U.S. Army Regional Health Command-Pacific Expands Vocera Technology at Facilities

Vocera Communications, Inc. — a recognized leader in clinical communication and workflow solutions — has confirmed that U.S. Army Regional Health Command-Pacific (RHC-P) is expanding Vocera technology at three military facilities. This $2.8 million contract completes a record year of federal bookings across the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and Veteran Health Administration (VA).

This agreement with RHC-P, a U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) region, includes a new deployment of Vocera solutions at Brian Allgood Army Hospital in Korea and a large expansion at Tripler Army Medical Center and Schofield Barracks Health Clinic in Honolulu.

Building out the MEDCOM global vision of standardizing communication with Vocera technology, Tripler is expanding the wearable technology enterprise-wide.

The mobile solution is now being deployed across the entire acute care facility, to its outpatient clinics on base, and to the Schofield Barracks Health Clinic. Tripler, the largest medical center in the RHC-P, is one of many DoD facilities around the world where Vocera technology is being expanded or deployed to improve patient care, safety and satisfaction. Brian Allgood Army Hospital joins a growing list of federal organizations transforming the healthcare experience with Vocera technology.

“We are very proud to serve military hospitals and improve the healthcare experience for soldiers, veterans, families and care teams around the world,” said Brent Lang, president and CEO of Vocera. “Our success in the federal government validates the unique advantages of our communication platform and how Vocera solutions can enhance patient care delivery in any healthcare system or mission-critical environment. We expect our momentum within the DoD and VA to continue over time as we add new facilities and cross sell within existing customers.”

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