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Making sure you have the right patient, medical history, medications and doctor’s orders are critical to providing the right care. RFID tagged Wristbands can be programmed and printed on demand by direct thermal printers. The tags are passive with Read/Write capability. Having critical information stored on the tag will guarantee patients receive correct medication and billings.

To maximize asset utilization from wheel chairs to portable emergency equipment, hospital staff will need to be able to find and rapidly deploy these assets to maintain top quality care. Additionally, most of these assets require maintenance from time to time, based on usage.

RFID tracking will provide the information necessary to ensure that the asset has a current maintenance status, storage location, or last location used. This is especially critical when the equipment can be deployed over your entire facility.

Critical assets will be RFID tagged and an inventory will be maintained. A Check-In/Check-Out process for equipment will be implemented to maintain a complete audit trail. At each point of use, the tags will be read and when appropriate assigned to a patient.
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We provide real individualized solutions to deal with complex Emergency Department surges, hospital bed management and realistic diversion plans and policies. Direct observation and assessment of the current model allows our consultants to gather real life data and recognize barriers blocking advancement of patient flow. Promoting positive change in these areas will increase patient satisfaction, improve patient wait times, and ease the path of patient flow.

Zada Partners’ solutions specifically address the issues of Emergency Department overcrowding, boarding, and rising hospital diversion times. Working hand in hand with healthcare administrators we look at process improvements and adhering to the goals of the systems to empower staff to implement changes.
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Are the right people doing the right job, are patient/staff ratios in line with patient acuity, are peak times met with appropriate coverage, and is staff getting their lunch and breaks while patient safety is maintained… These are some of the questions we ask during our discovery face within a department. Our discovery phase also addresses ancillary staff, as they are an important factor in restructuring staffing matrixes.

Analysis phase looks at departmental and system wide goals: safety, satisfaction and ratio expectation. Individual assessment of each department is required to maintain a strong working balance within the organizational structure.

Zada Partners will utilize proven tools and techniques to asses each departments and identify changes needed to maintain a balance and also will empower staff to have an active role creating a strong team, utilizing collaborative practice. This process promotes excellent patient care, increased patient and staff satisfaction, and endorses the confidence of the local community.
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Enhancing the patient experience is a crucial part of operating a healthcare facility. Digital signage provides up-to-date information, as well as a unique way to entertain and inform. By providing targeted information while patients wait, waiting times can feel shorter with improved follow of information to dynamic displays.
Inform: Live and relevant information is used on the screens, improving communication and enhancing the environment. Digital signage can link with existing systems to show waiting times, or be manually controlled by staff. Local news, health advice, institution announcements and other messages can all be shown dynamically.

React – Expect the unexpected, you cannot plan every event. Digital signage allows you the ability to quickly and easily convey your message. Respond to events as they happen and give patients the information that they want to know.

Flow – Use the screens to guide people around the building. Touch screen systems provide an interactive way of looking at the building map and give the user easy directions to find what they’re looking for. The personalized directions can even be printed out as a map to guide them. With healthcare institutions generally being large and unfamiliar to patients, a good way finding system is important.

Languages – Most communities share a variety of languages and sometimes English isn’t a patient’s first language. Digital signage is able to show messages in any language that you may need, so that all patients and visitors can receive the same level and quality of communication.

With digital signage in your healthcare institution, you can react and deliver informative, up-to-date information to the people who need it and enhance the patient experience.
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