STANLEY Healthcare’s Patient Flow solution and analytics has demonstrated value in helping clinics, ORs and EDs improve staff coordination, reduce patient wait times, streamline patient throughput, enhance patient satisfact
Patient & Resident Experience
As healthcare becomes more consumer driven, hospitals and clinics are paying close attention to all of the factors that create a positive patient experience. Of course, physician knowledge and bedside manner remain critical, as do the professionalism and demeanor of nurses and supporting staff.
We always get excited when we have opportunities to spotlight our clients’ successes. We get even more excited when our clients share their own stories about STANLEY Healthcare solutions.
Late last month, Veterans’ Administration Secretary Robert McDonald made what turned out to be controversial comments comparing wait times at the VA with wait times at Disneyland.
Wired or wireless? It’s a question that every senior living organization faces when choosing a nurse call solution. I’d argue that the advantages of wireless technology are by now well established.
I hope you have found benefit from this three-part series on use cases for Real-Time Location System (RTLS) technology in senior living communities, and I invite you to leave a comment on this post or the others in our series.
From adoption of electronic health record (EHR) systems to shifting resident expectations, a number of factors are driving senior living communities to invest in Wi-Fi infrastructure. Such investments can position facilities to enter uncharted territory: using a real-time location system (RTLS) platform to drive quality, safety and efficiency.
Andy Cotgreave, senior technical evangelist at Tableau, is a master of modern data storytelling and someone whose insights about communicating data visually have been a major influence on how the art and science of data visualization has evolved.
In my many conversations with executive directors, clinicians and even IT professionals, it has been very clear that the resident experience is now the guiding principal for senior living organizations large and small. This is reflected in accommodation models, dining options, activities and virtually every other aspect of delivering services and care to residents.