It’s time we make care collaboration easier for nursing teams!
AONL 2020 is the nursing leadership event of the year.
And this year’s theme is “Inspiring Nurse Leaders.”
Find us in booth #523
AONL 2020 Conference
We’re inspired by you!
Which is why we’re committed to offering communication solutions that help
solve your toughest challenges.
Insights into the ongoing issue of alarm fatigue
Nearly constant alarms compete for a nurse’s attention and are not prioritized by criticality.
Worst of all, the majority of the messages aren’t relevant or actionable. All the noise can lead to deadly consequences should a caregiver become desensitized and assume an alarm is false or misdirected.
Discover how alarm surveillance could help diminish or eliminate alarm fatigue in your hospital.
Spok, the leading provider of clinical communications
Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect to see at AONL 2020!
Patient care collaboration
Reduce wasted time looking for information in the EHR and simplify the task of finding people, groups, resources, and data.
Intelligent clinical workflows
Flexible, configurable templates to streamline workflows and intelligent routing to automate and orchestrate patient care processes.
On-call scheduling and access
Get real-time access to information regardless of location or device and reduce communication errors and delays.
For anyone who truly wants to do what’s best for the patient, we have to make sure that the people we partner with, organizations like Spok, believe in the same mission. And when that happens, patient safety wins every time.
Stacy White, RN
Nurse Manager, VCU Health
Spok has helped us improve patient care…We no longer need to physically monitor changes in vitals. The messaging is all automated.
Jennifer Fil, RN
NICU Manager, Banner Health
Spok makes it easy for clinicians to find the information they need quickly and eliminates unnecessary phone tag and confusion when trying to reach care team members.
Cassie Dirks, BSCN, RN, CCRN
Director of the Patient Care Unit, Intensive Care Unit, and Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Vail Health
Is clinician burnout a public health crisis?
From nurse call systems to electronic health records, today’s nurses are faced with a plethora of devices and systems to help them manage care.
In this 2019 survey, 95% of clinicians believe improving EHR usability will be helpful in easing the symptoms of burnout.