The all-in-one Nuclear Medicine work station has a stainless steel work surface with a 12.7 cm (5 in.) backsplash and a 1.3 cm (0.5 in.) beveled edge on the other three sides to prevent spills from draining off the top. The vertical supports of the cabinet are steel and filled with lead. There is a 10.2 cm (4 in.) diameter chute to dispose of used syringes into a "sharps" container (plastic container not included) that sits on a sliding pull-out shelf in the cabinet.
Many leading hospitals are still maintaining their proven, affordable paging systems while adding many other device types to the mix. In this eBrief, we'll explore why pagers are still being used. This whitepaper looks in depth at the technologies at play and how they actually work in different ways to keep staff in touch about important patient care activities.
Hospitals have been collecting patient satisfaction data for decades. Whether the information was used internally to measure performance, or published publicly for brand promotion within the community, these scores have always held value in healthcare. In this eBrief we'll look at five ways technology can help you positively influence your patient satisfaction scores.
Communications in healthcare have become a web of information that is difficult to navigate and manage. Learn nine tips to cope with this chaos and establish the order your patients and staff so desperately need.