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Virginia Hospital Center Selects Spok's Corporate Communication Platform to Supplement EHR

2018-04-03 10:00:13 Author: Source:CTI ForumComment:0  Click:


CTI Forum (Ctiforum.com) April 3 news (Compilation / Old Qin): Spok Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Spok Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: Spok) and a global healthcare communications provider, announced that the Virginia Hospital Center selected Spok Care Connect(R), a unified medical exchange Platforms to accelerate response times and improve clinical workflow and quality results. The Virginia Hospital Center is a 394-bed community teaching hospital and is a member of the Mayo Clinic Nursing Network in Washington, DC.
"Two years ago, we decided to invest in a new EHR. Now, interoperability is our top priority," said Michael Mistretta, vice president and chief information officer at the Virginia Hospital Center. “We started looking for an integrated communications solution to complement our EHR capabilities. After comparing Spok with other options on the market, we realized that it has breadth of capabilities that others don’t have. If not Spok, we need to work with several vendors and multiple systems and we can't guarantee the same results."
The Spok Care Connect platform includes solutions for operation consoles, call scheduling, web directories, secure mobile messaging, emergency notifications, call records, and paging. Spok's unified platform helps clinicians relate to each other on the clock according to the information they need.
Spok's CEO Hemant Goel said: “Spok Care Connect can add detailed clinical information to an event that is driven by EHR and provides customers with faster and more efficient decisions. We look forward to providing the Virginia Hospital Center with It needs modern technology infrastructure solutions."
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