Companies Integrate Technology for Nurse Call App (1/11/13)
Friday, January 11, 2013 | Comments

Critical Alert Systems (CAS) and Mobile Heartbeat announced an equity investment and new marketing agreement that expands and strengthens the integrated healthcare communications offering for both companies and their customers.

CAS provides critical messaging services to more than 500 hospitals nationwide through its software-based nurse call system and its network of paging subsidiaries. Mobile Heartbeat is a mobile application suite that provides clinicians instant access to critical patient information, alerts and notifications via standard smartphones.

The partnership allows CAS to sell and service Mobile Heartbeat, as well as to integrate Mobile Heartbeat with its software, providing functionality not available in any other nurse call solution. CAS will also launch a Mobilert+ app, powered by Mobile Heartbeat technology, enabling two-way encrypted, HIPAA-compliant text messaging for smartphones and iPads.

“CommonPath and Mobile Heartbeat represent the next generation in nurse call and clinician mobility, and we are excited to bring the combined strengths of these technologies to hospitals,” said Critical Alert Systems CEO Ed Meyercord. “This partnership positions Critical Alert Systems as a single source for hospitals seeking innovative, integrated communications solutions that can improve patient care, increase workflow efficiency and impact HCAHPS scores.”

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