Company News, Resources, and Industry Best Practices
I’m currently working on a literature review to compile evidence and best practices around nurse leader rounding on patients and employees. It is interesting that with everyone jumping on the rounding bandwagon, very few of these published articles in this area are research. Instead, the journals abound with rounding case reviews or process improvement projects all geared toward HCAHPS as an outcome or gold standard of excellence.
As a busy baby-boomer with two jobs and an elderly mother, who enjoys time with my husband and adult children, I have purposely avoided getting started watching YouTube, TED Talks, and other social media pursuits because I know that they can become a time drain. The information explosion is addictive! One of the plenary speakers at the 2017 AONE Annual Meeting was Mick Eberling, the founder of Not Impossible Labs.
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Nurses spend an average of 10,000 minutes per month responding to call lights because they are frequently called into patient rooms for position adjustment, toileting assistance, and to ease pain. A patient-centric rounding tool will increase patient experience in your organization by proactively anticipating patient needs. A nurse rounding tool can save you time with automatic data aggregation and reports, workflow gains, and streamline communication.
Rounding with patients can often lead to concerns that must be resolved by different departments. Service recovery is efficient with a tool that can quickly communicate with other departments.