EHR Collaboration Integrations
Halo Health is a HIPAA compliant solution that integrates with leading EHR vendors to retrieve the patient information needed for seamless patient collaboration and communication.
HL7 ADT integration for patient information
HL7 ORU information for laboratory or radiology results
SMTP for sepsis alerts
Nurse Call Systems
Halo Health provides integration with nurse call systems, ensuring the patient's message gets to the right nurse at the right time. Halo leverages role-based communications to make sure the appropriate resource is identified quickly.
Halo supports the following standard protocols TAP, WCTP, SIP Shared Device Compatibility:
Zebra® MC40, TC51/52 & TC56
Honeywell® Dolphin® CT50
Samsung® Galaxy S6/S7/S8
Ascom, Spectralink, Cisco wireless devices can be transitioned to use the new smart devices
VoIP Calling enabled through PBX
Nurse Mobility empowers your team to use one mobile device for secure messaging, alerts, and voice. Halo Health integrates with VOIP enabled through PBX to deliver unified communications.
Standard PBX Integrations
Cisco® Unified Communication Manager
Avaya™ Aura® Communications Manager
Halo Scheduling Integrations
Halo Scheduling is an agnostic scheduling solution that can integrate with third-party staff scheduling solutions such as QGenda or Amion to provide role-based communication.
If a customer chooses to not use the native on-call scheduling functionality in the Halo Platform, we can integrate with their existing scheduling software, such as QGenda, Amion, etc. to provide role-based communication.
Active Directory (AD)
Halo users can leverage their existing organization credentials to log into Halo, allowing your enterprise to control who has access. Two types of authentication are supported:
- LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)
- SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language)
Single Sign On (SSO)
Halo allows users to sign into multiple applications with a single username or password on both desktop and mobile devices.
- Halo’s SSO Mobile is via Imprivata badge tap on a mobile device
Halo Integrates with Top Companies
Halo's Smart Alarm Management Reduces Interruption Fatigue
150+ alarms are generated per patient per day at a typical critical care unit.
That’s one alarm per patient every 4-10 minutes. Even more shocking is that 70-99% of clinical alarms are false and require no action. Interruption fatigue can lead to lower levels of staff satisfaction, increased staff turnover, and lower HCAHPS scores, or in a worst-case scenario, patient harm. Halo solves that challenge by integrating and mobilizing only the most critical applications, like alerts, helping to decrease interruption fatigue.
Alarm Communication Management (ACM) integration with Halo.
Halo partners with your system’s alarms committee to mobilize only the right alarms via ACM integration. By reducing the quantity of mobilized alerts, your system will see a reduction in alert desensitization and an increase in patient and staff satisfaction.