healthcare & emergency services

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Provide Patient Care Without Boundaries

Extend mobility to the point of care and beyond with solutions that combine   world-class mobility products and healthcare software applications from our partners.  Our healthcare solutions allow you to share real-time information anywhere, inside or outside the facility, for increased patient safety and more attentive care.

Maximize The Golden Hour With More Informed Decisions

Every day, more than 1000 lives are lost to sudden cardiac arrest, the leading cause of death in the U.S.  Yet this number can be reduced if  treated within the first ten minutes of the "golden hour" - the critical period of time identified by 

EMS responders and doctors following a trauma.  Every second counts and the ability to arrive on scene quickly and immediately exchange information between the incident scene and the hospital  emergency department is critical to helping EMS maximize the golden hour.  And this can achieved with a continuous flow of real-time information between dispatch, EMS responders and hospital emergency departments.


We have powerful technologies today for EMS, and are continually developing next generation solutions to help them work safer, smarter and better.  Motorola designers, researchers and engineers interview EMS responders, and hospital emergency department personnel to understand their challenges and workflow. We ride the ambulances, carry the equipment and observe their operations.  This in-depth immersion helps us innovate best-in-class solutions so they 

can work quickly and more efficiently. 

Streamlining Information and Response

Our communication solutions stream mission critical voice, data and video in real-time between EMS responders and the hospital emergency department.  From rugged radios and remote speaker microphones for clear communication in the noisiest environments to broadband LTE devices that let you view critical information and allocate resources to improve response times. From biometric sensors that proactively monitor the health of EMS responders and help keep them safe, to wearable cameras that stream two-way video that gives emergency department doctors a virtual, on-scene presence.