CINCINNATI, March 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Halo Health, a leading clinical communication and collaboration platform (CCCP) provider for health systems, announces it will demonstrate the latest version of its Halo Platform and participate in the Interoperability Showcase at the HIMSS Global Conference & Exhibition held in Orlando, FL from March 9-13. Visit the Halo Health booth #659 at HIMSS or schedule a meeting at https://halohealth.com/himss/.
The Halo Platform's latest release includes several new customer-driven features that help reduce clinician fatigue and increase efficiency. In the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase, Halo Health will demonstrate its ability to send an integrated mobile alert about a patient with a probable sepsis condition to specific provider roles in the use case tour called "Reducing Sepsis through Early Detection."
"Halo has been a trail blazer in mobile clinical applications," explains Jose Barreau, M.D., CEO of Halo Health. "As we continue innovating and helping customers, we are excited to demonstrate high-value clinical workflows that enable customers to improve clinical and financial outcomes," adds Barreau.
Halo Health recently changed its name from Halo Communications to better convey its commitment to the healthcare industry. Halo Health was founded by physicians in 2010 to close the gaps in time-sensitive clinical communication that cause delays in patient care. What started as a HIPAA-compliant texting application has evolved into the Halo Platform that uniquely supports the complex needs and scale of health systems. Several of Halo Health's largest health system customers each have more than 30,000 users that conduct several million mobile actions on its platform each month through personal and shared devices.
The Halo Platform is a scalable, AWS cloud-based solution that includes secure messaging, on-call scheduling, VoIP calling, critical results, alerts and care team tools in a unified mobile platform. The Halo Platform's unique workflow management system instantly delivers time-sensitive information to the right person, role, or team. This workflow and communication efficiency results in improved clinical and financial outcomes.
About Halo Health
Halo Health was founded by physicians in 2010 to bridge serious gaps in critical clinical communication that cause delays in patient care. What started as a HIPAA-compliant texting application has evolved into the Halo Clinical Communication and Collaboration Platform (CCCP) that uniquely supports the complex needs and scale of health systems. The Halo Platform combined with professional services enable health systems to accelerate patient care, increase clinician efficiency and improve financial outcomes. Halo is a long-term, strategic partner dedicated to achieving enterprise-wide objectives such as: standardization of communication and patient experience, technology consolidation and connecting the physician community. The Halo Platform brings together IT and communication solutions with a focus on clinical benefits to the patient and provider. Halo has offices in Cincinnati, OH, Columbus, OH and Chicago, IL. Visit www.halohealth.com to schedule a product demo.
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