How to Provide Faster Treatment to Patients Experiencing a Cardiac Event

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    How to Provide Faster Treatment to Patients Experiencing a Cardiac Event

    Providing faster treatment to heart code patients

    In-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA) is all too common and often fatal. Survival rates for these events can be as low as 24.8% according to the American Heart Association. When an event like this occurs, it’s essential for clinical staff to...

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    Improving Resident and Provider Wellness with TigerConnect App for Doctors

    Improving resident and provider wellness with TigerConnect

    Residency is the time in a physician’s career that starts with wide-eyed bewilderment and rapidly the realization sets in (among many others) that there is no time for that bewilderment. First realization: The things I learned in medical school do...

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    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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    How a Lack of Communication is Damaging Healthcare

    How a lack of communication is damaging healthcare

    The pace of change in healthcare moves slowly, and this is completely understandable. When patients’ lives and overall well-being rests in your hands, it’s an enormous responsibility and generally safer to rely on proven methods of care. Unfortunately, that mentality...

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    Optimizing Clinical Communication and Workflow Efficiency

    Optimizing your clinical communications and improving workflow efficiency

    Delivering best-in-class patient care begins and ends with efficient, effective communication. Used well, clinical communication improves care outcomes, drives clarity throughout diagnosis and treatment, and reduces issues for caregivers and patients. Used poorly, bad clinical communication means rework, disruption, frustration,...

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