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PATIENT COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS BRING MORE EFFICIENCY

Patient Communication

PATIENT COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS BRING MORE EFFICIENCY

Our patient communication system brings greater efficiency to your hospital and helps you to get the right nurse to the right patient at the right time. As a nurse, you can prioritize the patient calls on the go and, if you are too busy, you can escalate to a backup staff member. This will enable you to avoid delays in responding to patient requests allow you to always be there for your patients – when they need you. With our escalation chain management system, there’s no risk of losing a call.

MINIMIZE THE NUMBER OF DAILY STEPS

We know that organizing work needs to be efficient and easy. Based on specific skills, nurses are assigned to patients in a system manager and, as a head nurse, you can easily assign tasks. With our patient communication solution you can better plan your work and optimize your workflows. As a nurse, you can speak directly to patients with a wireless telephone and immediately assess their needs – without taking a step. You can come prepared and save steps, effort and time, which in turn will reduce your workload.

FAST FACTS:
  • Our nurse call system brings more efficiency to your hospital
  • Gives you the ability to better prioritize and plan work activities based on skills
  • Gets the right nurse to the right patient at the right time

EXAMPLES:

Mrs. Holmes, in room 321, is in pain. She presses the nurse call button and moments later is speaking with her assigned nurse. The nurse reassures Mrs. Holmes, prioritizes the call and quickly brings the proper medication on the go to Mrs. Holmes’ room. Patient communication
Candice, a nurse, receives a number of messages from different patients during a busy evening. On a display she can see who is calling and if it’s a nurse call or service call. With this information, she is able to plan – she takes the nurse calls first and the service calls i.e. bring water to patient after. Patient communication