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Why Healthcare Organizations Should Consider Unified Communications Systems


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UCaaS (Unified Communication as a Service) powers communications and collaboration for many industries. Its features drive significant benefits for teams, and healthcare can reap them, too.

If your healthcare organization is considering new technology, UCaaS should be a top priority. Let’s look at why it delivers so many advantages.

Connecting Multiple Teams

You can bring everyone together through UCaaS. Consider how much easier it would be for billing to easily communicate with the lab department and others to streamline activities by patient. Your employees likely spend too much time chasing information or trying to connect. With the right technology, you can alleviate many of these pain points.

UCaaS Delivers Financial Advantages

If you’re currently using multiple systems for telephone, chat, online faxing, file backup and sharing, and video conferencing, then you’re likely overpaying. With UCaaS, you bundle all these things into one system and get one bill.

Systems Are Always Up to Date

Healthcare has many requirements around data security and sharing. Cybercriminals are constantly attempting to breach systems, and a leading way they exploit is via software that’s not updated. When you deploy UCaaS, your provider automates these updates.

Remote Workers Have the Same Access and Experience

UCaaS ensures remote employees have the same tools. They simply need an internet connection and login. UCaaS sits in the cloud, and as long as you have end-point security in place, this shouldn’t increase risk. Remote employees can take calls from their desktop, send IMs to co-workers, and start a video call with a click.

Unified Communication Systems are the Future

YeoVoice, powered by Elevate, delivers on all these benefits and more. It’s secure, reliable, and easy to deploy. Our strict adherence to healthcare compliance means you can trust it. You’ll enjoy award-winning support and industry-leading uptime.

Want to learn more? Contact Yeo & Yeo Technology.

Information used in this article was provided by our partners at Intermedia.

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