Customer Videos


It’s Not Just About the Alarms; Reducing Failure to Rescue

Watch this presentation by Christina Taylor, RN, MSN, CCRN, Nurse Manager and Kristina Foard, RN, MSNEd, SCRN, Nurse Practice Specialist from Wake Forest Baptist discuss how Extension Engage has helped Wake Forest Baptist manage alarms.


UMMC Wins 2016 Intelligent Health Association Awards

Hear what Dr. Colleen Driscoll, Neonatologist and Director of Quality Improvement at the University of Maryland Medical Center, tells Emily Sopensky of the Intelligent Health Association about Extension Engage and how Engage has impacted care team communication, emergency communications, noise control, compliance with neonatal resuscitations, and more.


The University of Maryland Medical Center Receives 2016 IHA Awards – Part One

The Intelligent Health Association (IHA) announces The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) as the winner of its 2016 Improving Patient Care and Health Delivery Award. UMMC selected Extension Healthcare’s Engage Mobile platform with Zebra MC40 phones for its consistent reliability in providing nurses, assistants, and other providers communication within and between units. Watch the awards presentation from HIMSS16.


The University of Maryland Medical Center Receives 2016 IHA Awards – Part Two

The Intelligent Health Association (IHA) announces The University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) as the winner of its 2016 GRAND AWARD. UMMC selected Extension Healthcare’s Engage Mobile platform with Zebra MC40 phones for its consistent reliability in providing nurses, assistants, and other providers communication within and between units. Watch the awards presentation from HIMSS16.


NYU Langone Medical Center’s Implementation of Extension Engage

Watch this 30 minute presentation by NYU Langone Medical Center’s, Nancy Beale, MSN, BSN, RN-BC and Vice President of Clinical Systems and Integration. Nancy addresses the following topics and discusses NYU’s use of the Extension Engage clinical communication and collaboration platform:


Interruption Fatigue: What is the Overall Impact?

The AAMI Foundation hosted its first invitational regional event in October 2015. This day and a half educational opportunity brought together a diverse group of stakeholders to learn how various hospitals are addressing complex problems related to healthcare technology and patient safety. The areas of focus for the event corresponded to the three National Coalitions the AAMI Foundation is conducting over the next two years to improve patient safety including the National Coalition for Alarm Management Safety.

Watch this short presentation given by Kim Velez, BSN, RN, Clinical Informatics Specialist at St. Joseph Hospital at the 2015 AAMI Foundational regional event to learn how interruption fatigue was reduced using Extension’s alarm management, care team communication, and collaboration solutions.


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