Aiphone Partnership Improves Sustainability and Consistency

Amplion Partners with Aiphone

Amplion Clinical Communications recently announced a partnership with Aiphone, the leading international manufacturer of intercom and security communication products. Aiphone will be selling Amplion’s nurse call system, and analytics platform, Care Analysis to the hospital, assisted-living facility, and hospice care industries.

Lee Clark, President and CEO of Amplion, states “Aiphone has a long history of providing reliable, high-quality security and communication solutions which are becoming increasingly more important as competition rises in the healthcare market. Combining Aiphone's robust solutions with Amplion’s advanced nurse call offering and analytics platform allows healthcare facilities to provide better care and essential services at lower costs.”

Aiphone has long been involved in the healthcare market with video intercoms and emergency stations. Their products are used to screen visitors at critical exterior and interior doors. They are also key in connecting parking lots, garages and other remote areas with security or local first responders.

About Amplion Clinical Communications

Amplion Clinical Communications is ​a healthcare data analytics and medical device company in Nashville​. Amplion’s Care Assurance system combines advanced nurse call capabilities, device monitoring, alarm management, reporting, and data analytics through the Care Analysis engine, into a cohesive system to track, manage, and confirm care delivery for every patient. It closes care loops, promotes teamwork, and delivers the real-time point-of-care information needed to provide safer, smarter patient care. For more information, visit: ​

About Aiphone

Aiphone’s wide breadth of high-quality, reliable products offer solutions for security points in almost any application. Known for design simplicity, technical excellence, and backed by award-winning customer support, our highly configurable systems range from DIY audio intercoms, through sophisticated video entry systems, all the way to enterprise-level, IP-based communication networks with emergency call stations. For more information, visit


Nathan Downey

Amplion Clinical Communications