Mass Notification for Healthcare

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The field of healthcare is broad, covering pharmaceuticals, equipment, hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, research centers and much more. How is healthcare using Intelligent Notification to keep this huge system working at all levels?

Here are just a few examples of notification in action in healthcare:

  • •  A large HMO has changes to billing codes and procedure guidelines; providers must be notified at once
  • •  A clinic is faced with a sudden infectious disease outbreak; they must tap into their network for additional vaccine supplies
  • •  A pharmacy chain is struggling against tough competition; business processes must be streamlined to maintain their edge
  • •  The health department gets reports of a highly contagious disease; action must be taken quickly to prevent transmission
  • •  An earthquake strikes and thousands are injured; local hospitals must quickly notify staff to deal with the influx of patients
  • •  A major disaster overwhelms a large hospital; they need an immediate bed, staff and supply count to respond quickly

How Intelligent Notification works in healthcare

Effective notification involves more than just sending a one-way alert. You must be able to quickly determine who needs to know what, and your message must be adapted as your contacts respond. Intelligent Notification technology handles this complex task, rapidly launching a message to healthcare groups of any size, whether in one location or spread all over the world. It uses MIR3 data management expertise and tools to pull information from various contact databases to make sure you’re always using the latest contact information.

Intelligent Notification is used by healthcare facilities for business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR), for emergency alerting, and to keep IT systems up and running.

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