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

    3 Ways Effective Communication in Nursing Improves Patient Care

    Nurse Communication and Healthcare Delivery

    The best health professionals are always looking for strategies and tactics to help them improve the patient care experience. And the best strategies and tactics are a win not only for patients but also for the clinicians who deliver patient...

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

    Improving Collaboration in Healthcare: 5 Ways Mobile Can Help

    Collaboration in Healthcare with TigerConnect and Samsung

    Originally posted on Samsung Insights. Caring for hospital patients is a team effort. Doctors, nurses and allied health professionals across departments must collaborate closely to ensure quality care and a positive patient experience. Yet, even in large hospitals with state-of-the-art...

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

    TigerConnect Focuses on Nurses to Supercharge Communications Across the Enterprise

    female nurses in blue scrubs close up

    This week at the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) Annual Conference, being held April 10-13 in San Diego, TigerConnect will showcase several new innovations that focus specifically on enabling critical use cases for nurses. These new clinical communication innovations...

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

    How Nursing Informatics Improves Patient Care

    How Nursing Informatics Improves Patient Care and Outcomes

    The healthcare information revolution is upon us. Clinicians have more access than ever to electronic health records, diagnostics, and treatment plans. Clinical communication and collaboration platforms are making it easier to manage healthcare workflows, improve coordination, and enhance patient outcomes....

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

    Improving Patient Care by Combating Alarm Fatigue

    Combat Alarm Fatigue to Improve Patient Care

    There’s a quote by business writer Patrick Lencioni that applies to how many hospitals flag and communicate urgent cases — “If everything is important, then nothing is.” It’s a simple concept, but it’s all too prevalent in the modern medical...

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

    How to Improve Nurse Clinical Workflows and HCAHPS Scores

    How to Improve Nurse Clinical Workflows and HCAHPS Scores

    The ever-increasing importance of value-based healthcare is causing seismic shifts in the way medical providers offer care to patients. Measuring quality of service and patient satisfaction is central to providing excellent, value-based care, and one way of understanding quality is...

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

    11 Tips for Nurses to Get an Hour Back in Their Day

    11 Ways to Save an Hour in Your Day

    In healthcare, communication is everything. Lack of effective and efficient communication between clinicians can jeopardize patient safety, threaten patient outcomes and create barriers to patient care. Nurses are typically the first care team member to feel the negative effects of...

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

    Happy Nurses Week From TigerConnect

    Help us celebrate Nurses Week 2018.

    It’s no secret that two-thirds of care providers in the United States are nurses and that if you are in this group of care providers, you have one of the most difficult yet essential jobs in healthcare. To help celebrate...

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

    Top 6 Ways To Avoid Alarm Fatigue (With Free Datasheet Download)

    Top 6 ways to Avoid Alarm Fatigue With Secure Texting Alerts

    Healthcare's clinical workers face an overwhelming number of care-related alarms each day, resulting in a wearing down of their awareness because of the constant, even excessive noise pollution. Abundant alarms get ignored in the same way as the boy who...

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

    The Next Generation of Nursing: Recruiting and Retaining Millennials

    A system of action within a health facility can help recruit and retain millennials

    When I became a registered nurse in the spring of 1997, I was simply happy to pass my boards and land a specialty job at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ. There was not a lot of incentive...

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