Nebraska Medical Center

By Aditi Pai 10:21 am May 6, 2013
Sarasota, Florida-based Voalte, which offers a point of care communications application for nurses, recently named its Founder and VP of Innovation Trey Lauderdale as the company's new president. Voalte's longtime CEO Rob Campbell has since departed the company and is searching for other startup opportunities in the area. Voalte provides nurses with voice, alert and text capabilities on a...
By Brian Dolan 06:01 pm October 8, 2012
Sarasota, Florida-based Voalte, which equips healthcare provider teams with its iOS-based clinical communication offering, has raised $6 million in a strategic round of funding led by an undisclosed healthcare information technology leader and an unnamed major healthcare system. The company plans to use the funds to add 100 new employees to its team, which would see its ranks tripling from 50...
By Brian Dolan 08:07 am January 18, 2012
Following a research and test phase of Voalte's iPhone-based voice, alarm, and text communication offering, Massachusetts General Hospital has begun to deploy iPhones to nurses in its newest hospital facility, the Lunder Building. Voalte says its system went head-to-head with VoIP and badge-based communications technologies during the pilot phase at MGH. Voalte’s offering combines high-definition...
By Brian Dolan 04:48 pm June 15, 2011
The Nebraska Medical Center, the state’s largest healthcare facility, announced that it will soon be equipping clinicians and nurses with iPhones after inking a deal with Voalté to deploy its custom healthcare application. The Nebraska Medical Center is the first academic-based medical center in the country to use the Voalté software, according to the company. “Communication is an essential...