HIStalk: How Health Systems Use Technology in New Ways to Adapt to COVID-19

HIStalk: How Health Systems Use Technology in New Ways to Adapt to COVID-19

A public health emergency response creates large-scale logistical issues. Hospitals are changing protocols, rethinking workflows, repurposing clinical areas and redistributing staff to adapt to a shift in demand with COVID-19. Some of the innovative US hospitals we work with are solving pandemic-related problems by repurposing already deployed or quick-to-deploy technology. Creativity is allowing these health systems to adapt to the COVID-19 crisis. Their experiences may spur ideas that help your own health system improvise and adapt to COVID-19 and other disruptive situations.

Faster Screening of Healthcare Personnel with Surveys & Notifications

Faster Screening of Healthcare Personnel with Surveys & Notifications

As the COVID-19 pandemic pushes health systems to the limit, safeguarding the health of hospital employees is paramount. Knowing the health status of each staff member before the start a shift helps protect patients and co-workers from infection.

Screening every worker every day is an immense task. In this post, we share examples of how LiveProcess customers use the LiveProcess platform to manage this challenge with notifications and surveys.

As you adjust to keep up with this public health crisis, having a simple, orderly way of complying with staff screening guidelines can help.

Government Technology: Emergency Management – Georgia Medical Center Deploys New Software as Coronavirus Hits

Government Technology: Emergency Management – Georgia Medical Center Deploys New Software as Coronavirus Hits

Tift Regional Medical Center in Georgia deployed the LiveProcess Emergency Manager software two weeks before the coronavirus hit the region and began managing the virus via the system immediately. The medical center’s virtual command center is a management portal that acts as a kind of “virtual bulletin board,” allowing staff to disseminate information, keep track of planning and coordination and response to situations. It keeps all staff on the same page in real time.

Quickly Find and Share COVID-19 Resources Across Your Healthcare Coalition or Health System

Quickly Find and Share COVID-19 Resources Across Your Healthcare Coalition or Health System

In this blog post, one in a blog series on COVID-19 pandemic response solutions, we’ll share how the coalition in Riverside uses the coordination and collaboration features of LiveProcess to manage bed and ventilator availability across 18 facilities.

Riverside collects availability information from the facilities in its coalition by using the survey feature in LiveProcess. Creating a survey is intuitive and highly customizable, so you can capture exactly the information you need in the format you want, such as free text, multiple choice, checklist, or numeric answer. For bed and ventilator availability, Riverside surveys each facility for the quantity of resources in several different categories.

Free COVID-19 Response Package for Health Systems: Expedite a coordinated response

Free COVID-19 Response Package for Health Systems: Expedite a coordinated response

Many health systems are struggling with the onslaught of information, issues, roadblocks and more that arise during a large-scale situation like the COVID-19 pandemic.

We see how our customers are effectively sharing information, expediting response and monitoring the well-being of their staff by leveraging LiveProcess.

That’s why LiveProcess is offering a no-charge, no-strings-attached COVID-19 Response Package for eligible U.S. health systems.

The package provides a virtual situation center for the coordination and management of your health system’s response to COVID-19 as it affects your organization, your staff and your community.

What’s New: CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule in 2019

What’s New: CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule in 2019

Updates to the CMS emergency preparedness final rule have been under discussion since it went into effect in September 2016. On February 1, 2019, CMS released an update to the emergency preparedness rule. This update went into effect immediately. Other proposed changes remain works in progress. Here are some of the key changes, effective and proposed, that may affect your healthcare delivery organization.