Six Ways Leading Hospitals Use Unified Communications to Improve Patient Care, Safety, and Satisfaction

Sept. 9, 2010

Achieving your goals of high-quality patient care and safety requires a unified communications approach to sharing information among the people, systems, and devices in your organization. With the advanced communications requirements hospitals face, the right behind-the-scenes technology is the only way to protect patients and help your staff perform their jobs in the best way possible.

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