Pulsara’s many dynamic features and capabilities go beyond “good enough" to continually embrace excellence built around your needs. Each feature is tied directly to real-world benefits, helping you and your teams perform even better.
Listed below are just of few of those features and capabilities:
With group video conferencing, individuals and teams can quickly and easily add multiple team members to a conversation—within and across organizations.
Pulsara's calling with group video conferencing enables even more powerful and streamlined communication and collaboration among teams and collaborators. And with Pulsara PATIENT, you can even group conference with patients and their family members.
Pulsara continues to expand the number of external integrations offered via our Public API—streamlining your workflows even more.
With our deep linking feature, you can add a link to other software systems like imaging software, monitor data or an ePCR, and display those links right in a patient channel. Simply tap the link to view the information in an external system. When done viewing, return back to Pulsara to pick up where you left off.
The Pulsara Summary Report (PSR) gives users a quick way to come up to speed with patients, distribute patient channel data where devices don’t yet exist, and potentially satisfy handwritten state short-form requirements.
Viewable within Pulsara HQ, it can also be printed and follow the patient as they are moved around your facility or transferred among organizations. With the PSR you can easily attach any image to the report—from handwritten notes to ECG images—for all relevant providers to view.
"From the beginning, Pulsara’s purpose has been to improve the lives of people in need and those who serve them. These features and capabilities do just that—supporting teams towards better communication and coordination."
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.