Choose the Right Device for the Role or Task
Let clinicians and staff communicate using the device that fits the way they work - a hands-free Vocera Smartbadge or Badge, an iPhone or Android smartphone, a tablet for rounding, or a laptop or desktop workstation. Only Vocera offers choice.
A wearable device for users who need voice, text messaging, and alarm notifications with context about the patient, care team, and event.
Say, “OK Vocera”
A wearable device for users who communicate primarily with voice and need to receive basic text messages and alarm notifications.
Tap once to
wake it up.
iPhones or Android Smartphones
Smartphone software for clinicians who need to access clinical applications, scan barcodes, take notes, and perform other complex computing tasks. We support all deployment strategies, including BYOD.
applications support all
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Unified Software Experience
Nurses, physicians, healthcare professionals and the whole care team can synchronize on a consistent software protocol, regardless of device. There’s no need to know names, numbers, or who’s on call.
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Smartphone App Works
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Smartphones Purpose-Built for Healthcare
Sleek, Light, and Rugged with Unmatched Wi-Fi Voice Quality
The Versity smartphone offers a 5.2” touch display, Spectralink Voice Quality Optimization technology, and optional integrated 1D and 2D barcode scanner.Learn More
Spotlight on Safety
Communication with PPE
Don't risk contamination to have communication. Vocera hands-free communication is an essential part of personal protective equipment (PPE). Wear our voice-activated Smartbadge under PPE and just say “OK Vocera” to start communicating.
See the Smartbadge in Action
Customer Case Studies
Care teams at Halifax Health receive an alert within 30 seconds of the care advisory system detecting sepsis risk.
Columbia County Health System reduced response time to nurse call buttons by 21.4 percent.
Emerus/Baptist Emergency Hospitals reduced response time for alert incidents by three to five minutes.
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