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Connexall Announces Partnership with Voalt
Date:2/26/2010

Partnership allows point-of-care workers to improve workflow and patient care.

(PRWEB) February 26, 2010 -- Connexall, the pioneering developer of integrated communications software, today announced its strategic partnership with Voalt, a leading developer of innovative point-of-care communications software on the iPhone and other smartphone platforms.

The partnership will extend both companies’ capacity to integrate multiple communication devices and clinical equipment while improving workflow and patient care in hospitals around the world. By leveraging Connexall’s diverse range of integration solutions and Voalt’s seamless integration of voice, alarms and text on mobile devices, healthcare organizations gain a more impressive range of communication solutions than ever before.

"The partnership between Connexall and Voalt provides an excellent opportunity to leverage the Connexall platform on the latest generation of smartphone devices," said Trey Lauderdale, vice president of innovation at Voalt. "We look forward to bringing new, innovative solutions to our mutual customers."

Timely communication is essential when the wellbeing of patients is on the line. With Connexall, healthcare organizations from large hospitals to smaller nursing and extended care facilities can increase the quality of patient care, patient safety and healthcare provider effectiveness while decreasing overall cost-of-care.

Both Connexall and Voalt combine world-class communications integration platforms with deep expertise in understanding how healthcare organizations pro
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