“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.
Cyber attacks come at a high cost for hospitals, in the form of lost revenue, legal settlements and damaged reputation. Learn how you can reduce the business cost of a cyber attack with situational awareness and improved communication for continuity of operations and continuity of care.
Even during a hospital emergency preparedness drill, seeing a mass notification of an active shooter can raise goosebumps. When the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center in Chicago faced an active shooter crisis, they took quick steps to protect staff and patients and ensure situational awareness. Using LiveProcess, the hospital sent an active shooter notification to more than 3,500 employees instantly, with instructions to take cover. This is almost a best-case scenario for an active shooter event: no casualties, quick dissemination of information, and a swift resolution.
this hospital was able to maintain continuity of care by deploying the LiveProcess emergency management and collaboration platform, and by leveraging its information aggregation capability and the resulting situational awareness to its full benefit.
Real-time emergency management requires real-time mobile communication and collaboration solutions. Make it easier to prepare for and respond to disruptions, emergencies and disasters with a proven system for all phases of emergency management, purpose-built for healthcare. See how LiveProcess can help you improve healthcare emergency management at every level of your organization, including health systems, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and public agencies and regional coalitions.
Real-time emergency response requires mobile coordination across boundaries. Get everyone the information they need quickly and efficiently with a cloud-based virtual hospital command center for emergency management and mobile response with LiveProcess Emergency Manager.
Learn about how regional coalitions help healthcare facilities comply with CMS emergency preparedness regulations and improve situational awareness. Disasters that cross regional boundaries were a primary driver for updates to the CMS emergency preparedness rule. As part of its initial statement of purpose, widespread natural and manmade disasters — ranging from hurricanes and flooding to flu pandemics and terrorist attacks — challenge the ability of communities to maintain continuity of healthcare services.
LiveProcess Emergency Manager for Emergency Preparedness Planning, Mass Notification, Real-Time Coordination and Tracking
See how LiveProcess can help you take your emergency management program to the next level. Hospitals and health systems, ambulatory centers, home health agencies, nursing homes, and public agencies use LiveProcess Emergency Manager to prepare for and respond to disaster events and for everyday coordination. Learn about this proven system for emergency preparedness planning, mass mobilization, real-time coordination and tracking.
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.
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.
Hospital Emergency Management in a Hurricane with Virtual Hospital Command Center at Anne Arundel Medical Center
The supply chain director opened the hospital’s command center and a LiveProcess event log at noon on a Saturday. One of the features the group noted as most useful was the ability to electronically log updates and allow them to be shared by any user with access to the system, providing situational awareness.
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.
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.
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.
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.