My Experience Becoming PXP Certified

May 28, 2019
Nursing as a profession values certification. ANCC states, “Professional certification is a voluntary designation earned by individuals who demonstrate an exceptional level of competency, skill, and knowledge in their field.”1 Organizations often look for professionals who have taken this step of certification to support their dedication, [...]

Leadership Spotlight: Kelly Boyd, Senior VP of Healthcare Operations

May 14, 2019
Meet Kelly Boyd, our Senior Vice President of Healthcare Operations. As a long-standing employee, she oversees technical operations, project management, clinical operations, account management, technology and integrations and content management.[...]

Patient Experience Matters

April 22, 2019
The Beryl Institute defines patient experience as “the sum of all interactions, shaped by an organization's culture, that influence patient perceptions across the continuum of care.” Technology isn’t always the first thing associated with positive patient experience, but wires and circuits can connect more than devices—they can connect people.[...]

Accelerate the Value of Your EHR with Patient-facing EHR Integrations and Efficient Solutions

April 16, 2019
For many health systems, implementing an EHR was a monumental task exhausting to both human and financial resources. Most facilities have now succeeded at creating a functional EHR—yet based on the effort expended to implement it and the potential of leveraging the data it contains, the value of the EHR is largely unrealized and now mature [...]

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.[...]

The Struggles for Patients to Complete Their Education

March 14, 2019
Not fully completing patient education reduces patients’ understanding of their disease process, procedures or what is expected of them to participate in their care. The repercussions of patients not understanding their health and healthcare needs can be costly and devasting. Patients can see rapid declines in health from not understanding [...]

The Value of Positive Distraction During Lengthy Stays

February 26, 2019
As a nurse, I have often asked myself, “what can I do to make my patients’ stay more comfortable?”  This becomes even more important for those experiencing a long hospital stay.[...]
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