How inefficient communication technologies slow down providers and jeopardize the safety of patients

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Time: 1pm EDT

According to a new report issued by Imprivata, in collaboration with the Spyglass Consulting Group, 95% of hospitals believe clinical communication is inefficient during patient discharge planning. For care providers, every second counts and being able to communicate efficiently can make a huge difference in the successful treatment of a patient. The report reiterates an unfortunate truth -- some care settings are burdened with outdated, inefficient communications technologies and processes that not only slow down care providers, but also jeopardize the safety of patients.

In this webinar Gregg Malkary, author of the study, will provide insights on what he learned, and Adam Davis, MD and Liz Ames, RN of Sutter Health will provide their perspective.

Specifically you’ll learn:

  • What the identified key communication challenges were to acute care hospitals across the country
  • The enhanced platform capabilities that could help improve the care team’s ability to connect, communicate, and collaborate
  • Clinical communications challenges at Sutter Health and the strategies, processes, and technologies used to address them

To register, click here.