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Purposeful hourly rounding is a care model that organizations utilize all over the world to ensure patients receive timely, consistent, and proactive care.
An intentional patient rounding process should positively impact call lights, falls, and patient experience scores. Even in our age of digitalization, we still find that many hospitals rely on pen and paper to document these rounds.
Using feedback from our clients, we have compiled a list of 3 reasons why organizations switch to digital documentation of purposeful rounds.
The term “big data” in healthcare has become synonymous with informed decision making. We live in an age where vast amounts of aggregated data and resources are available to key decision makers. Processes like patient leader rounding can provide substantial insight into patient experience, satisfaction, and safety from the data gathered during rounds. But there’s a problem with this data: it can be challenging to dissect relevant and actionable insights.
When you have to manage over 100 employees, it can be difficult to provide personal feedback and create that personal relationship with each staff member. Employee rounding is a system that ensures clear communication and builds trust between staff and management. The goals of rounding are to create approachable management, strengthen relationships, find improvement opportunities, and show appreciation to employees. Below are four reasons why you should implement employee rounding in your hospital.
On October 3, Nobl will compete in Rise of the Rest startup bus and pitch competition. Nobl, along with seven other Lincoln and Omaha startups will compete to win a $100,000 investment from Steve Case, entrepreneur and co-founder of America Online.