BedWatch Features Update: Admit Control Simplifies Patient Search | Nov. 12, 2014

By on November 12, 2014 in News

BedWatch Admit Control makes it easy for patient admissions staff to quickly find and place each patient. Admit Control users can search for patients by last name, the unique patient ID, or the visit / billing ID.

The Admit Control Home Screen makes it easy to find the right patient, fast.

The Admit Control Home Screen makes it easy to find the right patient, fast.

Admitting staff simply log in to Admit Control and type in any of the three identifiers listed above. Admit Control will automatically take them to the correct patient record, where they can then request a bed.

The Admit Control Bed Request screen allows admitting staff to quickly and easily submit bed requests.

The Admit Control Bed Request screen allows admitting staff to quickly and easily submit bed requests.

Once the bed request has been submitted, it will automatically appear on the placement request screen, where patient placement staff can quickly identify and assign appropriate available beds. Once a bed has been assigned, placement staff have the ability to automatically request a patient transport with the touch of a button.

BedWatch Admit Control Patient Admission Queue Screen

The Admit Control Patient Queue screen helps placement staff quickly and easily identify and assign appropriate available beds. Click to enlarge.

Like all BedWatch products, any changes made in Admit Control will automatically update the Bed Control Bed Board and Transport Control request queue, if the hospital has a dedicated Transport department using Transport Control.

As a result, patient placement staff can quickly identify available beds and place patients in the right bed, right away.

For more information about BedWatch Admit Control and how it can streamline patient admissions at your hospital, please contact us.

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