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Improving patient outcomes with smartphones: UW Medicine Valley Medical Center’s story

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Published on Mar 29, 2017

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UW Medicine’s Valley Medical Center dramatically improved patient outcomes after moving to a smartphone-based platform for clinical communication and alarm and alert notification. Before-and-after analysis shows a reduction in hospital-acquired pressure ulcers and skin integrity events, fall and slip events, and medication errors. By limiting overhead paging, the medical center also created a calmer, quieter environment, and improved engagement among Nursing and Hospitalists. Hospital executives will describe their experience and vision for the future in addressing quality, cost and the patient-caregiver experience.




This webinar is geared toward the following executives and professionals: CIO, CTO, CMIO, IT Director, CNO, CNIO, VP of Nursing, Director of Nursing, Nursing Managers, and Clinical Informatics Managers.

Attendees of this webinar will be able to:

1) Describe how a smartphone-based communication platform can help healthcare organizations meet quality-of-care initiatives.
2) Evaluate the impact of a new communication platform on quality of care, cost reduction, patient safety, care coordination and the overall patient-caregiver experience.
3) Explain how Valley Medical Center achieved impressive results with more efficient clinical workflows that rely on secure text messaging and alarm and alert notifications, all on one mobile device.
4) Apply Valley Medical Center’s vision for the future and next steps for its clinical communication platform to their own organization.

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