The Clinical Communication Platform

Better, Faster, More Efficient Patient Care

KLAS_Badge-01.jpgDoc Halo is exclusive to healthcare, so our solutions are designed to address the communication and coordination issues unique to providers and their care teams.

What's the difference between the Doc Halo clinical communication platform and other secure communication products on the market? You can't have a clinical communication platform without a schedule management system, and we're the only company that has one. Communication failures happen when providers don't know who to call to coordinate care. We solve that problem.

Our philosophy is designed around three pillars: Secure Communication, Care Coordination and Systems Integration. The three pillars work together to put real-time communication in the middle of the healthcare workflow. Click the links below to learn about each pillar, and scroll down to watch a video demo.

Secure Communication

Access colleagues for real-time communication via secure texting, soft-phone capability and multi-modality alerts.

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Care Coordination

Teamwork modules allow you to activate critical teams, hand off care to the next physician, access on-call schedules and more.

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Systems Integration

Doc Halo integrates with EHRs, critical lab results, call center consoles and all your hospital systems for real access.

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Watch the Video to Learn More About the Clinical Communication Platform

 
 
 
 
 
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