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Corded vs Cordless Workstations (pt 4): Factors to Consider

This is part four of our five-part blog series on the reasons why cordless EHR workstations are a better fit for nurses than those that have to be plugged in to charge. Read our overview in part one; our analysis of flexibility, efficiency, and convenience in part two; and our discussion of availability, battery charge, and … Read More

November 15, 2017
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Corded vs Cordless Workstations (pt 3): Factors to Consider

Welcome back to our five-part blog series on the reasons why cordless EHR workstations are a better fit for nurses than those that have to be plugged in to charge. Read our overview of all factors to consider in part one and our discussion in part two about enhanced flexibility, efficiency, and convenience. Here in … Read More

November 9, 2017
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Corded vs Cordless EHR Workstations (pt 2): Factors to Consider

We are releasing a five-part blog series discussing the reasons why we recommend that hospitals choose cordless mobile EHR workstations for nurses to chart patient information. Mobile EHR workstations are either corded or cordless. When corded, they must be plugged in to charge. Cordless stations, however, use swappable battery technology. Cordless EHR workstations enhance workflow … Read More

November 2, 2017
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Cordless vs. Corded EHR Workstations: Factors to Consider

Nurses have many battery-powered devices they use to care for patients, but one of the most critical to quality of care is the EHR workstation required for charting data. These workstations are used continuously throughout the busy 24/7 hospital cycle, and they must boost efficiency; they should never impede it. Corded stations often hinder the … Read More

October 26, 2017
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Fixed vs. Mobile EHR Workstations (pt 5): Consider Patient Privacy and Infection Control

This is the final installment of our five-part blog series discussing the major factors hospitals should consider when purchasing new EHR workstations for nurses to chart patient information. Part five focuses on patient privacy and infection control. Read the overview of all factors to consider in part one, our blog on capital and operational expenses … Read More

October 10, 2017
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Fixed vs. Mobile EHR Workstations (pt 4): Consider Medication Delivery

Welcome back to our five-part blog series discussing the major factors hospitals should consider when purchasing new EHR workstations for nurses to chart patient information. Part four focuses on bedside medication delivery. Read the overview of all factors to consider in part one, our blog on capital and operational expenses in part two, and our … Read More

October 4, 2017
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Fixed vs. Mobile EHR Workstations (pt 3): Consider Flexibility and Availability

In our five-part blog series, we discuss the major factors hospitals should consider when purchasing new EHR workstations for nurses to chart patient information. Part three of our series focuses on flexibility and availability, and the impact those factors have on patient care. Read the overview of all factors to consider in part one and … Read More

September 27, 2017
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Fixed vs. Mobile EHR Workstations (pt 2): Consider Total Project Cost

In this five-part blog series, we’re discussing the major factors hospitals should consider when purchasing new EHR workstations for nurses to chart patient information. Part two of our series focuses on the bottom line: capital and operational expense. Read the overview of all factors to consider in part one here. Cost can influence whether fixed … Read More

September 20, 2017
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Fixed vs. Mobile EHR Workstations: Factors to Consider

When it comes to the EHR workstations nurses use to chart patient information, one style does not fit across the board for an entire hospital nor does it apply from facility to facility. Instead, each hospital and each nursing specialty requires a solution tailored to its specific patient-care needs. In our five-part blog series, we will … Read More

September 13, 2017
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Improve Workflow for Nurses and IT Professionals with RHYTHM

Nurses are the lifeblood of hospitals, working around the clock, caring for patients. Advanced technology has improved how RNs manage patient data, but if that technology interrupts workflow, it can create frustration, lead to errors, and disrupt their time at the patient’s bedside. Learn how RHYTHM can improve workflow for nurses and IT professionals alike. … Read More

September 6, 2017
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Enovate Medical - Valuable Power Outlet Real Estate

How Valuable is the Real Estate Around Your Power Outlets?

If you’ve ever walked through the halls of a busy hospital, you can imagine what it would be like to charge a bunch of corded workstations in the hallway – chaos and a potential corridor violation. The typical corded workstation is mobile only part of the time, while the remainder of the time it stays … Read More

July 5, 2017
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Enovate Medical - Five Rights for Optimal EHR

The Five Rights, a Recap

Just as there are five patient rights of medication administration, there are five rights to ensure optimal EHR workflow efficiency and successful real-time documenting at the point-of-care. Over the past few weeks, we have covered the “Five Rights,” to consider when choosing a total solution. In case you missed them, click on the links below … Read More

June 28, 2017
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