According to the company, the new device supports all of the Vocera system’s voice-driven features, works as a wireless telephone, and offers application support.
As an extension of the Vocera platform, the Vocera smartphone offers the same one-touch, voice user interface of the Vocera communications badge. Doctors and other clinical staff can access applications such as clinical alarm/alert systems, asset tracking and medical reference software. The system will also provide access to corporate e-mail, the company touts.
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