Ascom, a Healthcare IT and clinical collaboration company, today announced that The Healthcare Technology Report 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. HTR recognizes the companies on this list as leaders – they are leveraging their talent to find innovative solutions to the most pressing issues in healthcare with the goal of helping to save lives and extend life spans.
Ascom has been pioneering healthcare communications for 50 years, and most recently introduced the Ascom Healthcare Platform to be a comprehensive, end-to-end communication and collaboration platform for long-term and acute care. Designed to help health systems meet the goals of the Quadruple Aim, it serves to integrate information from the multiple, disparate systems and devices generating patient digital information, orchestrate which information needs to go where, and enable the care provider to make informed, impactful and timely decisions.
“When patient outcomes and staff well-being matter, your technology does too,” said Kelly Feist, Managing Director, Ascom Americas. “There’s no greater time in the history of healthcare, especially with COVID exacerbating pressures on the system, for communication and collaboration solutions to help care providers do their best work. That’s why we’ve designed and invested deeply in the Ascom Healthcare Platform and software solutions to deliver to our customers a global, open, and flexible architecture that works within their existing IT structure so they can easily advance their digitalization plans. Our goal within Ascom is to support our customers in achieving their goals of improving patient outcomes while supporting clinicians with solutions that provide a safety net for their clinical practice.”
Components of the Ascom Healthcare Platform include Ascom nurse call, mobility, and software solutions as well as professional services, like consulting, implementation, and maintenance.
Read more about the list on The Healthcare Technology Report’s August 2022 edition.