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Perhaps no other industry has been revolutionized by technology as much as healthcare.
Mobile devices, wireless access, digitized records, smart sensors, internet of things and a range of other innovations have swept through...
Imagine the business transformation that would occur if you could extend uniform, high quality mobile business communications to every worker in your organization.
Delivery operations, retailers, healthcare facilities, warehousing, and logistics companies are achieving major gains in efficiency and productivity thanks to the DECT Replacement solution powered by Tango Networks' Mobile-X.
Retailers, healthcare, warehousing, delivery and logistics operations have struggled for years with the limitations of DECT systems.
Poor battery life, spotty coverage and high expense have been top complaints about DECT wireless systems.Now a new service from Tango Networks enables modern mobile technology to replace DECT systems and provide huge benefits for frontline workers.
More and more healthcare practitioners and patients are warming up to telehealth.
An article in The Wall Street Journal describes the revolution in medicine being brought about by ubiquitous smartphones, video applications and other communications technology. More than 15 million Americans took part in some form of remote medical consultation in 2015, according to the article.
Perhaps no industry has been more revolutionized by today’s IT than healthcare.
Over the past two decades, we’ve seen massive industry changes from innovations such as:
We’re highlighting an exciting new approach to mobile communications for healthcare enterprises at Vidyo’s Healthcare Summit in Nashville next week.
Our Mobile-X solution empowers clinicians and other healthcare professionals to engage in compliant mobile voice, text and video communications with patients and others.
Communications are often called the lifeblood of healthcare operations. Doctors, nurses, physician’s assistants, administrative staff and many others need to share information, collaborate and respond to requests quickly and efficiently.
If you manage IT for healthcare professionals who interact with the public or work with patient information, then you know the challenges around device management and privacy management.
These busy professionals need to communicate sensitive and timely information to patients, other health care staff, administrators, insurers and so on. Mobile phones and other mobile devices have become the...
From a costs standpoint, the healthcare industry is pinched from all sides. Hospitals and other healthcare players are doing their best to keep expenses down, while providing ever-advancing medical care and technology, and all in the face of often dwindling reimbursement rates from health insurers and governments.
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