Wavelink, a mobility and clinical communications provider for the healthcare sector, says it has launched a new business unit - Connected Health.
The company said the new unit will work with selected qualifying tier one and tier two partners to sell complex solutions to enterprise health customers, including public and private hospitals.
Wavelink said it is focussed on supporting the delivery of a "connected health experience" through tailored solutions.
The company said it collaborates with vendors such as Spectralink, Alcatel Lucent Enterprise, Olinqua and SOTI, together with other third-party application partners to execute project delivery and build solutions such as staff duress, voice and secure text, vital sign monitoring, medication management, critical alert management and equipment location giving its partners an end-to-end connected health offering.
Wavelink CEO Ilan Rubin said, “The Connected Health portfolio consists of a constantly expanding portfolio of solutions that let healthcare workers carry out their duties more safely, securely and effectively.”
Alan Stocker, Connected Health lead, said, “Connected Health demonstrates how, through technology, healthcare organisations can improve patient care and drive operational efficiency with location-based services, duress, surveillance, and workflow management as well as communications. Decision-makers in the healthcare sector need assurance that the suppliers they choose have the expertise and experience to deliver. With Connected Health and Wavelink’s trusted partners, they can be sure of that.”