WiFi badges for doctors in UK

Doctors and radiologists at a Liverpool NHS trust have started wearing wireless badges to replace pagers and that would ultimately improve patient care. The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust has installed an integrated communications infrastructure that includes wearable communication badges that operate over a wireless network and are intended to improve staff efficiency. The badges, which are voice activated, can be programmed to contact specific groups of hospital employees, such as the nearest staff who can be part of a crash team. The badges will allow people to make instant, direct contact with each other.


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