The roll-out includes several thousand Ascom Myco 3 smartphones and application solutions to optimize nursing and inter-departmental communication processes. The UKB is dependent on ensuring a fail-safe, mobile communications solution across the campus at the large university hospital in order to provide the best support possible for nursing and clinical staff in their daily work.
The Ascom solution will provide the UKB with Ascom Myco 3 mobile telephony with customized roaming behavior (LTE/WLAN) throughout the campus. Myco 3 is a multi-functional device and features a professional barcode scanner, a clinical messenger and task management service, as well as an information and alarm routing system within the university hospital. Additionally, it grants 24/7 shift operation.
Valerio Signorelli, Managing Director Ascom DACH, says: "We are very pleased to have won this lighthouse project at the University Hospital Bonn and to be able to support the UKB in the roll-out as a long-term partner. All parties involved worked closely together for a long time to develop an optimal solution that contributes to supporting hospital staff in their important work on a daily basis."
Dieter Padberg, CIO / IT Director University Hospital Bonn, says: "The UKB has worked very closely with Ascom to develop a campus-wide solution for mobile communication and alarm management. The Myco 3, as a mobile multifunctional tool, is used in the UKB to relieve the staff, especially the nursing staff, and to support them in their workflows."