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Prioritizing Patient Safety in Clinics, MOBs, and Patient Rooms

Ensuring patient safety takes precedence within all healthcare environments. Whether in clinics, medical office buildings (MOBs), or patient rooms, numerous measures can be implemented to enhance patient care and results. read more

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Its Impact on Healthcare

The healthcare industry is undergoing a digital revolution, and one of the key technologies driving this transformation is the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT refers to the interconnectivity of devices and objects, allowing for data exchange and automation of processes. In the healthcare industry, IoT has the potential to improve patient outcomes, streamline operations, and reduce costs. read more

The Cost of Ineffective Healthcare Equipment

When the words “healthcare infrastructure” are mentioned, oftentimes elements such as licensed healthcare professionals, clinical support personnel, policies & procedures, etc., come to mind. While these are critical elements to the infrastructure of healthcare, we must also remember the critical role that equipment plays in not only healthcare infrastructure, but also in quality outcomes of healthcare. read more

Automated Drug Dispensing Cabinets Role in Simulation Environments

Automated drug dispensing cabinets can be beneficial for training purposes in nursing schools and other simulation programs. These cabinets simulate real-world medication administration processes and provide students with hands-on experience in managing medications safely and efficiently. read more

The Proof Is In The Cost Savings

There are multiple innovative and implementable solutions that can help reduce the overall cost of delivering patient care. read more

Healthcare Technology: What makes the biggest impact on providers and the patients they serve?

Hospitals are under more pressure than ever to incorporate healthcare technology into their workflows. And that’s a good thing for patients and professionals, alike. But knowing which investments to make and when can be challenging. read more

Expanding Patient Access

Improving patient access to all types of quality healthcare is a priority goal for providers all over the country. read more

Top 4 Ways to Make Simulation Labs Impactful

Healthcare simulation labs give providers-in-training exceptional opportunities to perfect their knowledge and skills in safe environments that simulate real-world medical scenarios. Here are 4 ways to make them most impactful for learners. read more

Utilization of Point of Care Technology to Improve Outcomes

Despite the increasing investment in technology, outcomes such as: timeliness of care, patient satisfaction & safe delivery of care continue to be areas of opportunity for healthcare organizations to improve. read more

Automated Dispensing Cabinets Improve the Governance of Controlled Drugs in Intensive Care Units

Automated Dispensing Cabinets (ADCs) can play a vital role in overcoming these limitations and help make controlled drug governance in the ICU more effective and efficient. read more

3 Key Ergonomic Features for Workstations in 2023

Workstations on wheels and medical computer carts have become an integral part of most healthcare facilities. The ergonomics of these workstations play a crucial role in improving the working conditions of the nursing staff. read more

Addressing the Nursing Shortage: The Role of Equipment and Technology Providers

According to The American Nurses Association (ANA), more registered nurse jobs will be available through 2022 than in any other profession in the United States. According to an article in the Nursing Times, The US Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that more than 275,000 additional nurses are needed from 2020 to 2030. read more

How Collaborations Between TouchPoint Medical and DataRay Enhance Patient Safety

There is no doubt that the collaboration between a doctor and nurse is still important, but the integration of medical devices and medical software plays an increasingly important role in patient care and successful outcomes. A nurse equipped with a medical cart integrated with a barcoding or scanning system can provide the doctor with far more comprehensive data about the patient than one without such technology. read more

Ergonomic Essentials: The Role of Mobile Workstations

Certain aspects of patient handling, as well as many repetitive motion tasks, are simply unavoidable in busy healthcare settings.  But with attention to better ergonomics and investments in purposefully designed workstations, facilities have the power to preserve the health and well-being of the valuable nurses they employ. read more

All-In-One Mobile Workstations – Where Medical Workflow Meets Efficiency

Hospitals and other medical facilities are seeking efficient, “all-in-one” tools to enhance nurses’ ability to provide optimal patient care. Pairing all-in-one (AIO) computers with lighter weight, nonpowered medical carts is one approach gaining momentum in the industry. read more

proCARE® Procedure Carts: Much More Than a Storage Solution

Medical procedure carts have become an essential part of the healthcare industry, crucial in organizing, storing, and transporting medical supplies. Modern procedure carts increase the efficiency and comfort of the healthcare staff, leading to a better patient experience.   read more

Telehealth Beyond Covid: A Case for Continued Access

Logging on to a telehealth appointment from the comfort of the home provides a convenient, low-cost way for nearly anyone to see a doctor. Whether for end-of-life visitation, virtual doctor visits, or sharing diagnostic information, telehealth continues to improve quality and access to healthcare for all in ways that we can all get (and stay) behind today and into the future.  read more

Key Touch Points in Infection Prevention in Hospitals

Hear how two companies partner together to offer one cleaner by design solution read more

Choosing Medical Solutions That Keep Patients Safer

Healthcare associated infections affect millions of people yearly, often resulting in prolonged hospital stays, long-term disability, major financial burden for health systems, and unnecessary deaths. read more

Financial Analysis of Automated Drug Dispensing Cabinets (ADCs) in intensive care units

Implementing Automated Dispensing Cabinets (ADC) in ICUs is financially advantageous and can also increase the quality of care. read more