While analytical tools are vital for all businesses to compete successfully in today’s data-driven environment, the stakes are even higher in healthcare.
With three or four generations working together, the dynamic hospital environment calls for an understanding of how different generations learn and work together, and how they adapt to change.
For Nurses Week, we’re celebrating the six nurses on our staff who advocate every day for their fellow nurses.
By integrating with the electronic health record, streamlining complex clinical workflows, and replacing wired technologies like workstations on wheels, smartphones are playing a critical role as hospitals and health systems embrace a mobile future.
By delivering actionable data from smart beds, nurse call and patient monitoring technology directly to a smartphone, we know that clinicians and their patients will benefit from better outcomes.
With burnout negatively impacting quality of care, both the AMA and ECRI are focusing on technology solutions to help ease the crisis. Here are a few illustrations of how integrating a communication platform with other clinical systems can help.