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What Nurses Really Need: Staffing Support

Nurses are hurting right now. The pandemic took a physical and emotional toll on the world’s nurses, and unless hospitals and healthcare systems take decisive action, nurse resignations are likely to rise in the near future. According to the Intern...

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3 COVID-19 Takeaways and Tips

The United States has been battling COVID-19 for a year now, and one thing has become clear: COVID is going to have a lasting impact. From healthcare facilities to local businesses and schools, everyone is scrambling to adapt to the new normal. As wi...

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6 Ways to Use Data to Improve Hospital Efficiency and Safety

This is a snippet of the whitepaper: Using Data to Improve Hospital Efficiency and Data. To read the full whitepaper, download it here. Artificial intelligence, data visualization, predictive analytics – most healthcare professionals have heard ter...

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How to Use Data to Decrease Nurse Burnout and Improve Patient Care

More than one-half of American physicians and one-third of nurses are experiencing symptoms of burnout, according to a 2018 article published in Cureus. That’s a problem because clinician burnout — which is characterized by emotional exhaustion, ...

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Healthcare Business and Technology: Using Internet of Things Data to Reduce Fall Risk

Keeping patients safe by preventing falls is a persistent challenge. It’s estimated that between 700,000 to 1 million hospitalized patients fall each year. More than one third of these falls cause injuries. Falls also lead to hospita...

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Big Data – Trendy Buzzwords or the Future of Healthcare?

Artificial intelligence, data visualization, business intelligence, predictive analytics, machine learning – you’ve likely heard these words but been unsure as to their actual applications. These buzzwords are associated with big data, and they a...

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Healthcare Business and Technology: The Surprising Role of the Internet of Things in Addressing Clinician Shortages

The clinician shortage is a dilemma for most hospitals today. It’s projected that the size of the RN workforce will be nearly 20% below projected requirements by 2020 and the physician shortfall will rise to nearly 122,000 by 2032. These short...

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3 Healthcare Trends That May Affect Your Bottom Line in 2020

Which trends will shape healthcare in 2020 and beyond? In the 2010s, the Affordable Care Act, telemedicine and an increasing emphasis on population-centered care shifted the way healthcare organizations provide services. To survive and provide top-no...

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Organization Efficiencies with an IoT System

Using IoT to Measure Patient Interactions Many facilities have wondered about disparities between shifts. Are patients visited at the same rate at all hours of the day? Are certain days busier than others? This information has previously been unavail...

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4 Ways Hospitals Can Prevent Patient Falls

Patient falls are expensive, time-consuming and injurious. According to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, approximately 700,000 to 1 million hospitalized patients — about 3% of all hospitalized Americans — fall each year. More than ...

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