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Thailand health centre elevates services with new clinical communications

They will receive mobility devices and a nurse call system.

Two hospitals in Thailand, Bhadra Maha Rajanusorn Medical Centre, and Chulabhorn Hospital will integrate new clinical communications into their ecosystems.

The clinical and collaboration technology includes Ascom's mobility devices, software suite, nurse call system, and integration with third-party entities.

For Bhadra Maha Rajanusorn Medical Centre, the technology systems will be deployed in its new 449-bed hospital. Meanwhile, Chulabhorn Hospital will use the technology to improve its tech ecosystem.

One of the benefits of the technology is the enabling of effective communication and collaboration amongst team members through real-time location systems and electronic medical records.

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