VoIP for Healthcare Collaboration

Video, Voice and Text on One Platform

Accelerate 1-to-1 or group collaboration and enable virtual care

Connect and communicate with patients and staff in innovative ways at any time, wherever care is delivered.

  • VoIP-powered Virtual Care Tools

    TigerConnect lets patients and teams connect wherever they are by optimizing between Wi-Fi and cellular data for VoIP-enabled group video and voice calls. Talk face-to-face with patients, family members, specialists, home care nurses, and other care professionals on one call, regardless of location.

    Because TigerConnect is a broad and easily-integrated communication platform, our virtual care tools blend seamlessly with existing clinical workflows from a single app with no expensive hardware required.



  • Team Collaboration by Video

    Across the hall or across the state, conduct video consults with anyone in your hospital network anytime. Instantly and conveniently tap into the brightest minds in your health system. Bring together colleagues to discuss case details, and connect patients with the right specialists for faster, more expert care.

  • Reach Colleagues Across the Network

    Why waste time chasing down colleagues? TigerConnect’s directory-based lookups let you search by name or role while keeping personal contact information hidden. Instantly initiate video and voice calls from a user’s profile or conversation thread.

  • Secure & Encrypted

    Secure, encrypted, and HITRUST Certified, TigerConnect protects your patients’ data and conversations from active threats, giving patients peace of mind and IT one less thing to worry about. Encrypted streaming video and self-destructing messages meet HIPAA guidelines and ensure patient data remains private.

Better Outcomes

At TigerConnect, we believe virtual care works best when clinicians are in control. Our episodically-focused outreach model is designed for the critical period after discharge when the risk of readmission is highest, keeping patients safe and costs down.

By using group voice, video, or text, health systems can remotely connect primary care physicians, home care nurses, physical therapists, pharmacists, and others to better leverage staff resources, deliver faster care, and reduce the transportation burden on patients.