ASCs Prepare for New CMS Guidelines: Three Ways Technology Can Help

One of the many benefits of attending conferences is having the ability to learn more about the changes and challenges our customers face. A hot topic in recent discussions surrounded the changes coming to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) guidelines and how to provide quality care in a smaller timeframe. In 2020, CMS […]

The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers

In the event that there is a drop in cabin pressure, an oxygen mask will drop from the overhead bin. If you are traveling with others, please put your own mask on first before the others. For those who travel on airlines, you hear that statement every time you fly. This simple statement enforces the […]

September is Sepsis Awareness Month

Did you know that September is Sepsis Awareness Month?  The Sepsis Alliance defines sepsis as “the body’s overwhelming and life-threatening response to infection that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure and death.”  For those of us that are not clinical, our immune systems are meant to spring into action to prevent infection when the […]

Réduire l'épuisement des cliniciens en améliorant les pratiques de documentation

Vous approchez de la fin de votre 4e quart de travail consécutif de 12 heures (plus comme 13-14 au moment où la documentation est terminée) à l'USI. Vous ne travaillez généralement pas plus de 3 jours consécutifs, mais en raison du manque de personnel et de la récente augmentation des appels COVID, vous avez accepté d'aider vos collègues. La famille de M. Smith vient de […]