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Katie Hottovy, CMO
Nobl Receives Innovation Grant to Develop Software to Improve Quality of Patient Care
Nebraska Department of Economic Development Grants Funds for Research and Development
OCTOBER 19, 2015 (Lincoln, Nebraska) — Continuing to reimagine and improve hospital rounding processes, Nobl is excited to announce we’ve been selected to receive an innovation grant from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development. The money will be used towards developing additional applications to empower care providers and improve quality of patient care. The
application will be used in conjunction with Vigilance™, and Cadence™, our leading-edge hourly and leader rounding applications.
“We’ve successfully created solutions to improve nurse to patient and leader to patient communication,” begins Nobl CEO Raymond Page. “We’re now creating a solution to bridge the communication gap between healthcare leaders and their staff, giving nurse leaders an opportunity to create a united culture that improves the quality of care for all patients served.”
With the goal of empowering care providers, the innovation grant will allow us to further our mission by giving a voice to care providers by helping hospitals collect and present intelligent data. With this solution, hospitals can expect to see higher employee satisfaction and engagement, more efficient units, and an improved quality of patient care.
At Nobl, we’re passionate about building leading-edge solutions that improve communication, workflow, and processes for healthcare providers. Our applications combine evidence-based practices with real-time technologies to improve clinical outcomes, enhance the patient experience, and revolutionize the way quality assurance is communicated in healthcare. We believe that by empowering care providers with intelligent solutions, patients will have a superior experience and clinical outcomes. Together with our clients, we serve people in the common quest for better healthcare delivery.