Mobile Heartbeat Announces Integration Partnership to Decrease Clinician Reaction Time

Clinical Collaboration Provider Integrates with Stryker’s iBed Wireless System to Decrease Clinician Reaction Time During Bed Events

WALTHAM, Mass.--()--Leading clinical collaboration software provider Mobile Heartbeat today announced an integration partnership with medical technology company Stryker Corporation. The integration primarily facilitates alerts to Mobile Heartbeat’s unified collaboration platform, MH-CURE, from Stryker’s iBed Wireless system.

Through the integration, which leverages Mobile Heartbeat’s Inbound Alerting API, clinicians will receive critical notifications, including alerts for bed exit, to a single application on a single device. When clinicians receive critical patient information through one platform, they can react quicker to emergent situations and sentinel events, without juggling multiple devices and systems.

“Mobile Heartbeat has a proven track record of advancing the way clinicians receive important alerts,” said Mobile Heartbeat Chief Operating Officer, Mike Detjen. “We’re proud to offer our customers another way to leverage existing investments and drive a positive impact on patient care.”

The integration has undergone the testing and certification process and will be deployed at a shared customer facility in the near future. To learn more about Mobile Heartbeat’s advanced alerting integrations, contact our clinical mobility team.

About Mobile Heartbeat: Mobile Heartbeat® is a leading clinical communication and collaboration company with the goal of driving collaborative care and positive patient outcomes throughout the healthcare enterprise. The original platform, MH-CURE®, enables every role in every unit, department and facility to communicate with context, which streamlines clinical workflows, accelerates decision-making and—most importantly—improves patient care. The Banyan Platform is a cloud-hosted communication solution that powers modular capabilities and services to streamline care coordination across the healthcare continuum. The applications on the Banyan Platform provide reliable and scalable ways for clinicians to reach the right colleague with the right information, instantly. Hundreds of thousands of nurses, physicians and allied health workers at the largest, most complex healthcare systems in the United States rely on Mobile Heartbeat to power their communications.

About Stryker: Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with its customers, is driven to make healthcare better. The company offers innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes. More information is available at


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