Mobile Heartbeat Announces Integration Partnership to Decrease Clinician Reaction Time
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Leading clinical collaboration software provider Mobile Heartbeat today announced an integration partnership with medical technology company Stryker Corporation. The integration primarily facilitates alerts to Mobile Heartbeat’s unified collaboration platform, MH-CURE, from Stryker’s iBed Wireless system.
Through the integration, which leverages Mobile Heartbeat’s Inbound Alerting API, clinicians will receive critical notifications, including alerts for bed exit, to a single application on a single device. When clinicians receive critical patient information through one platform, they can react quicker to emergent situations and sentinel events, without juggling multiple devices and systems.
“Mobile Heartbeat has a proven track record of advancing the way clinicians receive important alerts,” said Mobile Heartbeat Chief Operating Officer, Mike Detjen. “We’re proud to offer our customers another way to leverage existing investments and drive a positive impact on patient care.”
The integration has undergone the testing and certification process and will be deployed at a shared customer facility in the near future. To learn more about Mobile Heartbeat’s advanced alerting integrations, contact our clinical mobility team.