Millions of Personnel Worldwide use AtHoc
Baylor, Scott & White Health
The AtHoc solution adds a layer of security through computer popup alerts, keeping thousands of health care professionals—and their patients—safe and informed.
The health care professionals at Kaiser Permanente are protected by the AtHoc closed-loop mass notification system. Every clinic, physician, nurse and technician is notified in a crisis situation. 21 hospitals are able to send 2-way alerts, manage shift changes and scheduling through automated staff messages.
The Naval Medical Center San Diego
The AtHoc IWS solution safeguards patients and the NMCSD population. Unifying existing analog and digital systems over the IP network, AtHoc delivers mass notification and daily critical communications via telephone, text and e-mail alerts to 6,400 NMCSD staff from a single interface.
Irwin Army Hospital, Ft. Riley
AtHoc provides a next-generation solution for physical security and continuity of operations and patient care. Active directory integration assures alert contact.
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Uniquely equipped for the healthcare environment, AtHoc brings IP-based interaction and accountability to 12,000 medical personnel.
US Dept. of Veterans Affairs
The AtHoc solution integrated with the existing Navy system, yielding the enterprise-wide VA Personnel Accountability System (VA-PAS), protecting 500,000 personnel within hundreds of medical centers and outpatient, community, and outreach clinics across the nation.
The Jackson Laboratory
The Jackson Laboratory one of the most prestigious biomedical and genetic research companies in the world use the AtHoc Networked Crisis Communication Suite for storm warning, campus emergency and personnel accountability. Also, Jackson Laboratory uses the AtHoc to protect hundreds of PhD and Nobel Peace Prize winning research scientist.
Gritman Medical Center
Gritman uses AtHoc to quickly reach its staff, wherever they are, via email, text, telephone and the AtHoc Mobile Notifier™ in the event of extreme weather, natural disasters, human threats to patients and caregivers and information technology outages for its personnel within acute and ambulatory locations spread across rural Northern Idaho. Gritman Medical Center is an award-winning, non-profit, people-focused, community-driven organization that provides excellent and compassionate healthcare for the people of its communities.