These are a few things that may be best left off the patient room whiteboard.
"A simple whiteboard that shows patients where they are in the perioperative process gives everyone — transporters, the director, nurses — a common source of truth that they can use to efficiently move patients through operating rooms and theaters."
Why is Patient Flow Important?
A hospital’s emergency department can experience a lot of confusion and miscommunication, which is why facilities seek to provide their trauma teams with everything they need to work quickly and efficiently while keeping the patient at the center of everything they do.Read more
Long-term memory care and behavioral healthcare facilities are tasked with caring for patients that present a wide-range of cognitive and memory-based challenges.Read more
Managing patient pain is one of the most important things hospitals can do to increase patient satisfaction and HCAHPS scores, especially for post-operative patients.
Comfort is one of the foundational pillars of patient satisfaction, and patient room whiteboards have become a helpful tool for care teams to provide the increasingly high level of comfort sought by patients in an age where healthcare is more competitive than ever.
There are two things that matter when it comes to healthcare design: function and aesthetics. Everything in a hospital serves a specific function, whether it makes a patient’s stay more pleasant or healthcare professionals' jobs easier. Both lead to better treatment and patient experiences, the goal for any facility. While everything placed within a hospital serves a specific function, the aesthetics of the object in question also play an important role.Read more