Thursday Sessions

  • Verge Health - Rounding in the 21st Century- Going Mobile
    Inge Garrison, RN, MSN | Thursday, March 30 | 10:30 – 10:50 am
    The data collected from rounding is essential to improving health care outcomes- identifying insights and trends around critical issues such as adverse events, employee safety, or even often-overlooked issues like shortcomings in cleaning protocols. With so much potentially valuable data at stake, how do we standardize the approach so it has relevance and impact to everyone? Learn how advanced technology can enhance your rounding practices and impact your safety outcomes.

     

  • Wolters Kluwer-Lippincott Solutions - The Single Source of Clinical Truth
    Tonya Coram, BSN, Manager of Customer Development | Thursday, March 30 | 12:35 – 12:55 pm
    Learn how the Lippincott Solutions suite of online, institutional decision support and competency management software supports nursing leadership by delivering the latest evidence-based content directly to clinicians, enabling organizations to standardize care and improve patient outcomes. Live demonstration will be included.

     

  • HealthStream - Staff Education: Is it in Your Strategic Plan
    Christie Kerwan, MSN, RN-BC | Thursday, March 30 | 1:25 – 1:45 pm
    Engage in a culture-shifting discussion that is sure to enhance how you utilize your educational resources on an on-going basis. Explore the importance of proactively planning & strategically utilizing your educational resources to positively impact three frequently identified strategic organizational goals: risk reduction, staff retention, and care outcomes. Evaluate resources that will enable you to embrace a proactive culture, effectively diminishing the need for reactivity.

     

Friday Sessions

  • Medical Information Technology Inc - When Every Second Counts: Leveraging Data for Early Detection and Rapid Response
    Catherine Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC | Friday, March 31 | 11:15 – 11:35 am
    Early detection and rapid response can make the difference between life and death for many medical conditions — and the warning signs are often right there in your EHR waiting to be discovered. In this session you’ll learn how automated early detection systems work, what types of conditions they can prevent or mitigate, and how they’re impacting care and outcomes by pushing information to nurses with actionable evidence. You’ll also hear about real-world impacts, including an organization that slashed sepsis mortality nearly in half (saving lives and more than $10 million in just over a year) and another facility that discovered that its early warning system is detecting 100% of the cases they’re surveilling.

     

  • TelmedIQ - Using Communication Technology to Improve Nurse Efficiency and Patient Care
    Ben Moore, CEO | Friday, March 31 | 11:50 am – 12:10 pm
    CNOs who “own the patient-care vision” know the importance that HIT can play in improving the clinical workflow of nurses. By reducing the administrative burden and inefficiencies in nurse workflow, hospitals will see direct improvements to patient care, HCAHPS scores and a reduction in costs. In this session, we will examine how modern communication technology designed with the nurse as the hub of the healthcare experience can help achieve these goals.

     

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