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Mary Lanning Healthcare’s Behavioral Services Unit Leverages Technology to Purposefully Round on Patients
For Mary Lanning Healthcare’s Behavioral Services Unit, hourly rounding is centered around connecting with patient’s and having an active discussion about their current needs.
National Nurses Week 2016
To all the nurses out there, Happy National Nurses Week from your friends at Nobl! Here at Nobl, we are incredibly thankful for your compassionate care and service to those in need. Everyday we work to empower and equip care providers like you with the tools to make your job easier and better.
3 Trends in Nursing We Learned at AONE 2016

All we can say about AONE 2016 is ‘WOW’! The energy and excitement that emanated from nurse leaders during the conference refueled our motivation to advance healthcare innovation. This year, we spoke with hundreds of nurse leaders about their current rounding processes and initiatives. Thanks to these conversations, we’ve been able to identify key challenges nurse leaders consistently face within their organizations.
 

Tackling Patient Safety with Safety Huddles
As we begin this year’s Patient Safety Week, we reflect upon the path our organizations have taken in our journey to provide safe care to patients, and we celebrate the advances in safety initiatives that have created a better patient experience.
The Untapped Potential of the Electronic Health Record

A few months ago I wrote a blog post regarding the changing tides of healthcare, and the effect that those changes were having on our country’s nurses. Higher patient acuity, electronic health records (EHR), and budget cuts are all contributing to increased burnout amongst nurses, increased turnover, and less time nurses are able to spend actually caring for patients.

Why Nurses Love Using Nobl Hourly When Performing Hourly Rounds

Ask anyone who's ever attempted to hardwire hourly rounding about its challenges, and they'll ask you to take a seat. Rarely a week goes by in which someone, usually those in nursing, bends our ears about what frontline patient care staff think of hourly rounding, and more specifically Hourly Rounds. We answer as truthfully as we can, but the honest truth is that we aren't the ones interfacing with our software day in day out—that duty belongs to the wonderful frontline care staff who love using Hourly Rounds.