Stop playing phone tag, and spend more time with your patients

All-in-one clinical communication and coordination platform, compliant for your entire team: clinical messaging, self-serve switchboard, escalations, and on-call management

“Hypercare greatly enhanced our clinicians' efficiency and their ability to collaborate, by allowing them to discuss patient and clinical information instantly."

Dr. Patrick Darragh, MD - Chief Medical Information Officer at MGH

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What we offer to your team

For clinicians, by clinicians

Change management best practices

Change management can be daunting, especially in healthcare. Hypercare can help you through the process to ensure you make lasting impact in your organization.

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Security & Compliance

No one should have access to your data without permission. Our information practices are designed to exceed industry standards.

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customer support response time

99.99%

uptime reliability based on last 12 months

4.5

on average from 40+ reviews via App Store and Google Play Store

What's new at Hypercare?

'Paging Dr. Unreachable' – Why Physicians Are Ditching Pagers in Favor of HIPAA-Compliant Phone Apps

Physicians will be the first to admit that they're sometimes hard to reach with a pager. This "send-and-wait" clinical messaging scenario of paging is old school, with patient care quality and HIPAA compliance suffering as a result.

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#AxtheFax Sentiment Shows Frustration, Leads to HIPAA-Complaint Clinical Communication Solutions

The surgeons pointed to advancements in digital technologies while communication within the health system stubbornly relied on the fax. Enter #AxtheFax.

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A clinician’s guide to introducing new digital platforms to healthcare organizations

We’re used to using all sorts of applications and software to improve our productivity, and one may expect it to be just as easy to implement a new app to help with our clinical care. I definitely thought this way. I was so very wrong.

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