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Everbridge Industry Focus

Hospitals + Healthcare Systems

9 of the 10 largest U.S. healthcare systems trust Everbridge

Delivering Quality Care While Protecting Patients, Staff, and Systems

Healthcare is an increasingly complex and collaborative system with hospitals already operating at or near maximum capacity daily. During critical events, the ability to anticipate and respond defines how adept hospitals will be in mitigating a host of risks that can threaten resilience. When seconds matter, lives depend on a coordinated real-time response typically involving multiple stakeholders, across multiple hospital sites. Whether responding to a daily, non-emergent clinical case or a high-acuity case, care providers are typically challenged with managing capacity and delivering quality patient care in less time, while exceeding compliance standards and patient expectations. All the while, they must maintain a safer environment of care by ensuring IT systems and technologies are running smoothly and any technology related incidents are resolved rapidly with little-to-no impact on patient care hospital operations.

Improving ED Communications         Deliver Timely
Patient-Centered Care
         Enhance Patient Experience         Keep Staff Safe

Everbridge Empowers Hospitals to Overcome COVID-19 Challenges

COVID-19 has changed nearly every aspect of normal life, but perhaps none more so than healthcare systems. Everbridge helps hospitals safely resume care and establish a new normal with a robust risk mitigation and emergency response platform. Leverage Everbridge’s COVID-19 Shield solution for:

  • Automated contact tracing
  • Safe and secure telehealth
  • Critical events management platform
  • Incident management response for cybersecurity risks
  • Digital wayfinding to COVID-19 facility zones

COVID-19 will continue to alter healthcare systems for some time. Hospitals can depend on Everbridge for unique solutions to every complex challenge they face now and in the future.

“Everbridge has helped us improve response to critical events from patient emergencies like stroke and STEMI patients to environment of care emergencies such as chemical spills.”

– Sheri Abendroth, Safety and Emergency Management Coordinator

Sutter's Success

“We’ve improved ED throughput by 19% with a 1.5-hour reduction in the length of stay from arrival to ED departure. This has translated into a 62% improvement in door-to-doctor time. We continue to measure patient outcomes — however team members have reported high satisfaction due to reduced alarm fatigue and the reduced need of pagers.”

– Andrea Perry, Sutter Roseville Medical Center