LIGHTNING RELEASES — NASHVILLE, Tenn., – July 1, 2014 – Amplion Clinical Communications (Amplion) launches new website and the company’s leadership invites customers, prospects and colleagues to explore new site.

The site is mobile-responsive and has been designed for optimal user-experience with improved site organization and navigation, enhanced content and integration of social media channels including Amplion’s LinkedIn and Twitter pages, as well as the company’s insightful blog. Visitors can easily stay abreast of what’s new with Amplion and in the industry via the News + Resources page, plus there’s an opportunity to subscribe to Amplion’s eNewsletter to keep in the know.

Created with Amplion’s key audiences in mind, the site houses critical information on  the company’s hospital solutions designed to improve patient-care communications.  Site visitors can easily dive into detailed information on hospital alarm management and the clinical and financial benefits of Amplion’s flagship technology, Amplion Alert.  

Amplion’s new site promotes educational materials for visitors interested in additional information on the company and its solutions including a downloadable sales eBrochure,  testimonial video and media kit. 

Be sure to visit Amplion’s new website and let Amplion know what you think by posting a comment on its blog, LinkedIn or Twitter pages.

About Amplion Clinical Communications (Amplion)

Amplion provides clinical communication systems that take patient care to the next level. It supports hospitals of all sizes to improve quality, safety and cost of care while enhancing patient satisfaction. Amplion’s in-room alert and response system facilitates real-time attention to patient needs, compliance with care protocols, reduction of never-events and the ability to track, manage and confirm the delivery of care.  Founded in 1979 as Dalcon Communication Systems, the company rebranded in 2012 as Amplion Clinical Communications.

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