Getting right with the Joint Commission: Improve Patient Safety with an Emergency Communication Plan Phone trees Out. Sophisticated Messaging in.

Dec. 3, 2010

If you want to learn more about the Joint Commission standards in regards to hospital communications technology, this white paper offers a case for improved communications, strategies for emergency communications plans, an emergency preparedness checklist. This paper also provides an in-depth look at sophisticated two-way communications systems that offer the ability to contact staff members instantly with targeted messaging through multiple devices, from wireless phones to pagers. This allows you to forego archaic phone trees and other unsophisticated approaches to disaster management communication.

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