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Product Focus: ICW Ultra 180 Patient Monitor


Create space at the bedside with the most adjustable patient monitor arms in Healthcare. The patented Ultra 180 Patient Monitor Wall Mount provides a full 16" of height adjustment for easy clinician access in a smaller package that folds flush against the wall when not in use. read more

Keeping Your Medical Carts Rolling: Tips to Extend Fleet Life


Medical carts are the workhorses of any healthcare facility. They carry vital supplies and equipment and allow staff to deliver care efficiently. But like any workhorse, medical carts need proper care to function optimally and last for years. Here are some tips to extend the life of your medical cart fleet. read more

Future-Proofing Healthcare: Patient Rooms Designed for Efficiency, Efficacy, and Wellbeing


By carefully considering certain factors, hospitals can create patient rooms that optimize both caregiver workflow and patient satisfaction, leading to a more efficient and effective healthcare environment. read more

Preventive Fleet Maintenance Solutions for Hospitals and Healthcare Systems: A Case Study


The following case study centers around a California-based hospital where the implementation of a more robust preventive maintenance (PM) schedule by TouchPoint Medical significantly improved operational efficiency, reduced IT helpdesk tickets, and enhanced patient care. read more

Technology Solutions for Improving Medication Accountability in Hospice Centers


In hospice centers, ensuring proper medication management is essential for providing quality care to patients. However, the complex nature of medication administration in hospice settings poses challenges in maintaining accountability and accuracy. read more

Product Focus: Patient Monitor Roll Stand


The sophisticated patient monitor roll stand is tailored to accommodate products from top manufacturers such as GE, Nihon Kohden, Mindray, Drager, and more. read more

Human Factors in the Design of Point of Care Technology for the Operating Room


The human factors in the design of point-of-care technology for the operating room play a pivotal role in enhancing usability, safety, and overall effectiveness. read more

Innovating Patient Care: The Integration of Point-of-Care Technology in Perioperative Nursing Practice


In the dynamic landscape of healthcare, technological advancements continue to reshape the way patient care is delivered. Nowhere is this more evident than in the perioperative setting, where the integration of point-of-care technology has become a transformative force. This article explores how point-of-care technology is seamlessly woven into the daily routines of perioperative nurses, shedding light on its impact on efficiency, patient outcomes, and the overall quality of care. read more

White Paper: The 3 Ps of Medication Management


Medication management, now more than ever, lives at the crossroads of people, places, and products. All must be right, or the patients we serve are put at risk. read more

5 Things to Ask Your Medical Equipment Partner


Asking the right questions can ensure your healthcare facility chooses the perfect partner for your unique medical equipment needs. From mounting systems like wall mounted workstations or patient monitor mounts to mobile products like medical procedure carts or medication delivery carts, choosing the right medical equipment partner can transform your facility through seamless medical equipment integration. read more

Enhancing Patient Care: The Surge of Point-of-Care Medication Distribution in Ambulatory Surgery Centers


Point-of-care medication distribution within ambulatory surgery centers involves the direct provision of medications to patients on-site, immediately following their surgical procedures. Unlike the traditional approach where patients are required to visit a separate pharmacy post-surgery, point-of-care distribution integrates medication dispensing seamlessly into the ASC setting. read more

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

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