Enterprise-wide hospital communication and coordination requires a real-time collaboration platform. Learn how you can achieve individual, group, and enterprise-wide notification and response and coordinate across boundaries seamlessly. Resolve adverse events more rapidly by reaching an individual, a team, a department or your entire hospital or health system staff in minutes — with a single, open and flexible hospital communication and coordination platform.
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.
Emergency Department (ED) Throughput, 15-Minute Response Times and 99% ED Patient Satisfaction: Northern Nevada Medical Center
For many years Northern Nevada Medical Center has issued and met a 15-minute emergency room guarantee, attending to patients within fifteen minutes of their arrival. Continually delivering on its promise of responsiveness has earned the hospital an unheard-of 99% patient satisfaction rating. LiveProcess provides an emergency management platform that can be engaged to call emergency codes, to alert department heads about incoming supply shipments, to fill staff callouts, to prepare allied facilities for patient transfers, and to support hospital operations through improved situational awareness and collaboration.
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.;
New software platform enhances the efficiency of patient throughput and raises the quality of care in emergency services.