Beckers Hospital Review SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

Leveraging Technology to Improve Critical Communication

In today’s patient-centered healthcare environment, the sustained commitment to quality and safety is an absolute imperative. The practice of rounding by nurses, physicians, support services and hospital administrators is one of the most effective and necessary functions in hospital and medical centers and can greatly increase an organization’s safety and communications, enhance patients’ well-being and satisfaction, and result in positive outcomes.

Written by Inge Garrison, Chief Nursing Officer for Verge Health | September 15, 2016

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