2017 Spok Innovation Award
We invite you, our customer, to submit the unique or innovative ways you are using your Spok® solutions. We’re looking for unique stories that go beyond standard communications and messaging.
For example, operator console solutions are designed for processing calls, critical alerting solutions send messages from alerting systems to mobile devices, and emergency notification solutions are primarily used for notifying code teams in hospitals. But we’ve heard a few creative applications outside the norm, and our curiosity is piqued. Is your organization using Spok solutions in a creative and innovative way? If so, we want to hear about it!
The 2017 Spok Innovation Award winners will be selected by a panel of judges composed of healthcare leaders outside of Spok and announced during Connect 17, October 15–18 in New Orleans.
Learn more about a previous winner’s innovative use of Spok solutions.
Stories should demonstrate a positive impact on at least one of the following:
Patients: Including enhanced services, satisfaction, safety, etc.
Employees: Including improved efficiencies, satisfaction, etc.
Organization: Including cost savings, ROI, etc.
The Spok Innovation Awards will be announced during the opening session at Connect 17*. Winners will receive one free registration to Connect 17, be highlighted in a 2017 Spok Innovation Awards news release, and the story will be promoted via Spok’s website and social channels.
*Applicants do not need to be present at Connect 17 in order to win.
How to Submit Your Story
To apply, submit a brief summary (500 words or fewer) explaining how your organization has used Spok solutions in an innovative and creative way. To help the judges make their decision, we also ask you to include the results and benefits gained through your unique use of the technology (up to 500 words).
Key Dates to Remember
April 1, 2017: Opening day for submissions
July 31, 2017: Last day for submissions
September 1, 2017: Award winners notified
October 16, 2017: Award winners announced publicly and recognized at Connect 17 in New Orleans