Speaker, Inge Garrison, RN, MSN

The practice of rounding by nurses, physicians, support services and hospital administrators is one of the most effective and necessary functions in hospitals, supporting quality goals. The data collected from rounding is essential to improving healthcare outcomes- identifying insights and trends around critical issues such as adverse events, employee safety, or even often-overlooked issues like shortcomings in cleaning protocols. With so much potentially valuable data at stake, how do we standardize the approach so it has relevance and impact to everyone?

Join Verge Health’s Chief Nursing Officer, Inge Garrison, and learn how advanced technology can enhance your rounding practices and impact your safety outcomes.
LUNCH & LEARN WEBINAR
Thur, April 27, 2017
12-12:45pm EST

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