Keeping your staff informed and safe at all hours of the day is vital, especially during a crisis.
Do all you can today to protect and communicate with employees and patients, from everyday occurrences to the unimaginable.
Your hospital or healthcare facility encounters various challenges, both internally and externally, as you maintain business continuity 24/7. Every second counts when communicating with your staff, especially during a public health emergency, lockdown, or civil disturbance.
Sending a multimodal message quickly and accurately to the right people can cut down on response times, whether your staff is on-site or on the road. Your staff is focused on caring for patients and other responsibilities. Many employees do not have time to look at their phones or even carry their phones during shifts. Cover all bases of communication with desktop alerts, digital signage, PA system announcements, and more.
Patient surges during mass casualty incidents and severe weather require additional headcount as soon as possible. In a world of unknowns, rally, inform and account for employees when they are needed most.
Preparedness means planning for any type of event. Immediately inform staff and visitors of unexpected events by leveraging one easy-to-use singular notification system to quickly send out alerts. Notify the public to stay clear of a facility during an active event with website message boards, social media posts and more in just three clicks.
Understaffing affects the quality and speed of patient care. An automated polling process with quota polls, confirmation notices and follow-up messaging allows administrators to fill staffing needs in minutes.
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In a healthcare environment, responding to an emergency must be an organization-wide effort. This is due to staff often being outnumbered by patients, temporary visitors, and other third parties who will not be familiar with emergency preparedness plans. Provide safety and security to everyone inside and outside your walls.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities need a solution in place that can withstand the pressures and demands of today’s world. Learn the three crucial components your emergency messaging system needs to keep everyone at your facility safe and informed.
This guide looks at the capabilities of a mass notification platform and discusses how they can be leveraged to maintain operations and reduce response times. Here are six important questions to ask when you’re evaluating emergency messaging solutions.
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A survey of over 300 respondents in various management roles in the healthcare industry reveals the top safety concerns and areas of focus in preparedness initiatives.
Disaster preparedness starts and ends with communication. Sometimes in healthcare that factor can be overlooked. With Rave, the ability to integrate with other systems has been a blessing for us when it comes to sending strategic key messaging. There’s so much necessary communication that would be incredibly hard to do if we didn’t have Rave.
System Director of Emergency Management
Inova Health System
I am a happy customer who represents the largest healthcare employer in New York State with over 70K employees, 20+ hospitals and more than 600 physician practices. Despite losing 3 months of my planned project timeline due to the COVID19 shutdown, the Rave team did all they could to make sure we met our target deadline. They made the switch from our existing mass notification system seamless. They were attentive to our needs every step of the way.
Northwell Health Emergency Management
Healthcare systems are growing at an unprecedented rate and are expanding beyond hospital settings ...We now have hundreds of different departments and a mobile workforce that is moving to various sites throughout our system. They expect that their emergency communications are uniform and on their device of choice ...
System Director of Emergency Management,
Hartford HealthCare, Connecticut
During times of crisis, patients, employees and the larger community expect hospitals to maintain operations without any interruption. By using the Rave platform, our emergency communications process operates smoothly, quickly and with minimal intervention.
Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator,
Middlesex Hospital, Connecticut