Having the technology you need when responding to and documenting Code Blue events is crucial to your healthcare facility’s integrity. Caring for patients, especially during medical emergencies such as Code Blue events, can be
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In the 2020 Medscape Emergency Medicine Lifestyle, Happiness & Burnout Report, only 25% of Emergency Physicians surveyed were “very or extremely happy at work.” [i] The
In the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, the Canadian Institute for Health Information reported that harm occurred in every 1 of 18 hospitalizations in Canada,
What follows the chaos of a Code Blue event, the acquisition and handling of the Code Blue records, is nearly as important as managing the
View Video Demo The Reality of Code Blue Any healthcare professional is undoubtedly familiar with the chaos that ensues when a patient enters cardiac arrest.
In-hospital cardiac arrests (CODE BLUE) occur in both large and small healthcare facilities, and the outcomes are usually quite disappointing. The percentage of the 200,000
View Video Demo Code Blue Legal Issues Documentation At some point, every medical professional will wonder about the legal ramifications of an in-hospital cardiac arrest
Each year thousands of dollars are lost due to undocumented infusionstop times. Infusion start/stop time documentation compliance can be challenging. Even more challenging, can be
An American Heart Association Resuscitation Journal study showed that every 10% increase in American Heart Association (AHA) guideline adherence results in a 30% increase in