As regulatory requirements increase in complexity and scope, healthcare providers are responding with strategic investments in technology to improve their performance on measures for human safety, security and privacy.
Joint Commission audits come around with the regularity of winter – and are usually about as welcome. But just as with frosty weather, being prepared can turn a Joint Commission audit from something to be endured into something to celebrate. We talk regularly with clients about their experiences with audits of their infant protection measures.
The importance of supply chain inventory control is well documented. According to Gartner Research, healthcare organizations can reduce the 40-45% operating costs attributed to supply chain by as much as 5-15% if they better analyze, plan and control the purchase and use of goods and services. In today’s competiti
It’s an exciting time in the world of infant protection: we’re entering a period of innovation and rapid change that often comes with disruptive technology—in this case, the new generation of infant protection that leverages the Wi-Fi network to extend protection hospital-wide.
Clinical inventory management in procedural areas is a complex and time-consuming responsibility. It always amazes me—and our customers—the large gap in perceived inventory value to actual inventory value. We’re talking a difference of hundreds of thousands of dollars! Recently, I was talking to a customer who thought they had $1.8MM across four departments. After the initial audit, with all inventory data a
We’re so excited to announce the brand new STANLEY Healthcare site is officially up and running, incorporating several significant additions and enhancements: NEW!
At STANLEY Healthcare, we are fortunate to participate in a variety of industry events—they may be large or small, but all are impressive gatherings for the best and brightest in healthcare.
The Patient Flow Summit is on this week in Las Vegas, bringing together providers and vendors with an interest in improving efficiency in clinics, the ED and OR. The stakes are certainly high.
With several family and friends in the nursing profession, it’s obvious to me that they have a special combination of character traits that lend to providing compassionate care, while dealing with unique personalities and circumstances that make the rest of the world squirm. Inevitably, they are the first to respond calmly to a burn or fall accident at a family BBQ. To the ones I love: Happy National Nurses Week. Recently, I had a personal experience with taking my daughter to the Emergency Department (ED) for the first time.