A patient goes in for a simple procedure or surgery and days later is readmitted because of a sickness or infection. An issue this common poses another problem: how can healthcare professionals stop the spread of HAIs in hospitals?
A common problem in the medical field is burnout. What causes this physical and mental state in healthcare professionals?
A hospital or clinic remodels a facility wing or builds a new one from the ground up. All the newest gadgets are installed into the build. But, what about storage?
These are little tips and hacks that can make nurses a little less stressful each day!
An important factor for nurses and physicians is using best-practices to elevate the patient experience.
A common issue with hospital and other businesses is wasted time and making their processes longer than is needed. This is where LEAN practices and methodologies come into play.
The world of healthcare innovations and technology are not slowing down anytime soon. As Google, Amazon, and other large tech based corporations are making their way into healthcare, the technology used is changing as well.
This is how holidays, like Independence day, bring more people into the hospital!
The nurses, physicians, and specialists who are using the hospital to treat their patients can have a tough job. A healthcare professional’s job requires direct patient care, communication, access to technology, re-stocking, and so much more. A result of hospital design is these healthcare professionals getting frustrated because of the layout.
A nurse is constantly walking back and forth, “hunting and gathering” for supplies, and running to the centralized nurse station. It is simple. A nurse does not have the extra time to be running back and forth, “hunting and gathering,” and spending a very small percent of their day with patients.