Attend the Spok Summit to hear from communication technology experts as they offer comprehensive best practice advice and knowledgeable tips for implementing a communication platform.
Newer technology typically adds additional features and capabilities that allow your hospital to operate more efficiently. But often hospitals replace or add new technology that solves each problem separately—not considering the entire care team collaboration ecosystem.
Hospitals need a strong communication platform that serves as the backbone and central hub through which all applications and resources can access reliable information.
5 benefits of a clinical communication platform
Speaker: Kristen Lalowski, Chief Product Officer, Spok
In a recent summit hosted by the Scottsdale Institute, chief medical informatics officers from around the country said the COVID-19 crisis has reinforced the need for a strong digital infrastructure. Consolidating multiple technology applications into one is becoming a top priority as hospital leaders continue the battle against the pandemic and recover from the resulting financial burden.
In this session Kristen Lalowski explores the benefits of a clinical communication platform and how you can use a platform in your health system to 1) improve patient outcomes, 2) enhance care team communication, 3) rapidly activate care teams, 4) reduce costs and increase efficiency, and 5) increase clinician satisfaction.
Case study: Improving care with better communication
Speakers: Dr. Christopher Snyder, Chief Quality Officer, TidalHealth
Now, more than ever, care team collaboration is crucial to improving patient outcomes. In this session, you will hear how one Spok customer is using Spok Go® to help unlock the power of communication to deliver care with improved quality and reduced effort.
Hear why they chose Spok Go for care team communication in daily tasks to improve collaboration, agility, and care delivery, and to provide the stepping stones for the future of cloud-based, hospital-wide communications.
Harnessing cloud technology: Why it’s the right solution for your hospital
Speaker: Darryl Wilson, Enterprise Account Manager – Amazon Web Services
As healthcare technology moves to the cloud, security remains top-of-mind for everyone involved. Join this session to hear how Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides the security, agility, and scalability that makes it the best-in-class technology for powering Spok Go.
You’ll understand how the AWS infrastructure provides a highly secure system that makes it easy to access new solutions, and how the scalable, serverless infrastructure can save you time and money.
A look inside Spok Go®: How to connect your care teams with one unified platform
Speaker: Jessica Donlan, Director of Product Management, Spok
See why Spok Go is the critical healthcare communication platform you can rely on when seconds count and patients’ lives are at stake. In this demonstration, learn how Spok Go intelligently routes messages, alerts, and information to the right person at the right time.
This session will present several use cases to show you how Spok Go works across your organization to meet the needs of a variety of users and ensure adherence to a myriad of clinical goals.
Be prepared to be amazed!
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