Everbridge Wins 2021 Stratus Award for Its Industry-Leading Healthcare Solution Enabling Hospitals and Health Systems to Improve Secure Clinical Collaboration

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BURLINGTON, Mass.– Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), the global leader in critical event management (CEM), today announced that its best-in-class healthcare solution CareConverge received the distinguished 2021 Stratus Award from the Business Intelligence Group (BIG). BIG recognized Everbridge CareConverge as a national leader in Telemedicine, enabling healthcare providers to deliver faster response times, better patient outcomes and improved cost-efficiencies. Business Intelligence Group highlighted the winners earlier this month.

“We rely on the cloud for everything from personal health to organizational productivity, and we are proud to recognize Everbridge’s place at the forefront of innovation,” said Maria Jimenez, Chief Nominations Officer of Business Intelligence Group. “Each and every one of the Stratus Award winners is helping every day to make our lives richer. We are honored to reward these leaders in business.”

Highly scalable, reliable, and secure, Everbridge CareConverge features real-time collaboration tools to provide an instant way to connect all members of a patient’s care team through a single unified platform. Hospitals and healthcare systems leveraging CareConverge have seen significant results, including improved Emergency Department (ED) throughput by upwards of 19%, reduction in the length of stay from arrival to ED departure, and a 62% improvement in door-to-doctor time.

Everbridge’s patented smart routing engine includes multi-modal delivery and escalation to ensure priority alerts are quickly addressed. Secure voice, text, image, and video sharing capabilities allow clinicians to coordinate with staff across the healthcare system, whether on-site or off-site, while single sign-on and Touch ID enable instant access to multiple hospital locations from a single account.

“We are thrilled to be recognized by the Stratus Awards as a leader in healthcare innovation,” said Eric Chetwynd, General Manager, Healthcare Solutions at Everbridge. “Since day one, the goal of CareConverge has been to help resource-constrained providers deliver more quality care in less time, and to create an efficient communications hub for today’s top hospitals. This latest distinction reinforces our conviction that Everbridge is at the forefront of the digital transformation of healthcare.”

CareConverge integrates with existing electronic health record (EHR) systems, and provides enterprise-level archiving, data retention, auditing and monitoring capabilities. The solution’s triple-encrypted messaging system ensures that all communications are HIPAA-compliant. In addition to reducing the risk of non-compliant HIPAA violations, hospitals can leverage the solution to improve patient care and increase productivity, while meeting their CMS Core Measures.

Everbridge supports over 1,500 healthcare entities, covering over 30% of U.S.-based hospital beds, including nine of the ten largest healthcare providers in the U.S., the top pharmaceutical, biomedical and medical device and manufacturing companies, as well as the largest managed care organizations, pharmacies, and statewide health alert networks (HANs), including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Banner Health, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, and NYC Health + Hospitals are among the health systems utilizing Everbridge’s solutions.

Everbridge recently featured some of the world’s leading healthcare experts at its global Road to Recovery leadership symposiums. Keynote speakers included doctors Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH); Scott Gottlieb, former FDA Commissioner; and Sanjay Gupta, renowned neurosurgeon and CNN Chief Medical Correspondent; as well as insights from Dr. Judy Monroe, CDC Foundation Chief Executive Officer and Dr. Jay C. Butler, CDC Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases (DDID). Each shared in-depth perspective on ways to tackle the complex challenges of COVID-19 and best practices required to help solve this public health crisis faster.

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