Top 5 Strategies for Reducing Alarm Fatigue in Hospitals

  • timothy-beglin

    Top 5 Strategies for Reducing Alarm Fatigue in Hospitals

    The relentless symphony of alarms in a healthcare setting can be overwhelming. Clinicians are bombarded by an average of more than 100 alarms per bed daily, and research suggests that 80-99% of these alarms are falsely activated due to human, technical, and...

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  • will-oconnor

    3 Benefits of Advanced Clinical Workflows in Alarm Management

    3 Benefits of Advanced Clinical Workflows in Alarm Management

    In our previous post, How Alarm Management Brings Additional Value to Your EHR, we explored how TigerConnect Alarm Management & Event Notification brings value to your EHR without disrupting existing clinical systems. Now, let’s examine how integrating alarm management and...

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  • will-oconnor

    How Alarm Management Brings Additional Value to Your EHR

    Integrating Alarm Management with your EHR

    EHRs have become the gold standard digital repository for managing patient histories, demographics, diagnoses, progress notes, vaccinations, medications, and more. These vital systems play a crucial role in clinical decision-making and help reduce medical errors by improving the accuracy of...

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  • julie

    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

    Transforming & Optimizing the Nursing Environment at Decatur Morgan

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    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

    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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  • will-oconnor

    3 Tips for Better Clinical Workflows in Healthcare

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    In a study involving more than 3,400 physicians, 61 percent believe EHRs have a negative impact on efficiency, productivity, and workflow. Stating the obvious, that is NOT good news. In fact, improving efficiency, productivity, and workflow are among the stated...

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