How to Improve Healthcare Team Communication With Technology
You can improve healthcare team communication in real-time between clinicians, nurses, aides, human resources, IT and operations staff. New technology in healthcare streamlines communication between departments, inside and outside the facility, with vendors, and across care settings.
Healthcare teams in hospitals, nursing homes, and home health agencies use care team communication tools to quietly improve patient flow and safety in routine, time-sensitive, and emergency situations.
Learn how new technology in healthcare uses smartphones, desktops and tablets to provide interdisciplinary care teams with mobile, trackable and improved communication tools purpose-built for healthcare.
Read these blog posts to learn how new technology in healthcare can improve team communication in your care delivery organization:
Nurse burnout prevention solutions depend on achievable actions, good communication and making the best use of a small amount of time. Learn more in this blog post.read more
New healthcare communication technology sometimes meets resistance from physicians, nurses, and other staff. Learn five key factors that increase adoption while improving care coordination and clinical workflows.read more
Improve clinical coordination with one-touch notification, response & message status. Empower your clinicians, nurses, aides, human resources, IT and operations staff to communicate and coordinate across …read more
Watch now. This on-demand webinar explores the most pervasive stressors in the care environment and how to improve communication.read more
In this infographic blog, learn how hospitals and healthcare facilities handle the challenge of reducing nurse burnout and building a workplace environment that supports nurse resilience.read more
In this eBook, learn how healthcare communication technology can provide enterprise-wide situational awareness and resource orchestration, in real time.read more
Physician Paging, Hospital Notification, and Disaster Management With One Communication Tool: Duncan Regional Hospital
Physician paging and disaster communications both require reaching people quickly and reliably. This case study explores how one hospital uses its disaster management system for tornadoes and wildfires for physician paging too.read more
A Real-Time Health System (RTHS) is the result of a business IT strategy that prioritizes the adoption of technologies aligned with specific goals and performance metrics. We explore RTHS technology in this post.read more
Learn the advantages of using a smartphone as part of a hospital communication system and nurse communication tool to improve nursing job satisfaction, healthcare efficiency, and collaboration while reducing nurse burnout.read more
Interdisciplinary healthcare teams have a primary role in improving communication, when provided with effective communication and collaboration tools. And the EHR is not the solution. Find out what is.read more
Learn 3 ways clinical communication and collaboration technology, such as a healthcare team communication tool, can play a substantial role in providing support to nurses.read more
See how healthcare transformation through real-time technologies can free nurses and other care providers from tedious, repetitive tasks, for more focus on patients.read more
In hospital settings, communication and information exchange is handled by a patchwork of systems and devices such as nurse call, overhead announcements, telephones, pagers, and more. Imagine a nurse reaching a physician for a consult on the first try – nearly every time. That’s the power of real-time healthcare communication.read more
Changing circumstances in a healthcare delivery organization require real-time situational awareness across departments. At LiveProcess we call this agile healthcare. Learn about what it means to be an agile healthcare organization and the crucial component needed to achieve it.read more
Emergency Department Throughput: Mobile Technology for Effective Care Team Communication in Healthcare
As a healthcare technologist I’ve noticed that the common element of success is the ability to get the right resources (nurses, doctors, specialists, staff) to see the patient quickly – in other words, collaborate and communicate efficiently. And of course I think of technology to do that, and even more specifically mobile technology that goes with you where you go and fits your hospital’s processes/workflows.;read more
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