Loved Workplace® backed by the research and analysis of Best Practice Institute (BPI). Most Loved Workplace® validation provides the most comprehensive look at workplace sentiment for organizations today. Check out the news release and the certification page.
Healthcare Technology Report recently included Ascom on its Power 500 list of top healthcare technology companies.
Ascom Americas today announced the Business Intelligence Group has recognized the Ascom’s North America region leader, Kelly Feist, as a winner in the 2023 BIG Innovation Awards.
Ascom, a global solutions provider focused on healthcare ICT and mobile workflow solutions, announces that Frost & Sullivan has awarded it the 2022 Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Leadership Award. The award recognizes the company for its excellence in best practices in the global medical devices connectivity industry. Profiled in the research report titled: Global Medical Devices Connectivity Industry, Frost & Sullivan evaluated Ascom for against its multi-level criteria for technology leverage and business impact.
The Healthcare Technology Report has named Ascom to its list of top 100 healthcare technology companies for 2022. The companies on the list represent the best in the healthcare technology space and range from large multinationals to smaller startups.
Healthcare Business Review magazine has named Ascom Americas as one of the Top 10 Healthcare Consulting Companies For 2022 for its Ascom Healthcare Platform. AHP delivers a workflow automation solution to help healthcare providers bridge digital information gaps existing in their workflows and make well-informed decisions anytime and anywhere. As hospitals look to meet the goals of the Quadruple Aim.
Healthcare Technology Report (HTR) named Kelly Feist, Managing Director, Ascom Americas, as one of its top 25 Women Leaders in Medical Devices for 2022. As the top executive for Ascom Americas, HTR chose her for her work transforming Ascom from a product-led to a solutions-first company, noting her performance driving sales, overall operations, and profitability of the business in North America.