• Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Reducing Patient Readmissions with Data and Communication Technology

    Reducing Patient Readmissions with Data and Communication Technology

    Reducing patient readmissions is a top priority for most health systems. A hospital readmissions reduction program will benefit from leveraging a unified clinical communication and collaboration platform to align care teams and keep patients on track with their care plan...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Clinical Alarm Management: Past, Present, & Future

    Clinical Alarm Management: Past, Present, and Future

    When it comes to a natural disaster like a hurricane, sound alarm management notifies people in time should they need to evacuate a high-risk area. Similarly, clinical alarm management refers to how a healthcare team responds to unfavorable changes in...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Nurse Call Software & the Digitalization of Point of Care Workflow

    Nurse Call Software

    Hardware-Based Nurse Call - A Race to the Bottom As hospitals and health systems have embraced digital transformation across their technology footprint, IT and clinical leaders face the challenge of upgrading their legacy clinical systems. However, adapting these solutions is...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Transforming & Optimizing the Nursing Environment at Decatur Morgan

    Clinical interruptions, incessant unfiltered patient alarms and alerts, and extensive documentation – these are all things that inhibit nurses from providing the best patient care and can cause burnout. Unfortunately, these issues are the norm at most hospitals and healthcare...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Let’s Talk About Clinical Interruptions and How We Can Help

    Today’s acute care nurses are carrying a heavy burden, punctuated by an ever-increasing workload, high patient-to-staff ratios, not to mention the significant impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This burden is compounded by longstanding challenges associated with distractions, stressful shifts, workplace...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    5 [Totally Avoidable] Reasons Nursing Teamwork Suffers

    Teamwork is an essential part of the nursing profession and is vital to effective patient care. Nurses must establish a connection with not only their fellow nurses, but also other members of the care team, such as physicians, physical therapists,...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Top Nursing Trends for 2021

    Nurses are central to care coordination, patient safety, and streamlining collaboration. Nursing has become one of the largest segments of the US workforce, employing 3.8 million nationwide within hospitals, healthcare agencies, schools, clinics, nursing homes, and home health, as well...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Care Collaboration Elevates Health Systems

    This year, Bank of America is hosting their exclusive, invite-only virtual conference, their 4th Annual HCIT, and Digital Health Symposium. TigerConnect will be highlighted to discuss our latest advancements in healthcare technology, collaboration, and communication in a session led by...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    RWJBarnabas Health Addresses Peer Recovery and Substance Use Disorders

    In the Peer Recovery program at RWJBarnabas Health, timing is everything. Fast intervention and patient data accessibility are vital for quickly setting substance use disorder patients on the road to recovery. With over three million patients treated each year, however,...

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  • Julie S. Grenuk, RN, MS, RCC / Nurse Executive

    Why Telehealth Isn’t Enough and the Virtual Care Strategy You Need to Solve It

    Why Telehealth Isn’t Enough and the Virtual Care Strategy You Need to Solve It

    For better or worse, the coronavirus pandemic brought with it a once-in-a-generation opportunity to not only test, but to also successfully deliver new care-delivery models. As a result, telehealth and other forms of virtual care are here to stay. Key...

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