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Bernadette Rose

Senior Clinical Analyst

Norwalk Hospital

HQ Phone:  (203) 852-2000

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Norwalk Hospital

34 Maple Street

Norwalk, Connecticut,06856

United States

Company Description

Norwalk Hospital is a private, not-for-profit, voluntary acute care community hospital, located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. The hospital, founded more than 100 years ago, has maintained a tradition of providing outstanding service to the residents of Nor...more

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TPC Associates. The Northeast's Most Reliable Healthcare Communications Provider. Norwalk Hospital Profile.

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"The remote support they offered after installation was not sufficient for the hospital," recalls Bernadette Rose of Norwalk Hospital's Telecommunications/IT team and the de facto leader of the Vocera search team.
Adds Lyon, "they didn't have a local person, and we feared we would be dealing with someone far away, which would make it difficult for us to get the services we needed." TPC Healthcare, on the other hand, was local, had successfully deployed Vocera at several area hospitals, and had a reputation for being hands-on and really working with healthcare customers from pre-sales through installation and after. "TPC was willing to take on not so much a vendor role as much as a partner role," says Rose. "The TPC Healthcare team has more than lived up to expectations - and hospital-wide Vocera has proved even more efficient than we thought," says Rose, who serves as the on-site support person for Vocera. "Not once have I felt - and this is saying a lot because I deal with a lot of vendors - that I was being let down or ignored," she says. "The third is having strong nursing management to spearhead it for their staff," says Rose.


It’s Not Easy Being a Hospital’s Mobile Device Manager (PDAStreet.com Article)

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Kenny Schiff's PDAStreet.com article "It's Not Easy Being a Hospital's Mobile Device Manager" profile's Bernadette Rose, Norwalk Hospital's Manager of Telecommunications and Communication Services.


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Bernadette Rose is the Manager of Telecommunications and Communication Services at Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, Connecticut.
In the heart of the very competitive Fairfield County, Connecticut, marketplace, Norwalk has over 310 staffed beds and transacted over $540 million of business in 2007 (~80,000 patient days). Over the last five years, demand for mobile technologies at Norwalk Hospital has risen exponentially. Unfortunately, additional headcount to keep those devices under control, as well as tools to manage these critical communication devices, has not kept pace. In her role as Telecommunications Manager, Rose presides over an extensive investment in mobile devices, some 1500 of them, including a hospital-wide Vocera deployment that includes over 400 hands-free speech recognition enabled VoWiFi (Voice over WiFi) devices from Vocera. "Whether you worked for a hospital or any other type of business, you bought your dial tone from whatever company supported you, like AT&T or Verizon, and basically they did all the work for you," said Rose, a member of Norwalk Hospital's IT staff for seven years. "The audience that I support runs the gamut from administrative staff, to engineering, to doctors and nurses," said Rose. "Tracking everything is mind boggling, and it's never accurate," said Rose.


www.pdastreet.com

Bernadette Rose is the Manager of Telecommunications and Communication Services at Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, Connecticut.
In the heart of the very competitive Fairfield County, Connecticut, marketplace, Norwalk has over 310 staffed beds and transacted over $540 million of business in 2007 (~80,000 patient days). Over the last five years, demand for mobile technologies at Norwalk Hospital has risen exponentially. Unfortunately, additional headcount to keep those devices under control, as well as tools to manage these critical communication devices, has not kept pace. In her role as Telecommunications Manager, Rose presides over an extensive investment in mobile devices, some 1500 of them, including a hospital-wide Vocera deployment that includes over 400 hands-free speech recognition enabled VoWiFi (Voice over WiFi) devices from Vocera. "Whether you worked for a hospital or any other type of business, you bought your dial tone from whatever company supported you, like AT&T or Verizon, and basically they did all the work for you," said Rose, a member of Norwalk Hospital's IT staff for seven years. "The audience that I support runs the gamut from administrative staff, to engineering, to doctors and nurses," said Rose. "Tracking everything is mind boggling, and it's never accurate," said Rose.


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"The remote support they offered after installation was not sufficient for the hospital," recalls Bernadette Rose of Norwalk Hospital's Telecommunications/IT team and the de facto leader of the Vocera search team."TPC was willing to take on not so much a vendor role as much as a partner role," says Rose."The TPC Healthcare team has more than lived up to expectations - and hospital-wide Vocera has proved even more efficient than we thought," says Rose, who serves as the on-site support person for Vocera."Not once have I felt - and this is saying a lot because I deal with a lot of vendors - that I was being let down or ignored," she says."The third is having strong nursing management to spearhead it for their staff," says Rose.


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