Improving Patient Care With a Smarter, Connected Organisation
Positive patient outcomes are at the heart of hospital patient care. Constant collaboration and coordination among your clinicians is one key to delivering safe, effective patient care. So is a barcode-based positive patient ID system that supports your efforts to keep patient safety the first priority.
Connected Clinicians Help Enhance Patient Care
Connectivity using mobile devices not only improves the experience of doctors and nurses, it also has a direct, positive impact in the quality of care patients receive.
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Revolutionising Acute Care Nursing
More than any other hospital staff member, nurses have felt the greatest impact to their workflow in support of Meaningful Use requirements and modern healthcare best practices. The demand for greater nursing efficiency and effectiveness has led to the creation of today’s modern Connected Clinician.
Positive patient identification starts at hospital admissions where you print and apply the patient’s barcode wristband. With Honeywell healthcare solutions, you can start each patient’s hospital experience with confidence.
Bedside Point of Care
Patient safety demands accurate, positive patient, medication and specimen identification. To dramatically reduce errors and improve staff productivity, barcode scanning and labeling needs to begin at the patient bedside.
WoW carts and mobile hand-held devices are commonly used for the Meds Admin workflow. Honeywell technologies revolutionize the way nurses verify medications at the bedside.
Mislabeled specimens are a leading source of medical errors. The primary cause? Printing specimen labels away from the bedside. To increase efficiency while decreasing errors, see Honeywell’s latest bedside printing solutions.
Specimens are often the key to diagnosis, so ensuring an accurate specimen-to-patient relationship is essential. That’s why once specimens are in the lab, the demands for accurate tracking increases as your technicians process samples.
Unit dose drug distribution demands electronic verification that you package the right medication for the right patient. Properly labeling unit doses and custom IV formularies with barcodes is key to a safe medication administration workflow.
Using barcodes to accurately track the use of medical supplies is key to real-time delivery of care. Out of stock issues compromise your ability to provide effective and efficient care, and pull caregivers away from their patients.