Innovations in healthcare technology attempt to provide precise predictions, enhance the patient experience, promote superior productivity, foster a socially just healthcare system, and cure humanity of disease. Most of us accept that technology has the potential to deliver toward these promises. But if you are a nurse, physician, or care provider, all this sounds unattainably ambitious, if not hyperbole. While the technology innovation is digital, the nurse is still chasing the lab order and manually coordinating discharges, and the doctor is still preoccupied with copying and pasting notes.
Smart Operations with Hyper-Orchestration
Zero Harm with Smart Orchestration
At the Quality Patient & Safety Week 2021, Dr. Pronovost highlights the need for Designing Safe Systems and the principles of safe design.
Throughput Orchestrator: Edgility COVID-19 Free Digital Toolkit - Release 6
Click here to download the SBAR, role description and considerations.
Nursing : The Edge of Innovation
I recently had the privilege of sharing my personal nursing innovation story at the inaugural Nursing Research and Innovation Day organized by University Hosptials Ventures at the University Hosptials, Cleveland.
Come see us @ HIMSS 2020 Booth 6084
Come to the Edgility Booth at HIMSS 2020 to design a Systems Operations Center.
Discharge As A Service
Experience the Joy of Practicing Medicine® with Discharge as a Service
There is perhaps no easier way to slow the throughput of your hospital than by stumbling through an ineffective discharge process. Inefficient and drawn-out discharges arise naturally out of competing staff priorities and process variations. These effectively reduce the physician’s and nurses’ ability to readily coordinate discharges. Each disjointed operational and logistical variation becomes the responsibility of yet another care giver to manage - distracting everyone from the joy of practicing medicine.