When time is the ultimate factor in delivering your critical messages to multiple people at multiple locations, response paging systems have the unique capability to instantly send these messages – simultaneously – to any group you designate.
When your mission is to send, receive or act upon a critical alert message, the more simplicity built into the transmitting or receiving media, the better.
In the movie Cool Hand Luke, the famous line was delivered: “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” When it comes to critical alert messaging, make sure you don’t have this failure to communicate problem.
In today’s technology-rampant world, a new “technology wrinkle” comes out every day. And, many people are quick to adopt these new, more costly technologies as soon as they are available.
If you are forced to choose one methodology and one methodology only to communicate your critical alert messages to a large audience, what would that methodology be?
Today, many activities either drive up or contribute to the increased cost of healthcare delivery. These activities are often invisible to the general public.
When you consider what factors drive the costs in healthcare telecommunications, you can almost divide the blame into two main categories: government regulations and compliance.
What is positively the best way to ensure your critical alert messaging gets through? How can you guarantee these critical messages will be delivered to the proper people and acknowledged?
With the growing presence of smart phone usage by healthcare providers, why do so many healthcare professionals still rely on response paging for their critical alerts?