Quail Digital Healthcare Headset System
improves the clarity and accuracy of clinical communications.

Wireless Headset System for clinical staff communication


A fantastic system - how did we ever do without it?

Clear discrete audio communication between physicians and clinical staff in interventional cardiovascular and other minimally invasive therapeutics results in safer, more effective workflows and treatment.

Quail Digital Healthcare Headset System is a lightweight, digital, wireless communications system for clinicians, physicians and assistants to talk hands-free as a team, in the interventional OR or hybrid suite, at monitoring stations, through adjacent control rooms and ancillary areas.

Operating on high quality DECT frequencies, the system is encrypted to avoid interference from other devices or powerful emissions in the OR. Multiple systems can be used in the same premises without break-through.

Quail Digital Healthcare Headset System comprises a wall-mounted base station, up to 30 headsets and 6-port headset charger/storage racks.

• up to 30 headset users
• headset weighs just 23g
• hands-free and push-to-talk
• broadcast feature for conference and training
• physician voice/dictation recording
• interference free

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Government contractors: Click to view Quail Digital Capability Statement; Quail Digital Healthcare Headset System #1 Choice of VA Hospitals

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Our customers speak for us...

Using Quail Digital’s wireless headsets during robotic procedures certainly contributed to better patient outcomes by creating a calmer environment for clinicians and staff.

Dr Ziv Tsafrir, a Fellow in Minimally Invasive Gynecology at Henry Ford and a Quail Digital Headset user

My ability to communicate quickly and effectively with other members of the robotic team including the table-side first assistant, the anaesthesiologist, the perfusionist and nursing staff, has led to increased efficacy and patient safety in these complex procedures.

Dr Husam H Balkhy, Associate Professor and Director of the Robotic and Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery program at University of Chicago Medicine

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