Take a streamlined approach to clinical communication & collaboration

See how symplr Clinical Communications can help you enhance collaboration and the patient experience by connecting teams, roles, and providers across all points of care.

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symplr Clinical Communications is designed by and for clinicians

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Save time and stay connected
Minimize the time spent on clinical communication and care coordination by accelerating interactions across all care points—from ambulatory to acute and post-acute, facilitated by our HIPAA secure messaging app.
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Integrate schedules with ease
Seamlessly connect communication workflows and automate role-based communication in real-time, ensuring that the right information reaches the right people exactly when needed. Our HIPAA secure messaging app ensures that all communications are secure and meet regulatory standards.
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Use one secure solution
Enhance clinical communication and ensure security with our HIPAA, HITRUST, and SOC II compliant solution. Clinicians use one application on one device for communication, scheduling, and receiving critical alerts, all unified through a streamlined platform that includes our HIPAA secure messaging app.

See how symplr can transform your team's clinical communication

What symplr Clinical Communications customers are saying:

We have integrated symplr Clinical Communications within our EHR, which has significantly cut down the time it takes for us to start treating a patient.

Head of Nursing Informatics

470-bed health system in Western US
symplr Clinical Communications is easy to use for frontline staff and allows them to better focus on patient care and not the use of technology.

William Schmidt

Clinical Informatics Training Specialist, Asante Health

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