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Critical Alert Introduces CommonPath Enterprise Nurse Call System at HIMSS19

99 Days ago

Bringing to market the only, true enterprise-class nurse call platform designed to power the next generation of patient communications

ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 12, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HIMSS19 -- Critical Alert Systems (Booth #5243) introduced its new enterprise-class software application, CommonPath Enterprise, at HIMSS19 in Orlando, Fla. The platform brings the power and reliability of cloud-computing to patient communications and nurse call. The scalable, software-based solution is flexible enough to be deployed across any size healthcare enterprise, yet architected to be centrally configured and managed from a single data center.

CommonPath Enterprise creates considerable savings in terms of resources, manpower, and physical space. System upgrades, updates, back-ups, redundancy and maintenance can all be managed remotely with minimal downtime. Likewise, the enterprise configuration enables remote management of messaging rules and protocols, staff assignments, escalation paths, and workflows from anywhere.

The system’s consolidated, multi-site data analytics allow for comparative reporting across multiple units, hospitals, and systems. Clinical and IT leadership can easily manage and analyze individual staff and group performance, standardize workflow, monitor and measure continuous improvement processes, and observe system-performance.

“CommonPath Enterprise establishes a dramatic departure from the old-school, hardware-based nurse call systems of yesterday. By encompassing the entire breadth and width of your care continuum, we are creating a true connected care environment and enabling hospital staff to provide the most efficient and informed responses to patient needs and safety,” said John Elms, CEO for Critical Alert Systems. “The future of nurse call has arrived through our leveraging the power and economics of a software-based system priced substantially below the legacy vendors,” said Elms.

“The development of enterprise was entirely centered on streamlining clinical workflow and communication,” said April Hjort, vice president of R&D for Critical Alert Systems. “Auto-failover, multi-tenant, and open architecture combined with unmatched system reliability is the new gold standard for nurse call,” said Hjort.

About Critical Alert Systems
Critical Alert Systems offers the most flexible and scalable enterprise-grade Patient Communications and Nurse Call solution on the market. The company’s software-driven platform includes UL-compliant hardware, a portfolio of integrated partner offerings and value-added clinical services drive down costs, reduce clinical interruptions and alarm fatigue and improve the quality of care for hospitals and healthcare enterprises. Our focus on clinical productivity, innovative use of technology and patient safety leads to quieter, more efficient units, improved outcomes for patients and better utilization of nursing resources. For more information, visit: www.nursecall.com.

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