Communication across the continuum.
One directory. One care team.
Communication across the continuum – leveraging Cerner’s single directory approach, clinicians are able to search easily in one place and communicate with care team members inside and outside the 4 walls of the hospital.
Integration of patient record
Integration of patient record – leveraging Connect Nursing, care team members providing round the clock bedside care are able to view real time updates to a patient’s orders or results, as well as have immediate updates on critical results or vitals signs, often cutting down on the time it takes to gather that data.
Patient context with alerts
Patient context with alerts – because our mobility and communication workflow integrates seamlessly with the patient’s record, nurse call systems, and physiologic monitors., real time alerts can be sent to the provider caring for the patient, saving precious time in a critical situation.
Barcode meds administration
Barcode meds administration – leveraging the patient record and built in bar code scanner on the device, Connect provides the clinical team with an alternate way to give medications and increasing their mobility throughout the hospital
Right user. Right time.
Role based communications – Connect allows care team members to be assigned to patients or to a specific care team, allowing for real time alerts and notification to be routed to the right user at the right time
Truman Medical Centers (TMC) staff needed to optimize nursing workflow while increasing staff satisfaction and improving patient safety. The previous devices nurses used, such as pagers, old CareMobile® devices and health system-issued phones, were nearing the end of their productive life, and the time was right to implement new mobile technology — CareAware Connect™.
A past client achievement story (found here) celebrated the successes of mobile device communication within the Nash General Hospital Emergency Department.
Effective care team communication to help deliver faster treatments.
Used to ensure that the right patients receive the correct blood and/or breast milk, as well as the correct lab specimen is drawn, Bridge helps mitigate the risk of human error.
Securely acquire and store clinical photos to the patient’s electronic health record.
Route incoming event and associated contextual information in notifications to care team members and allow the escalation of notifications between clinicians.