Category: Nursing Workflow

Why Technology Cannot (and Should Not) Replace The Clinician

Hospitals from coast to coast are doing everything they can to bring in the latest and greatest technology and put into the hands of their nursing staff.  I’ve worked as an RN in this field for over 18 years and have been a huge advocate to introducing clinicians to the latest high tech equipment available

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Nursing Customers, Don't let the technocrats kill your outcomes

Nursing Customers, Don’t Let the Technocrats Kill Your Outcomes

As a hospital integrator of patient care communications technologies we’re often sitting between systems that are sold, installed, configured, and maintained by others. Complicating things, the framework and workflow design may be the province of a consulting entity, who is often a hired gun, and gone once the project goes live.  It’s a hard place

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What I Wasn’t Thinking About Nurse Call Durations

Last week I took the CareSight product development team to visit two of our local hospital customers so that they could see real patients and real hospital rooms in action. Our customers are both medium sized facilities just outside NYC, but both are very different. One is in a more urban city setting (very mixed

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Nurse Workflow

Have You Revisited Your Patient Alarm Workflow Recently?

A few weeks ago one of our customers called to ask that we add the role “Nursing Supervisor” to the third level of escalation for nurse call alerts being presented on their Vocera badges. By that point, their integration between their Rauland nurse call, Connexall and Vocera systems had been operational for almost two and

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