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For hospitals throughout the country, reducing hospital noise is becoming a priority for health care administrators.
If it’s not, it should be.
For several years, evidence continues to show that hospitals are not quiet places. Places of healing, yes; seabeds of tranquility, no. But why is Gandhi smiling?
Topics: Reducing hospital noise
Want a really killer talk track for the next obligatory benefit/fundraiser your spouse drags… er, uh…invites you to attend?
Try this one while chewing a cud of cheese and mystery meat between sips of warm wine: “You know, what impressed me was their wireless temperature sensors are NIST traceable.”
That should light a fire in the room. (It certainly will once your spouse gets wind of it.)
Topics: Wireless temperature monitoring
When you’re dealing with children and vaccines, good enough just won’t do.
That’s why Hancock Physician Network, a full-service system of health care providers under the umbrella of Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, Indiana, chose two best-in-class companies to protect its vaccines, including those administered under the federal Vaccine for Children program.
A lot has happened since the good doctor Clifford noodled-up the first analog thermometer in the 19th century.
There's that little incident at Kitty Hawk where man broke the bonds of gravity leading to a Moon Shot or two; the splitting of an atom that changed the way we see ourselves; and a host of other inventions, discoveries and revolutions from industrial to digital.
We have free resources available to help you understand the issues that can negatively affect your HCAHPS scores. Start with our 10 Reasons for System-Wide Envronmental Monitoring for Healthcare quick-guide. Then read our e-book "It's Loud in Here" to learn more about how noise levels have a negative impact on HCAHPS scores by reducing patient satisfaction …and what to do to fix it.