The University of Michigan Health System has selected Connexall to distribute critical data, improve clinical communications and enhance the patient experience at the 348-bed CS Mott Children’s Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women’s Hospital.

The Connexall hospital-wide interoperability engine allows clinicians to access critical data, review the types of alerts they receive, run reports and adapt workflows.

“After reviewing several systems, we found Connexall was the only vendor-neutral technology that offers clinicians access to a broad array of critical alerts at the point of care,” said Loree Collett, associate hospital administrator.