Communication is important. Communication between doctors is life-saving. If it’s fast and effective, of course. To make it like that, two physicians, Frank Gencorelli and Andrew Rosendahl, decided to create a platform where hospital staff can chat, share documents, schedules, and tasks, save links and many more. One tap - and doctors have access to the information they need.
Despite global digitalization of everything, hospitals still don’t have one unified system for communication between staff. The technology is developing by leaps and bounds, and the healthcare, being responsible for people welfare and productivity, must take advantage of it.
Let’s take a look at three situations, where digital healthcare ecosystem would make the communication between medical workers much more fast and effective.
Man, 38 years old, called an ambulance because of nausea, chest pain, and shallow breathing. He was delivered to the nearest hospital. Turned out, he lives in another city and he is here on the one-day business trip. The man has been suffering from high blood pressure for the last few months. He has been taking few medications, but didn’t take them on the trip and doesn’t remember their names. Consultation with his therapist would be a great help for the doctors, but finding and trying to connect with him ends up in at least few hours process, that can be a death sentence for the man.
Add to this scenario Hubspring - and the situation doesn’t seem so bad anymore. Doctors from hospitals located in different places can easily connect in the app, share medical records and discuss the patient’s condition.
Huge hospital with a lot of departments. Physician, therapist and medical lab technologist need to arrange a meeting. Without one unified system with calendars for every worker it may result in endless calls, texts and changing the dates. But luckily this hospital’s staff uses Hubspring, where a calendar is synchronized with the latest changes in workers’ schedules, so they easily plan a meeting at the time which is comfortable for everyone.
There is a new ultrasound machine in the hospital. What is the best way to share the user instruction with staff that works in different departments and with different schedule? To upload it to the Hubspring. Now everybody who needs to use the machine, has an instant access to the manual. Even more - if something is unclear, users can ask questions in the chat and get help from colleagues.