Apple today updated its webpage for its enterprise app solutions to show that a few of the apps have been updated with Apple Watch support. Apple first launched the MobileFirst for iOS solutions last year through a partnership with IBM and most recently added 9 new apps in March bringing the total up to 22 across several industries.

The first three of Apple’s enterprise apps to receive Apple Watch support include: Hospital RN, Field Connect and Incident Aware.

Hospital RN (pictured above), Apple’s app that allows nurses to stay up-to-date on patients with notifications and iBeacon tech, now includes an Apple Watch companion experience:

Push notifications on iPhone and Apple Watch alert nurses to review newdisplay patient requests, changes in lab status, safety alerts, and prioritized task lists for immediate actiondisposition. And Apple Watch letsHospital RN gives nurses quickly view notifications so they can staythe power to spend less time tracking down information and more focused on patient caretime caring for patients.

And here’s a look at Field Connect, Apple’s app for field technicians, on the Apple Watch:


Apple says that Apple Watch users will get push notifications for “late-breaking news on severe weather, outages, hazards, and crew member information. And with Apple Watch, field technicians can view important alerts, without stopping what they’re doing.”

Lastly, Apple has added Apple Watch support to Incident Aware, its app for police officers and public safety officials. Like the other apps, Apple Watch will get alerts pushed from the app.

Here’s a look at the app on Apple Watch:


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