Automating Your Hospital Code Pink Response: Why

Automating Your Hospital Code Pink Response: Why

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Hospital Code Pink Use Case

In certain situations, such as a pediatric medical emergency, there are specifically trained individuals that are needed to perform surgery or other procedures. There are no warnings for when these patients are going to need care, so it is vital to have some kind of system in place to prepare. Making sure the right staff are available, and are easily able to be communicated with is made much simpler using automation. Hospitals are looking to avoid manually reaching out during emergency situations, and save as much time as possible.

SimplyCast presents the Hospital Code Pink use case, designed to leverage digital engagement tools to help hospitals efficiently send alerts to staff and allow them to respond. Two-way communication is really the key to this solution, as hospitals need to communicate both ways with trained staff, and confirm availability when a patient needs emergency care.

There are many benefits to incorporating an automated solution, but we have chosen to share our top 3 in this blog.

Top Benefits

SimplyCast designed this solution to ensure that hospitals can communicate internally using the most efficient and organized methods possible. Manually tracking down the right people is both time consuming, and leaves room for miscommunications. For example, a doctor may leave their work to go help handle a pediatric cardiac arrest, only to find the required amount of staff is already there. This doctor has now left their patient, and spent precious time that could have been avoided. The automated system ensures only the needed number of employees are at the scene, and confirms availability with the click of a button.

Easily Send Alerts

Since the system includes a centralized hospital staff registry, all of the needed contact information is already in one place. The solution will pull this data from the registry, and send out messages to staff to confirm whether they are available to assist.

Active Monitoring

This solution allows for response tracking, which ensures that everyone who sends in their availability, is tracked and noted for review. This helps avoid overstaffing, yet ensures that the required resources are brought in to help the patient.

Incident Review

A post-situation analysis is important to see what went well, as well as what can be improved. Every response and outcome will be recorded, and can be used to improve response times.


Why SimplyCast?

That’s the summary of what it takes to create a digital solution for a hospital code pink, and it’s only scratching the surface of what is possible when it comes to using automated technology to help during pediatric emergency situations.

The SimplyCast platform is a no-code platform that allows anyone to build and edit their solution. As a result, this solution is fully customizable, it can be tweaked or altered to meet the exact needs of every institution.

Don’t worry about scalability and security! SimplyCast is an ISO 27001:2013-certified company with data centers in the USA and Canada. This means we can assure you that your confidential data is safe on our secure server and the messages you transmit are completely encrypted. Our platform has the capacity to send 100,000+ messages every hour and allows 10,000+ concurrent sessions. We can also acquire additional gateways and servers if you need them.

Most importantly, we have a 99.5% minimum uptime. With our solution, you can have peace of mind.


Don’t wait! Our experts are ready to give you a one-on-one demo to explain how this solution works. Let them know you’re looking at OUC058, Hospital Code Pink when your demo begins.

Simply request a demo by clicking the button below and let us show you how our solution can help you manage your code pink protocol more effectively.

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