On-Demand Program: “Intra-Hospital Transport of Critically Ill Patients: How to Keep Them Safe”
Saxe Communications & Philips Healthcare* present a program in the Better Outcomes webinar series…“On-Demand Program: “Intra-Hospital Transport of Critically Ill Patients: How to Keep Them Safe”
There are potential challenges associated with intra-hospital transport and patient safety is of the utmost importance. The standard for intra-hospital transport is to provide the same level of care requiring connected physiological monitoring as within the ICU. This webinar will identify the risks and provide a workable framework to ensure patient safety. Strategies include stakeholder engagement, benefits of standardization, wireless assessment and testing to ensure alarms, trends and waveform will continue to be tracked and integrated.
Learning Objectives | At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
- Understand importance of stakeholder engagement in the design and implementation of seamless patient monitoring during transport.
- Explain the challenges and strategies for the transformation of healthcare data into information and knowledge for intra hospital patient transport using hospital wireless networks, data workflows, and standards.
- Design best practices for the seamless intra-hospital patient transport to ensure patient safety and data collection.
Presenter: Sheila Whalen, DNP, RN-BC | Clinical Integration Program Manager | Rush University Medical Center
Target Audience: Nurses & Respiratory Therapists.
Continuing Education credit is available for Nurses and Respiratory Therapists:
Support for this educational activity from Philips.
Questions should be directed to Saxe Communications or Phillips.
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