A constant feeling of being overwhelmed, a lack of compassion and constant irritability are only a couple of nurse burnout symptoms that can occur in the healthcare industry.
At any given time we should be conscious of our habits to be sure that we do not get sick. This means practicing good hygiene habits by washing your hands regularly, especially after being in public.
It is natural for the community to feel scared and nervous about the unknown, but more than anything it is important to protect ourselves, others and healthcare professionals during this critical time.
The delivery of medical supplies from a distribution center to the hands of a medical professional is one of the most important workflows and systems for a hospital or facility. This is because these medical items could help save patients life or keep the patient safe. This is why the healthcare industry needs to have a streamlined system in place for all healthcare supply chain systems and this is how it can be done.
All areas of a hospital are incredibly important; however, one area that should take a bit more time and care when designing is a surgical department.
When thinking about pharmacy organization, it may seem like there is little room for creativity or improvement. The typical pharmacy organization system has been in place for quite a while and seems to be working efficiently; however, there are many small elements within a pharmacy that should be evaluated to see how they can be improved.
Emergency rooms are a staple for every hospital. If you are a fully functioning hospital facility, you definitely have an emergency room, but often times they are not equipped or designed properly to productively and efficiently handle the volume or diversity of cases it sees on a daily basis.
Most inpatient rooms are the same and you know what to expect before going in; however, many people aren’t totally sure what an outpatient room entails. They are used for different things and chances are you have already been to one without even knowing it.
If you have been stuck in a hospital for long periods of time or even if you have just visited a friend or family member briefly, you know how gloomy and intimidating the hospital design interior can be. Is there a way to promote efficiency and production while also changing the current hospital design standard we are so used to?