Reducing ICU Length of Stay by Mobilizing Patients Earlier
Early mobility can positively impact ICU length of stay. Read our article to learn how safety standards, proper equipment, and monitoring systems can help.
How Connected Care Can Transform Patient Care
In today’s healthcare systems, technology has an ever-increasing presence. How can you take advantage of that technology’s potential to improve your patients’ experience? From electronic health records (EHRs) to continuous patient monitoring and smart medical devices, technology touches almost every point of patient care.
Improving Patient Throughput to Improve Quality of Care
Improving patient throughput allows hospitals to treat a larger volume of patients by making more efficient use of existing resources. Learn how technology can help.
Getting Ahead of Patient Deterioration (Infographic)
Detecting patient deterioration is more important than ever. Patient deterioration can bring a patient from appearance of normality to code blue in a matter of hours. By detecting patient deterioration earlier, you can identify high-risk patients and prevent conditions such as sepsis. Learn more about patient deterioration in our infographic, Getting Ahead of Patient Deterioration.
How to Detect and Prevent Pressure Injuries
Pressure injuries are a major issue for patients, with an estimated 2.5 million treated each year in the United States. Also called pressure ulcers, pressure injuries are localized damage to the skin and underlying tissue.