Vocera Customers Selected to Speak at HIMSS21

Clinical leaders to share communication strategies to protect and connect patients and care teams

Vocera Communications, Inc., a recognized leader in clinical communication and workflow solutions, announced that two customers will speak at the 2021 HIMSS Conference and Exhibition, August 9-13 in Las Vegas. During these educational sessions, clinical leaders will share frontline experiences and offer solutions to improve the safety and well-being of patients and care teams.

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  • Improving Communication, Patient Care and Staff Well-Being
    Speaker: Deanna Parker, MBA, MHA, BSN, RN, Assistant Vice President, Emergency Services, at Baptist Health Hardin
    Tuesday, Aug. 10, 4:15 – 5:15 p.m. PT (Venetian, San Polo 3401)In 2018, when Baptist Health Hardin doubled the size of its emergency department (ED) and added more team members, hospital leaders knew they needed a better communication solution to keep care team members connected. When COVID-19 hit in 2020, hospital leaders were grateful they had implemented a hands-free communication system. Discover how the Vocera Badge can simplify clinical workflows, improve throughput, reduce left without being seen rates, and protect the safety and well-being of patients and care teams, especially during a pandemic.
  • Connected Care Team Saves Brain Cells, Time, and Stroke Patient Lives
    Speakers: Augusto Elias, MD, Medical Director of Neurointerventional and Comprehensive Stroke Services, and Dillon Fassett, BS, MSA, Program Coordinator, Process Improvement and Integration, at Metro Health – University of Michigan Health
    Wednesday, Aug. 11, 10:15 – 11:15 a.m. PT (Venetian, San Polo 3401)Saving time is critical to saving brain cells and saving lives. Care team members inside and outside Metro Health – University of Michigan Health use Vocera solutions to improve door-to-needle time and dramatically improve outcomes for stroke patients. Hear how emergency medical services (EMS) teams collaborate with specialists in neurology, radiology, nursing, laboratory, and pharmacy using the hands-free Vocera Badge and Vocera smartphone app to activate the right people and prepare life-saving drugs before the ambulance arrives at the ED.

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