Communications and Healthcare: Lower Overhead, Higher Care

Communications can help achieve the goals of better, more cost-effective healthcare.  By cutting through communications barriers and making it easier for doctors, nurses, hospital staff and more to connect and collaborate, today’s new IP-based solutions are helping to improve healthcare  outcomes.

Today’s new communications systems are ideally suited for the world of healthcare. Based on the IP protocol, they are more like computers than traditional phone systems:  more versatile, able to accept applications, ready to become integrated into everyday health care operations, becoming a “go-to” resource for:

  • Enhancing collaboration by simplifying interactions between doctors and other medical professionals
  • Taking advantage of applications specifically designed to enhance health care operations, such as nurse communications and patient appointment confirmations
  • Integrating communications directly into business processes, such as patient record and billing systems
  • Lowering overhead costs

Avaya recently took an in-depth look at the way in which today’s new IP-based communications systems can help lower overhead costs and deliver better care. See the Avaya White Paper: Revolutionizing Patient Care Through Communicationshttp://www.avaya.com/usa/resource/assets/premiumcontent/revolutionizingpatientcarethroughcommunications.pdf

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About Vic Levinson
Telecommunications and IT professional with over 20 years experience in Business Telecommunications. Specializing in voice over IP (VoIP) for business: hosted VoIP, business VoIP phone systems, SIP providers, carriers, T1's - the works. Founded Prime Telecommunications in 1993 and providing business communications solutions. Cloud Applications- everything from hosted network security, hosted Disaster Recovery, hosted printer management, data centers and colocation solutions for businesses.

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