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Published By: GetWellNetwork, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 22, 2013
Learn how to replace your hospitalís manual process for medication teaching and see how you can greatly improve consistency, efficiency, and measurability.
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getwell network, interactive whiteboard, patient care, quality patient care, quality of care, healthcare technology, patient satisfaction, hcahps
    
GetWellNetwork, Inc.
Published By: GetWellNetwork, Inc.     Published Date: Nov 22, 2013
Learn how to improve the efficiency of your pain management workflow and see how these changes will improve the day to day tasks for your nurses allowing them to work more effectively.
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getwell network, pain management, pain management workflow, joint commission, pain assessment documentation, pain management workflow, performance improvement, managing patient pain levels
    
GetWellNetwork, Inc.
Published By: Elsevier Inc.     Published Date: Apr 16, 2014
InOrder by Elsevier is an intuitive, cloud-based order set solution that enables physicians, clinicians and informaticists to manage order sets in a collaborative environment. The Adaptive Terminology Platform enables localization and bi-directional integration with the EMR/CPOE.
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actionable orders, allscripts, cerner, clinical decision support, clinical order sets, cpoe, ehr, ehr integration
    
Elsevier Inc.
Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Dec 20, 2017
The use of wristbands to identify hospital patients has been a standard practice for well over half a century. Handwritten, typed or printed, wristbands were originally created to provide an easy way for caregivers to verify identity at any point along the patientís healthcare journey. From newborns in the delivery area to geriatric patients in rehabilitation, everyone got a wristband. And thatís how things worked until the introduction of barcode technology. By putting barcodes on hospital wristbands, healthcare facilities can leverage a host of connected technologies to improve safety and quality of care. Itís also the most effective way to comply with the National Patient Safety Goal (NPSG) to ďImprove the accuracy of patient identification,Ē which the Joint Commission has included in its annual goals since 2003.
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Zebra Technologies
Published By: Zebra Technologies     Published Date: Jun 15, 2017
Labeling blood and other samples at the time they are collected improves patient safety and helps prevent a host of problems related to misidentification ó including many of the estimated 160,900 adverse events that occur in U.S. hospitals annually because of sample identification errors. There is a strong and growing body of evidence within medical literature that creating specimen identification labels on demand at the patient bedside with a mobile printer can significantly reduce errors. The Joint Commissionís National Patient Safety Goals (NPSG) advocate the use of two patient-specific identifiers, such as name and birthdate, whenever taking blood or other samples from a patient, and to label the sample collection container in the presence of the patient.
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specimen, labeling, benefit, hospitals
    
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