BlackBerry® solutions enable clinicians to collaborate effectively
and access patient data (EMR) securely at the point of care,
reducing costs and delivering better clinical outcomes for patients.
Featured Success Story
Featured success story
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC)
"The BlackBerry solution helps us deliver patient-centric care and create a team that’s connected and collaborating."
Healthcare success stories
"With the help of BlackBerry smartphones and our mHealth technology, a family doctor can make a faster diagnosis of a person at risk, meaning the patient can access the latest technologies and medications leading to potentially better outcomes."
— Sandy Schwenger, Co-Owner and CEO
BlackBerry Solutions for Healthcare
BlackBerry mobile solutions can improve the quality of care you give—from better patient care and cost control to streamlined workflow and increased efficiency.
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Apps & options for healthcare
Healthcare applications empower clinicians with workflow, collaboration and electronic health record solutions at the point of care.
Medical Reference Tools
Alerts and results viewing for M.D.
Hospital information systems
Rounding, charge capture and ePrescribing
Home care information systems
Nursing & hospital workflow
Home care location-based systems
Private practice EMR software
“Where does the BlackBerry solution for healthcare fit in? It is undoubtedly one of the major keys to collaboration and accessing clinical information when and where it is needed at the point of care.”