Real-time Healthcare Communications
NUSO delivers better clinical communications for Hospitals, clinics, medical offices, and healthcare facilities.
Unified Communications is changing medical technology. More healthcare organizations use modern communication tools to deliver high-quality healthcare solutions while reducing operational costs, supporting mobile staff, and offering streamlined patient support.
With the rise of tele-medicine, cloud communications is essential to meet the evolving needs of clients and patients.
Empower Telehealth Services and Mobility
Improve Medical Staff Collaboration
Industry Leading HIPAA Compliant Communications
Higher Patient Engagement and Satisfaction
Our tools help medical professionals focus on improving lives within their community.
Offer Virtual Care and Appointments with Online Conferencing
In today’s world, telehealth services are a must. By providing long-distance clinical service through technology, providers can provide deliver healthcare services to patients anywhere. Our Unified Communications and Collaboration brings a countless number of technology solutions for practices. NUSO’s video conferencing has been used by many organizations to give patients access to essential health information from any location. Medical professionals also utilize our services to check-in with patients, order prescriptions, and provide other health services such as minor urgent care, chronic condition management, home health care, or post surgical follow-up.
Streamline Medical Communication for Staff
In healthcare, real-time information is key. Our communication tools combine voice, secure fax, video conference, instant messaging, and presence – into a single platform. Your important information and messages are accessible through one program on any desktop or mobile device. Instead of wasting time tracking down the right staff, medical organizations can use NUSO Cloud UC to send calls or messages to the appropriate department. Call forwarding makes sure doctors and nurses receive calls to their home, mobile, or office numbers. Staff can also use video conferencing to coordinate upcoming appointments or procedures.