In the healthcare industry, scary moments are not simply reserved for Halloween. Staff members who have the lives of patients in their hands spend each shift hoping to foster health and strength. While this is the optimal scenario, there are many situations where patients are facing serious illness or injury. For these patients, each day carries its own set of challenges, dangers, and scary moments.
While managing the health of each patient can cause episodes of nervousness and fear, even for the most professional of nurses, there are also scenarios where they find their own well-being at risk.
Volatile Patients Place Hospital Workers in Danger
Healthcare providers are under a constant cloud of safety concerns, as patients from all layers of life enter their doors. Some are sick, some are agitated, and some may battle mental health issues.
Ultimately, providing nurses with an instant, is becoming increasingly important. When staff members are in danger, are they equipped to send a quick, safe warning signal?
Through ZulaFly’s Fuzion platform, real-time notifications and alerts can be received via your preferred method of communication. This allows designated recipients to respond quickly and appropriately. All designated users see the notifications whether using a browser-based system or mobile app.
ZulaFly’s Fuzion RTLS platform allows any nurse wearing a push-button badge to create a silent, location-based call for from anywhere inside the building. Whether danger emerges during staff-to-patient interaction or, in some cases, staff-to-staff encounters, Fuzion is universally capable of offering daily security and confidence to nurses.
Fuzion allows nurses to focus on doing what they do best: Guiding patients back to health.
Minimizing Stress in Hospitals and Clinics
Physical safety is important, but Real-time Locating System technology keeps healthcare staff members’ sanity at a safe level as well. PAR (Periodic Automatic Replacement) level management is just one example of this.
Keeping clean storage closets and empty rooms stocked and organized is often a tedious project in hospitals and clinics. In a fast-paced environment, remaining appropriately stocked can be a tall task.
When closets are low on supplies or nurses can’t find what they need, these stressful moments carry over into other areas of their workday, creating a negative effect on the way patients are cared for.
How can you best systemize rooms and closets in the midst of the chaos? What are some strategies that allow you and your team to use these for what they were designed to do best?
In the healthcare industry, there are certain levels of inventory that are on hand at all times. This especially goes for items such as monitors and infusion pumps. Establishing PAR levels is a practical way to keep inventory levels under control by utilizing a Real-time Locating System to notify staff when clean supply closets are not fully stocked, or when dirty supply closets are full and equipment needs to be cleaned. Furthermore, understanding historical PAR levels will help identify trends so that you can be more prepared moving forward.
Safety and security for nurses is an all-day, every-day concern. A dependable RTLS solution allows nurses and other healthcare professionals to do their BEST work on a daily basis. How else does RTLS enhance healthcare facilities? Learn more at zulafly.com.