“Hospitals using the CommonPath API will be able to access, share and utilize information in ways never before possible,” said Critical Alert CEO
The new CommonPath API opens the door for hospitals to create customized native nurse call integrations that are more flexible and dynamic than out-of-the-box middleware integrations offered by most other nurse call companies. As hospitals seek ways to foster interoperability and manage data, the CommonPath API will also help break down information silos within the hospital.
“Using CommonPath’s new API makes it very easy for us to interface with other systems and equipment in our hospital to create a superior patient and caregiver experience,” said
Central to the API is the means for any third-party application to consume CommonPath’s event stream and configuration data in a secure and consistent manner. Event stream data includes calls/alerts, presence information, workflow status and messaging. The API allows access to critical internal state and configuration data including, but not limited to, messaging history, staffing, assignments, security and patients.
“We know hospital IT Departments will be excited by the flexibility offered by our API, allowing them to design system solutions that address their facilities’ specific needs,” added Critical Alert President and COO
Critical Alert invites HIMSS14 attendees to come have an IPA at Booth #7754 and learn more about our CommonPath API.
About Critical Alert Systems
Critical Alert designs and delivers the most technologically advanced, easy-to-use nurse call solutions on the market. Using native middleware, our CommonPath™ nurse call allows clinicians to enhance their workflows, lower costs, improve staff performance, and raise patient satisfaction. Our systems capture and store all events and patient interactions allowing hospitals to generate relevant and customizable reporting with real-time dashboards. Through its paging services, Critical Alert provides fast and reliable critical messaging for emergency medical and disaster response teams in 13 states in
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