Purpose-built for healthcare, Versity features best-in-class voice and data quality, application integration and durability
Spectralink has announced the introduction of the Versity clinical smartphone.
Versity empowers caregivers with a next-generation mobility solution featuring superior voice quality, flexible application integration and proven reliability in a slim, durable, lightweight device.
“With the onset of value-based care, healthcare workers are acutely focused on patient service quality,” said David Krebs, executive vice president of VDC.
Today’s advanced mobile solutions help to eliminate information silos, putting access to new apps and services directly into the hands of the caregivers
“Today’s advanced mobile solutions help to eliminate information silos, putting access to new apps and services directly into the hands of the caregivers.”
“For more than 25 years, Spectralink has worked in collaboration with the healthcare industry to develop innovative mobile solutions that enable clinicians to put patients at the centre of care,” adds Doug Werking, chief executive officer for Spectralink.
“The Versity clinical smartphone provides clinicians with critical collaboration tools, best-in-class Wi-Fi quality and coverage, and real-time access to data in a secure mobile device.”
Engineered to support today’s mobile caregivers with a sleek, consumer-like smartphone design and weighing less than 204 mg, Versity is easily operated with one hand. It includes a 5.2-inch, high-resolution display, providing clinicians with superior text and image clarity – even in low light conditions. Other features include:
“We set out to design a mobility solution to address the toughest enterprise requirements without compromising style, flexibility or performance,” said Andrew Duncan, vice president, product and technology solutions for Spectralink.
“The result is Versity – a purpose-built solution designed to meet the rigors and requirements of today’s healthcare environments while incorporating the consumer-type smartphone functionality users have come to prefer.”