An Interview with Judit Sharon – CEO at OnPage

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OnPage is a Cloud Based, Cross-Platform, Cross-Carrier Priority Messaging System, that works on Cellular and WiFi Coverage.   CEO, CFO – The Most Powerful Name in Corporate News   CEOCFO: Ms. Sharon, what is the concept behind Onset Technology? Ms. Sharon: Onset has always been in the priority, critical messaging space. Onset’s latest product, OnPage, was created with the premise that some messages Just cannot wait, and using casual messaging applications for time sensitive communications is simply not acceptable. OnPage, a cloud based, cross-platform, cross-carrier Priority Messaging system, eliminates the need to carry a Traditional Pager in order to separate the critical messages from the clutter. OnPage enables professionals to ditch their pagers, but unlike email and SMS, it ensures that critical messages will grab their attention and will never be missed. The system works over cellular as well as WiFi coverage, anywhere in the world. Even if you are in […] Read more »

Pagers Cost Hospitals $1.75 Million in Inefficient Communications

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Inefficient communications during critical clinical workflows such as patient admissions, emergency response team coordination, and patient transfers costs the average U.S. hospital about $1.75 million annually, according to a new report from the Ponemon Institute. The report finds that: A significant amount of time is wasted during these workflows due to the inefficiency of pagers and the lack of adoption of secure text messaging. The use of secure text messaging could reclaim more than half of this wasted time. The Ponemon study highlight the pressing need to overcome inefficient communications  with more effective communications solutions for efficient communication and collaboration amongst providers is critical to the coordination and delivery of patient and allow patients to more quickly receive the care they require. The survey examine more than 400 healthcare providers in the U.S. to identify areas of inefficient communications  in three specific clinical workflows: Patient admissions Coordinating emergency response teams Patient transfers […] Read more »