|Work Stations on Wheels Are Workhorses of Clinical Care - Journal Article
(Journal of Clinical Engineering 2019) Medical equipment carts, also known as workstations on wheels (WOWs) and computers on wheels, are an essential part of clinical care in hospitals, nursing homes, and other long-term-care facilities where patients are bedridden. Carts mobilize vital medications, equipment, and medical records for nurses to access at the point of care or near the patient's bedside. These crucial yet often overlooked tools may be dismissed because they are so ubiquitous; yet, WOWs are highly customizable and ergonomic,with features and accessories that meet a vast variety of clinical care needs.
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|Seamless ADC Upgrade Results in Safer, More Efficient Care - Case Study
The right medication storage solution to match a facility’s needs is a critical decision. Reduce the risk of medication errors and provide secure storage, medDispense® ensures proper safeguards are in place for each item that is dispensed.
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|Worry Free, Safe, Efficient Medication Management Solutions - Case Study
Free staff up so they can deliver the best care possible. Painless onboarding process—one day of training was all that was needed—and TouchPoint’s collaboration with Parkview’s IT, the integration of the new ADCs was quite smooth.
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|The Last 100 Feet: Reducing Errors in the Last 100 Feet of Medication Administration
Closed-loop medication administration at the bedside with AccessRx MD mobile medication workstation-on-wheels. Reducing medication errors in the last 100 feet of the medication distribution process requires bringing additional controls to the situation to minimize the likelihood of distractions and interruptions. One solution that provides safety and security for the last 100 feet is the use of a smart cart. TouchPoint Medical's AccessRx MD mobile medication systems have made a significant impact on the last 100 feet of medication administration at Iroquois Memorial Hospital (IMH) by reducing waste; improving workflow, efficiency, and security: and by increasing patient safety.
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