Our Work: Some of Our Key Customers

Midstate Medical Center

Midstate Medical CenterThis 144-bed facility located in Central Connecticut manages to provide an approach to caring for patients and delivering services that belies its community hospital stature. Since 2007 T2’s team has been an important collaborator in Midstate’s clinical communication technologies. Initially we worked as the integrator responsible for design and deployment of their Vocera/Nurse call system, then as embedded members of Midstate’s support staff. In 2012 T2 collaborated with Midstate to enhance their patient staff communications workflow through an expanded and enhanced integration with their Rauland nurse call system. You can read about this new initiative here.

Atlanticare Regional Medical Center

AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center (ARMC) is a 567-bed teaching hospital with campuses in Atlantic City and Pomona, NJ. ARMC also provides emergency services at its Satellite Emergency Department in the AtlantiCare Health Park Hammonton Campus. T2’s team was responsible for the design, deployment, and rollout of the Atlanticare’s enterprise-wide Vocera communications platform. Since its inception in 2007, T2’s support team has provided ongoing operational and clinician support services for Vocera deployments across Atlanticare’s campuses.

Saint Francis Care

New England’s largest Catholic hospital, with 617 licensed inpatient beds, Saint Francis has worked with the T2 team since its initial Vocera deployment in early 2005. Now expanded to cover nursing and specialty units across the Saint Francis campus, T2’s managed Vocera services provide nursing staff with key onsite support resources, including ongoing training, new departmental rollout services, as well as ongoing technical support. In spite of shifts in hospital resources, T2’s team has allowed Saint Francis to quadruple the amount of users served without burdening internal resources.

White Plains Hospital

Since it began exploring the proper communication platform to support the new Flanzer Center for Emergencies and Critical Care in 2009, T2 has been this Westchester County, NY hospital’s trusted advisor and implementation partner. Launched in 2010, the Emergency Department introduced Ascom wireless telephones as a means of better responding to increased demands of a much larger emergency medicine footprint. In early 2012, White Plains expanded their Ascom wireless handset deployment to include 4 inpatient units who are using the DECT-based phones to receive alarm notifications from the Rauland Responder nurse call system. Later this year the rest of the inpatient units will be added on to complete the build out of a complete patient staff communication solution.

Norwalk Hospital

Norwalk HospitalSince 2006, T2’s team has been a trusted partner in care taking Norwalk’s Vocera house wide communications platform. As a customer of our managed support services, Norwalk’s nurses and clinical support staff benefit from T2’s regular onsite presence. Norwalk’s IT team benefits from T2 proactive attention to backend details, including a unique understanding of the tie ins between this technology and nurse call. T2’s behind the scenes work has kept Norwalk’s Vocera growing and healthy since its inception.

Phelps Memorial Hospital

Phelps Memorial HospitalAnother long-standing T2 customer, Phelps Memorial has relied upon our partnership since October of 2005. As a community hospital with limited local IT resources, T2’s augmentative support services has allowed the 235-bed Tarrytown, NY hospital to benefit from a high-end technology like Vocera without the internal IT or clinical workflow capabilities. The continued partnership has allowed the Phelps team to incrementally grow Vocera’s footprint and continue finding new opportunities to improve workflow and patient care.

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