Six Things Hospitals Need to Know About Replacing Pagers With Smartphones
Pagers have been an essential part of healthcare communications for a long time due to their ability to provide reliable communications at a low cost.
But there is now a better solution that allows a large percentage of the user population of doctors, nurses, and administrators to consolidate to a single device. In fact, chances are good that these devices are already commonplace at your hospital.
Learn the six things you need to know about replacing pagers with smartphones.
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