Take a sneak peek into expert advice from industry leaders on how to create and implement your mobile healthcare strategy.
Meeting Your Collaboration and Communication Needs
Communicate securely by voice, email, text and video chat.
Alerts, alarms and emergency preparedness
Quickly and efficiently notify appropriate personnel of emergency, IT outage and safety issues.
Cross platform EMM
Securely manage all mobile devices and applications from one pane of glass.
Secured Information Exchange
Securely share files, documents and videos with enterprise file sync and share.
Securely extend the desktop or web experience to any mobile device.
Secure access to apps, data and content
Control access to applications and data, including content stored in the cloud.
Mobile Solutions for Every Aspect of Your Healthcare Organization
Communicate with other clinicians and access information from anywhere.
Hospital staff coordination
Enable a structured workflow to coordinate clinical codes, transporters, housekeeping and OR.
Securely communicate by message, voice and video between provider and patient.
Capture health information with peripheral wearables and biometric monitors.
Mobilize your homecare workforce, coordinating routes, mileage, access to clinical data, and more.
Coordinate first responder units and enable pre-emptive readiness in the emergency room upon arrival.
Communicate with other clinicians, access information from anywhere and securely mobilize employees.
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Featured Case Studies
North American Healthcare Collective
The company estimates that using BlackBerry AtHoc for scheduling has reduced the amount of time their scheduling staff spends on the phone by approximately 50%.BlackBerry
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University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB)
Our solutions must meet our criteria of making sure they enable our staff to focus fully on improving service to patients … BlackBerry appreciates that.Director of Information and
Communications Technology, UHB
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I run a multimillion dollar, multinational, multi-modality system response in many countries at the same time, all through BBM on my Passport. This technology helps us do our jobs better, and our job is to save lives on a global scale.Founder and Executive Director
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What You Need to Know
Guide to Mobile Healthcare
Strategies, Tactics, and Case Studies for CIOs and other Leaders.
Doctors used to be Banned from Texting. Here's what has Changed.
It's Time to Modernize Emergency Communications at Hospitals.
Hear from experts and implementers why home healthcare should go mobile.
Mobilize Your Homecare Workforce, Coordinating Routes, Mileage, Secure Messaging and Collaboration, Access to Clinical Data, Scheduling and Real Time Location Services.
The New Emergency Preparedness Rule for Healthcare Providers and Suppliers, by Paul Newman, September 8, 2017
Our Bodies Our Data: How Healthcare Providers Can Protect Patient Privacy, by Sara Jost, July 2017
Case Study: How This Healthcare App Developer Is Using the BBM Enterprise SDK to Take Patient Care to the Cloud, by Dan Auker, April 27, 2017
The Surprising IT Worry That Keeps Healthcare Lawyers Up at Night, by Sara Jost, March 29, 2017
Malware Infects Most Hospitals. Here are 10 Steps to Cure This Epidemic, by Dr. Abhishek Puri, February 23, 2017
The Privacy-Protecting Software Solution for Compassionate Doctors, by Sara Jost, January 19, 2017
In the News
Coordinate First Responder Units and Enable Pre-Emptive Readiness in the Emergency Room Upon Arrival.Hospitals, Don’t Wait to Address These Little Known IoT Security Issues, by Sara Jost, RN, published November 1, 2017 in Healthcare IT News
Cybersecurity efforts and patient care are both equally important, by Sara Jost, RN, published September 28, 2017 in Healthcare Innovation
Our bodies, our data: How healthcare providers can protect patient privacy, by Sara Jost, RN, published September 11, 2017 in Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review
Five helpful tips for protecting the healthcare industry from ransomware, by Sara Jost, RN, published August 18, 2017 in Becker’s Health IT & CIO Review
Comment: Securing medical devices and networks in the era of ransomware, by Sara Jost, RN, published August 29, 2017 in Building Better Healthcare
4 Ways to Simplify Physicians’ Workflow
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Our Bodies, Our Data: Protecting Patient Privacy
See how healthcare providers can protect patient privacy.
Healthcare Secure Messaging and Collaboration
Explore a common healthcare use case for secure communication.
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