HIPAA-Compliant and Secure
We take privacy and security very seriously. Pulsara is SOC2 Type 2 and ISO 27001 certified and is an approved vendor with many national health systems.
Pulsara connects people when seconds matter.
The Pulsara platform is a HIPAA-compliant, secure, easy-to-use app that unites the entire care team — even if they are in different departments or organizations (rural or urban)! By replacing multiple phone calls, radio reports, faxes, and pagers with one unified patient channel, care providers see reduced treatment times, reduced costs, and improve the lives of both patients and caregivers.
Everyone — from EMS to urgent care to nursing homes, testing clinics, stroke teams, imaging, registration, standalone EDs, Public Health, and even FEMA Medical Operations Coordination Cells.
Pulsara is built for any interaction a patient's care team may need along the care journey.
Pulsara's solution is flexible to connect ANY and all members of the care team (rural and urban) — regardless of location or organization.
Pulsara unites ALL care team members within and across organizations for ANY patient event and EVERY method of arrival.
Check out these unique features our Pulsara customers rave about:
Flexible teams and team events: Create as many teams as your organization needs, and add to them on the fly as cases and staffing change. In the case of stroke for example, your neurologist can go on call for multiple teams, even across multiple organizations!
Multi-phase activation for all patient types: For any case, you have the option to alert your full STEMI (or stroke, trauma, etc) team off the bat, or start with just the ED and add others as the case evolves. Other top alerting features:
- Customizable alert sounds
- Ability to override Do Not Disturb for critical alerts on iOS
- Repeat primary alerts
Schedule your next on and off call times so the entire team has transparency into your schedule. No more alerts when you're supposed to be sleeping or on vacation.
Pulsara provides the most robust yet flexible solution for communication and logistics. EMS teams enjoy integration with their favorite ECG monitors, EMS-to-EMS handoff, facility-to-EMS handoff, the ability to consult specialists, medical control or any other member of the care team, and more.
Pulsara provides the highest quality live video experience, complete with optional group video conferencing and recorded video. Coming soon: screen sharing.
Pulsara is your single source of truth in an otherwise fragmented system: Amidst health systems with many different referring organizations using many different devices and data sources, Pulsara allows your organization — and any others on the patient channel — to access all of the patient data in one place.
Pulsara is the only communication network and mobile app that helps facilitate and streamline care coordination across inter-organizational care teams.
No other solution enables geographically dispersed care teams to assemble and interact in real time across the care continuum through a single, centralized, and time-stamped source of truth for each case.
Miscommunication in healthcare is a deadly problem that can't be solved by just connecting one part of the care team.
Pulsara is trusted by leading health systems across the United States and Australia. 100% of our clients report better treatment times after using Pulsara. We believe in data-driven results.
"Pulsara was already amazing with STEMI and stroke. You could have just rested on those laurels. We've looked and no other platforms offer what you guys do. It's saving lives."
"On my first TTM case using Pulsara, I was able to analyze all the activity and create our TTM team from home!"
"Time is critical in these cases and creating teams who are all notified concurrently and respond to assist in the care of these patients is a game-changer for our facility."
“Pulsara integrates what was previously two separate systems [EMS and hospital]. We are now considered part of the continuum of care.”
"Pulsara provides transparency such that I don't necessarily need to be in the hospital to know what is occurring with any individual patient."