If you are looking to build a communications, management and security solution for any hospital, clinic, dental office, or any other healthcare facility, Grandstream can provide every endpoint and management system you need to do so. Reliable mobile communication between departments, care teams, and patients is crucial for a functional organization to operate at maximum efficiency. There are now secure, reliable, and cost-effective options that allow healthcare facilities to streamline processes that provide better services to their patients and make healthcare professionals more efficient.
2021 is here, and sometimes it looks like communication and collaboration platforms used in healthcare are not keeping up with the times. According to a study, nearly 80 percent of hospitals still use pagers and a survey showed that almost 52% of physicians said that these devices are one of their most significant sources of frustration. Pagers have existed since the 1950s, and because they work on a much higher frequency than cell phones, they allow doctors to be reachable despite x-ray proof walls and poor cell phone coverage, so it seems like pagers will still hang around at least for a few more years, but... how can we get healthcare professionals better communicated?
The healthcare industry is evolving rapidly due to the COVID-19 global outbreak. The technology used to communicate between doctors and patients ranges from simple telephone calls in place of visits to face-to-face video calls and even robot doctors. There has been a sudden boom in telehealth visits and enhancements in technology within the industry. Video chatting has been one of the safest means of communication between physicians, nurses, and patients in COVID-19 testing facilities and other urgent care centers on the frontlines. It allows healthcare workers to protect themselves from potentially contagious patients during this global pandemic, ultimately slowing the spread of the virus.
Notre Dame University Hospital in Lebanon needed to deploy a new, modern communication solution to improve communication throughout the hospital and the performance of their emergency response team. They were previously using a limited and
outdated analog network and needed to fully customize their call-routing processes to route calls as quickly as possible, handle more calls to dispatch emergency teams faster, and ensure their network had failover options. The hospital analyzed many different high-end communication solutions and chose a solution designed by Amik Online using Grandstream products.
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Tonga Red Cross
The Tonga Red Cross needed a modern phone system that would give them the features and capacity to handle more calls in a quick and efficient manner while providing better services to those in need.
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World Health Organization
As part of a partnership with Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population the WHO planned to build an office in the Egyptian city of Cairo, it was imperative to have a reliable, redundant unified communications solution.
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BNS - Assisted Living Facilities
Assisted living facilities and nursing homes all across the United Kingdom were in search of technology solutions that would allow them to provide residents with better healthcare options as well as social inclusion.
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If you are looking to build a communications, management and security solution for a hospital, clinic, or healthcare center, Grandstream offers every endpoint and management system you need. Our wide range of products are able to work together to keep your system operating at maximum efficiency.
Wi-Fi Access Points
Unified Communication & Collaboration Solution
Web Meeting and Collaboration Platform
GRP Series of Essential IP Phones
SIP Intercom & Speaker
Portable Wi-Fi IP Phone
Infrared Weatherproof IP Cameras
Video Conferencing System
Integrated Video Communications Solution
Did you know that poor communication processes are costing millions of dollars to hospitals and clinics around the world? Communication processes inside hospitals and clinics could help achieve better results, increase revenue and overall patient satisfaction. Improve this situation with the proper Unified Communications solutions from Grandstream. Learn more about this in our infographic below.