Simplicity of use in delivering and receiving critical messages is the MOST important factor.
Smart phones and iPhones are wonderful technology innovations. Who doesn’t enjoy playing with their smart phone device to see just how much they can do with it? But, there is the “rub,” you can almost do too much with it. When it comes to critical alert messaging, the technology that is easy to use and learn is the best solution. Every activity or app you use to access information using a smart phone takes a significant learning curve. You have to know just what buttons to push to make your smart device become “smart,” and that’s okay — if you are not in a life-threatening situation.
There is no technology in the marketplace today that surpasses response paging for sending critical messages, with confirmation of receipt. It’s simply the easiest and most uncomplicated way to deliver a critical message immediately — anywhere, every time. Literally thousands of healthcare providers, first responders and other organizations have come to rely on response paging as the optimum method for delivering their critical messages.
There must be a reason why so many people have come to rely on this technology. Response paging systems allow you to deliver your critical messages consistently and immediately to a single individual or a large group of people with multiple locations. The text messages delivered are easy to read and comprehend, with almost no room for misinterpretation. This type of delivery technology enhances emergency messaging reliability and improves patient safety.
Because your message are sent through a true response paging network — as opposed to the Internet or cell phone networks — which are both prone to delays — you know your messages will be delivered immediately, every time, with confirmation of receipt. Whether you are a first responder organization, hospital or large healthcare provider, the easy-to-use and cost-effective technology that drives response paging can be customized and configured to meet your organization’s specific needs.