Patient care is so important because it shows the patients, family and other healthcare providers that you care. This encourages a positive relationship between the patient and nurse, which in turn makes patients easier to care for. This will lead to a more positive experience for the patient, as well as a happier nursing team and department.
The healthcare industry is constantly changing and being innovated with new technology, facilities and ideas. Another way healthcare is shifting is the opening of more and more outpatient facilities and clinics. With a human-centered design in mind, these facilities are opening to serve a certain audience of people.
Hospitals work hard each and every day of the year to heal vulnerable patients. With many patients comes many medical supplies, but medical supplies must be reused and cleaned after each patient to ensure proper sanitation. However, this is not always the case, as hospital acquired infections (HAI’s) account for 99,000 deaths in United States hospitals each yea
A nurse’s work day can become very stressful and chaotic from time to time. They work to the demand of their patients, are often understaffed, and have to work hours outside of the common nine to five time frame. This is why making sure their job is getting done efficiently and effectively is of great importance.
With more than 100 rural hospital closed, how are these communities affected?
In honor of National Nurses Week starting next week, let's understand the importance of nursing each and everyday.
These are all the benefits of installing FlowCARE’s nurse server into any medical facility.
The healthcare industry is switching their models of patient care to help patients become consumers of their own health!
In 2017, more than 119,000 people contracted Staph bloodstream infection and nearly 20,000 died from this infection in the United States alone. These are the prevention methods and technology on the market that can help and possibly prevent the spread of hospital acquired infections from patients to patients.