Kim Sisson

Kim Sisson is a Clinical Education Specialist Manager for SONIFI Health. Kim is part of SONIFI Health's clinical staff and she uses her years of nursing experience including charge nurse and safety management roles to boosts workflow and efficiency tactics for clients. Kim is a Registered Nurse who holds a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) CCRN Certified – Acute/Critical Care Knowledge Professional, and Certified Patient Experience Professional (CPXP).

Recent Posts

What Patients Want and How We Can Help

March 26, 2019
Being admitted to the hospital can be a very overwhelming experience.  In fact, the whole inpatient experience can be scary. Having to be away from your family and friends can leave you feeling lonely, anxious or just plain bored. An interactive patient engagement solution can assist patients with their concerns.[...]

Interactive Engagement Offers Benefits Beyond the Hospital Stay

December 20, 2018
An interactive engagement solution can benefit more than the patient who is in the hospital bed. This technology can be useful for generating awareness of Patient and Family Advisory Councils and setting care and recovery expectations for family members.[...]

How a Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC) Improves Patient Experience

October 9, 2018
Patient engagement and patient experience are two different principles that are intricately intertwined. Engagement encompasses empowering an individual patient to actively participate in their own healthcare to improve overall health and outcomes. This role may also be conducted by patient family members or caregivers. Patient experience is [...]

Millennials Prefer Tech in Their Care and Their Jobs

July 31, 2018
According to the Pew Research Center, Millennials, those born between 1982 and 2004, became the largest generation in the labor force in 20161. Millennials however, have gotten a bad rap.  There is a misperception that they are lazy, entitled and unengaged. Actually, the truth is far from that. [...]

Patient Education Helps Combat Two Emerging Patient Safety Concerns for 2018

February 26, 2018
New National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs) for 2018 went into effect in January. Among the key areas noted as emerging safety areas were medication safety related to patients on anticoagulation therapy1 and identifying patients at risk for suicide.2 While several best practices need to be followed to fully mitigate the safety risks, The Joint [...]
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