As more and more hospitals and medical facilities start to use tablets for rounding it is important to know the best practices for using mobile devices in clinical areas. Leader rounding is one of the main types of rounds collected through tablets.
Hourly rounding is an evidence based practice that when used with the right technology and process can reduce patient falls, cut down on call lights, save time and improve patient satisfaction. Even with the research and literature out there, hospitals still struggle to hardwire hourly rounding. This month we are sharing a three part webinar series.
Hardwiring processes is a universal challenge in healthcare where things change quickly, and mistakes can be life-threatening. Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals strive to visit and address patient needs hourly using a standardized process to provide consistently excellent care. After several years of manual documentation, their proactive rounding process had not been hardwired and outcomes were not at the desired level.
Each year a group of healthcare organizations are recognized for their commitment to nursing excellence through the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®. This distinguished designation is for those organizations who exemplify knowledge, expertise, discovery, and innovation in the delivery of nursing care. Reflecting on the conference, Nobl Chief Nursing Officer Dr.
Is your organization struggling to hardwire rounding?
Did you implement rounding only to come short on your goals and outcomes?
Join us during this educational webinar where we will discuss how to evaluate the barriers to rounding in your organization and how to assess your team's readiness to change.
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.