“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” Learn how real-time situational awareness helps this regional emergency management healthcare coalition achieve a better, faster, and more coordinated response.
Achieving the aims of a real-time health system (RTHS) depends upon a strategic, well-coordinated use of technology. Technology to enable RTHS ranges from patient portals to health system command centers. The specific needs of each organization will differ, but the goal is the same: using real-time information to enhance hospital operations at every level.
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.
Inefficient care coordination is one of the biggest complaints reported by both healthcare providers and patients. Finding solutions to this problem starts with identifying where the status quo is falling short. In this post, we dig into complex clinical workflows and the key reasons why they generate stress, slowdowns, and patient dissatisfaction. Then we look at how healthcare team communication technology can help.
Learn how situational awareness applies to hospital operations every day. When healthcare leaders talk about improving processes for better, more responsive care delivery, situational awareness is a key concept. Shared situational awareness mobilizes a swift and appropriate response across departments. Each member of the healthcare team can take the right action independently, without waiting for a meeting or phone call.
In this eBook, learn how healthcare communication technology can provide real-time enterprise-wide situational awareness and resource orchestration to drive transformation in care delivery in your hospital or health system.
Nurse burnout prevention solutions depend on achievable actions, good communication and making the best use of a small amount of time. The beauty of these three principles is how they underscore that building resilience and reducing nurse burnout are achievable goals. No major overhauls are needed: enhancements to the services, resources and processes already in place can pay big dividends.
When hospitals adopt new healthcare team communication technology, they intend that the technology will help clinicians and staff meet care delivery goals. Why do some communication tools meet with clinician resistance—and how can that change? Learn five key factors that increase technology adoption while improving care coordination and clinical workflows.
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 …
In this infographic, learn how hospitals and healthcare facilities handle the challenge of reducing nurse burnout and building a workplace that supports nurse resilience. During the webinar Build Resilience and Reduce Nurse Burnout, we asked nurse burnout at the attendees’ facilities: how they assess nurse burnout, what are their primary nursing concerns, how they address nurse safety, and how they combat feelings of isolation among nurses.
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. The possibilities described in this post are tangible and achievable. Demonstrating the link between clinical communication and collaboration technology and enterprise goals makes a compelling business case.
Should nurses be using smartphones at work as nurse communication tools? 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.
Frontline nurses report feeling isolated in a crowd due to new care protocols, heavy workloads, hospital design, and new technology. As an advocate for the power of healthcare team communication technology to improve care workflow and patient care, I believe users can and should experience technology as a clear net positive. Learn best practices for the use of healthcare communication technology in hospitals.
Nurse staffing is a perennial issue for hospital leadership. If it were merely an issue of nurse-to-patient ratios, the problem might be easier to solve. Nurse workload is only part of the story. This post looks at how to address the emotional aspects driving nurses’ stress over staffing levels.
Workers in health care settings are four times more likely to be victimized than workers in private industry. Because stress drives nursing burnout, healthcare leaders must address factors that cause worry and fear, not just busyness. Learn about actions you can take to reduce the stress of nurses caused by concerns about workplace violence and safety.
The Nursing Executive Center has identified four ways in which healthcare organizations can help build a work environment in which nurses have the time and tools to do their work professionally, at a high standard, with less stress. While healthcare leadership cannot change the kinds of stresses nurses and other care providers face, you can implement healthcare communication technology to give your staff the tools they need to reduce the time they spend frantically running around every day (FRED).
Hospital noise has a long history. “All hurry and bustle is peculiarly painful to the sick.” As you might expect, patients who experience noisy hospital environments and sleep disruption have lower satisfaction. 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.
Interdisciplinary healthcare teams have a primary role in improving communication in hospitals, long-term care facilities and other healthcare delivery organizations (HDO), when provided with effective communication and collaboration tools. The EHR is not the solution, so find out in this post about collaborative communication technology for healthcare.
When not providing direct care to patients, many nursing tasks are administrative: communicating information to other healthcare team members, locating resources and supplies, and responding to calls and pages. 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.
Routine labor around communication has been reduced or eliminated at Methodist Health System, Learn about the clinical communication and collaboration solution implemented for day-to-day communication and health system emergency preparedness.
See how healthcare transformation through real-time technologies can free nurses and other care providers from tedious, repetitive tasks, for more focus on patients. “Toil often falls into a few broad categories, such as care team communication, locating people and things, responding to incidents, and patient documentation,” according to Gartner.
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.
Learn how LiveProcess supports and streamlines care coordination in Gartner’s November 2016 Market Guide for Clinical Communication 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.;