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Berkshire Medical Center Selects Desktop Alert for Mass Notification Solutions
Date:12/15/2008

Desktop Alert, a Premier Net-Centric Alert and Notification Technology Company today announces the award of a network IP-Based alerting system acquisition supporting Berkshire Medical Center.

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) December 15, 2008 -- Desktop Alert, Inc., a Premier Net-Centric Alert and Notification Technology Company, today announces the award of a network IP-Based alerting system acquisition supporting Berkshire Medical Center. Desktop Alert can deliver emergency alerts, code alerts, sonograms, patient charts, x-rays and live streaming video from operating rooms to workstation monitors and digital signage; it also plays audio and video files, shows images, collects data/input from recipients and more.

Berkshire Medical Center, a nationally award-winning community hospital and a Planetree affiliate dedicated to patient-centered care, is a not-for-profit medical center, licensed for 302 beds and fully accredited by Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. As a medical center affiliated with Berkshire Health Systems, Berkshire Medical Center and its Hillcrest Campus serve all residents of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, and communities in adjacent eastern New York, northwest Connecticut and southwest Vermont.

The Desktop Alert Platform is much more than a mass notification platform, because it empowers the user to have "presence man
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