Timothy Beglin, Clinical Nursing Consultant

Timothy Beglin is a Clinical Nursing Consultant at TigerConnect. With more than 14 years of nursing informatics experience, Tim helps develop essential systems to improve clinical workflows and achieve sustainable process improvement.

  • Timothy Beglin, Clinical Nursing Consultant

    Don’t Be Fooled by the EHR Chat: The Need for a Comprehensive Clinical Collaboration Platform

    When it comes to healthcare IT, the allure of immediate cost savings can sometimes lead organizations down a path fraught with challenges. Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems that offer built-in chat tools appear to be a straightforward way to streamline...

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    Beyond EHR Chat: The Case for a Dedicated Communication Solution

    Healthcare leaders understand the critical role that Electronic Health Records (EHRs) play in managing patient information and improving care delivery. EHRs offer a multitude of functions and benefits, such as order entries, preventing duplicate testing, and alerting providers to potential...

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  • Timothy Beglin, Clinical Nursing Consultant

    The Cost of EHR Downtime

    Electronic health records (EHR) were intended to store patient records, which, though helpful, leaves a lot to be desired. Hospitals run around the clock with zero time to waste, so unexpected EHR downtime within a hospital system can be catastrophic....

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  • Timothy Beglin, Clinical Nursing Consultant

    How STAT Labs Elevate Emergency Treatment

    Every second counts in the emergency department (ED), and a quick and accurate diagnosis is often the key to saving lives. Diagnostic labs are performed on 56% of patients in the ED, and numerous hospitals still depend on obsolete communication systems,...

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  • Timothy Beglin, Clinical Nursing Consultant

    Conquering the Silent Killer: How to Reduce Sepsis Mortality Rates with Cutting-Edge Communication Solutions

    Sepsis, the body’s extreme response to an infection, is the leading cause of death in U.S. hospitals, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Sepsis is responsible for more than 350,000 adult deaths in the United States each year, a...

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