Clinical Communication & Collaboration: Best Practices & Use Cases
There is no question that providing nurses with a clinical communication and collaboration (CC&C) platform drives care team efficiency, improves patient safety and unifies communication across the healthcare continuum, but many leaders still have questions about deploying to nursing departments.
RN & Clinical Informaticist, Karen Moore, will share key use cases for clinical communication and collaboration for nurses, best practices for its deployment, and address the use of shared devices. Karen will cover:
- Reaching the right physician, eliminating “page & pray,” easily connecting with a patient’s care team
- Managing nurse calls, alarms, alerts, and general “alarm fatigue”
- Instant notifications of orders and critical lab results
- Device strategy specific to nursing groups’ needs
Telmediq’s Nurse Mobility Strategy addresses concerns related to access, security, and costs and how integrations improve workflow providing valuable time back to nurses. Register for this webinar to gain her first-hand experience in training, workflow and ED throughput to improve the quality of care in hospitals.
Clinical Product Consultant and Implementation Specialist @Telmediq
A registered nurse and clinical informaticist of over 30 years, Karen Moore has worked in improving clinical workflow for nurses in the hospital setting. Karen has helped design solutions to improve nurse workflow, throughput operations, and beds and staffing logistics and lends her insight now as Clinical Product Consultant and Implementation Specialist at Telmediq.