GE Healthcare and TeleHealth Services Brings Advanced Nurse Call Solution to Hospitals

telehealthGE Healthcare and TeleHealth Services Partner to Bring Advanced Nurse Call Solution to Hospitals Partnership brings together each organization’s unique expertise into one solution, helping facilities address patient care technology opportunities

RALEIGH, N.C., Nov. 5  TeleHealth Services, the America’s leading provider of on-demand patient education and communication solutions has become a Strategic Partner reseller of GE Healthcare Monitoring Solutions nurse call and communication systems including Telligence(TM), a platform designed for healthcare facilities to address patient communication challenges. By leveraging each organization’s industry-leading services and collective capabilities, GE Healthcare and TeleHealth will deliver comprehensive healthcare communication solutions.

Telligence incorporates groundbreaking capabilities from traditional nurse call systems. Combining Voice-over-IP and Powered Ethernet infrastructure with a robust SQL database, flexible software clients and system integrations, Telligence delivers a nurse call and messaging solution built to maximize ange-Telligence-dubai
existing network infrastructure.

Telligence provides a level of scalability, flexibility and reliability above and beyond other conventional patient-staff communication systems. Combined with TeleHealth’s robust suite of technology products and unmatched customer service, the offering will not only enhance patient safety and increase patient, staff and physician satisfaction, it will also improve overall clinical workflows.

TeleHealth further enhances the offering by combining comprehensive consultation, design and implementation services simplifying the installation process, while engineering the proper solution. Additionally, TeleHealth’s multiple financing options allow facilities the ability to work within their
budgets.

“The combination of each company’s industry-leading solutions creates an extremely valuable offering that addresses some of today’s most complex healthcare issues for patient safety and quality of care,” said Steve Sholtis, TeleHealth Services’ VP of Hospital Communications Systems. “Bringing together
visual controls, TeleHealth’s process improvement methodologies and GE’s global expertise in change management will enable healthcare organizations to achieve higher patient, physician and staff satisfaction, improve quality of care and increase nurse efficiency. By virtue of this relationship with GE Healthcare, we can bring these concepts to help hospitals create a more efficient, higher quality and safer patient care environment.”