The newly revamped BedWatch® Discharge Ahead of ADT Report provides additional data and visibility to help hospitals identify the units that have delayed discharges.
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - BedWatch Boards allow users the ability to see exactly what they need to support their specific responsibilities. Users will now have access to a true BYOBB (Build Your Own Bed Board) capability. Get visibility of what you need, when you need need it!
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY - BedWatch Alerts is a sophisticated notification engine that empowers clinical and support services teams to enhance patient care coordination. This keeps everyone in the facility continually informed in real-time.
BedWatch Transport Control now features a specialized “Average Transport Completion Times by Month” report which aggregates average completion times into a clear, dynamic report that can easily be exported as an image to simplify internal performance reporting.
The National Association of Healthcare Transport Management (NAHTM) kicked off the 2016 annual conference in Atlanta on Wednesday, marking the event’s 26th anniversary.
We’re proud to continue our long-standing partnership with the National Association of Healthcare Transport Management (NAHTM) by sponsoring the organization’s 2016 annual conference.
BedWatch Admit Control users making bed requests within the Emergency Department (ED) now have the ability to indicate whether the patient in question will be discharged, or if he or she will be transferred to surgery, in order to help patient placement staff within the hospital better anticipate incoming patient volume from the ED.
BedWatch Admit Control features a “Bed Placements by Hour” report, which allows all Admit Control users within a hospital or system to access accurate data around daily patient placement activity, hour by hour.
BedWatch provides increased visibility in a variety of ways. In this post, we’ll explore how BedWatch helps improve patient flow and hospital visibility into pending patient moves, including admissions, transfers, and discharges.
BedWatch Admit Control, Bed Control and Transport Control are designed to provide an accurate view of the day-to-day patient movements around a hospital, and to allow hospital staff members to make immediate patient placement and throughput decisions based the real-time information.