Blog: How to Improve Healthcare Team Communication With Technology
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 can use healthcare team communication technology to quietly improve patient flow and safety in routine, time-sensitive, and emergency situations.
Learn how new technology in healthcare uses smartphones, desktops and mobile devices to provide interdisciplinary 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:
In this blog post, learn why quieter hospitals promote staff and patient well-being. Minimize overhead codes and alarms to reduce noise and improve message delivery and response time.
Communication for Real-Time Team Coordination in Healthcare 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...
Learn why a collaborative communication solution that supports two-way dialogue and resource mobilization is needed for interdisciplinary communication in healthcare teams.
Healthcare team communication and shift staffing coordination tools can streamline nursing tasks to reduce stress and nurse burnout while increasing efficiency. 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.
Learn how you can keep staffing levels up despite unplanned absences, support an aging workforce, stay accountable to residents and their families, and retain high-quality employees with clinical communication and collaboration solutions.
At Methodist Health System in Dallas, much routine labor around communication has been reduced or eliminated by implementing a clinical communication and collaboration solution for both health system emergency preparedness and day-to-day needs.
Three communication challenges and solutions specific to skilled nursing and long-term care nursing homes to improve staff and residents’ well-being.
See how healthcare transformation through real-time technologies can free nurses and other care providers from tedious, repetitive tasks, for more focus on patients.
By 2022, 50% of the unnecessary “toil” embedded in nursing and care team workflows will be reduced or eliminated through targeted automation, artificial intelligence and analytics,Gartner report finds.
According to Gartner analyst Barry Runyon, “Toil is drudgery that takes a toll on productivity and worker morale.” Further, “by 2022, 50% of the unnecessary toil embedded in nursing and care team workflows will be reduced or eliminated through targeted automation, artificial intelligence and analytics.” This Gartner Healthcare Moment is available to you with our compliments.
Improved Emergency Management and Day-to-Day Workflow with Structured Response Messaging: Methodist Health System
In this case study, learn how a healthcare system uses structured communication for better emergency response & communication for everyday hospital communications.
Physician Paging, Hospital Notification, and Disaster Management With One Communication Tool: Duncan Regional Hospital
Physician paging and disaster communications and have something in common. Reaching people quickly and reliably. This case study explores how one hospital got a disaster management system for tornadoes and wildfires, and realized it was the perfect tool for physician paging too.
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 agile healthcare communication.
Hospital Ensures 100% Shift Coverage While Saving Time and Resources Uses LiveProcess to respond to changing shift coverage needs Medical City Fort Worth, formerly Plaza Medical Center, is one of the leading specialty hospitals in Texas. Ensuring adequate shift...
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.
I recently had the pleasure of attending ENA’s Emergency Nursing 2016 conference in Los Angeles and heard the theme patient throughput often from emergency nursing professionals as a critical challenge with many emergency departments seeing increased volume.
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