June 21 at 1 p.m. Eastern/Noon Central
Your pager isn’t stuck in the past, and you shouldn’t be either: Paging today can do much more than simple messaging, and today’s hospital should have both encrypted and connected paging.
One-way and two-way encrypted pagers allow you to send and receive messages, from people and systems, that contain protected health information (PHI). Pagers are just one of the HIPAA-compliant devices Spok supports. Connected pagers, or pagers connected to software, put valuable alerts, alarms, and test result notifications at your fingertips.
Join Spok Chief Information Officer Tom Saine and Director of Sales Enablement Gerard Shallo to learn how encrypted and connected paging allow your care team members to leverage their pagers to their full potential, streamline workflows, and speed response to patients.You’ll learn: