How to Build a Communications Platform for Today’s Hospital

The challenges of efficient communication within today’s hospitals is two-fold. First is simply the huge volume and complexity of daily communications between physicians and medical staff, and second is the sad fact that the vast majority of hospitals in North America run on legacy systems not equipped with the HIPPA-compliant technology required to handle the bandwidth or the complexity.

In part two of his interview with PerfectServe President and CEO Terry Edwards, Rob learns that the solution to this major health care industry problem may be lightweight mobile services which do not require a costly change in infrastructure or human behaviour, but seek to ‘fill the gaps’.

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About the author

Douglas Soltys

Douglas is the former Editor-In-Chief of Inside BlackBerry, BlackBerry Cool, and QuicklyBored, which he launched as a mobile gaming industry site. His knowledge of mobile and social media led him to a job at RIM (BlackBerry), where he got to travel the world and do lots of cool things. He is often left-handed, but rarely sinister.

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