On average, 23% of the patients in an emergency department are lying or sitting in wait. Not only does this create a TERRIBLE PATIENT EXPERIENCE, it also adds stress to clinicians – driving burnout.
48% of ED physicians report feeling burned out, causing reduced job performance, increased sick days, and even suicide. Bureaucratic tasks are the #1 cause of burnout (including paperwork, charting, billing, etc).
COST OF CARE
From 2008 – 2017, the average cost of an ED visit increased $393 to $924. That’s 2.35x over 10 years! This jump is largely funded by patients, whose out-of -pocket portion increased 241 percent, from $70 to $239.
Sepsis survival decreases 7.6% with every hour delay in antibiotics after the onset of hypotension. At the onset of septic shock, mortality rates vary from 30% to 50%. Like most ED arrivals – time is of the essence!
QiiQ PROVIDES A CLINICIAN-CENTERED SOLUTION FOR A BETTER ER.
A clinician’s virtual assistant – a natural-language AI to be used in the ER by docs and nurses to help them profoundly improve their use of time and energy.
VIRTUAL ASSISTANT FEATURES
Real-Time Patient Data
Instantly access/submit patient data at point-of-care.
Flexible and Powerful
Activate automated time-saving processes.
Be alerted of urgent events and developments. When the time and place is right for you.
A GAME-CHANGER FOR CLINICIANS
This tool can transform your patient workflow. Make it work for you, so your EHR does, too. It’s so easy to use, you won’t need a manual.
High-resolution workflow analytics.
Speedy and easy team communication.
No paper needed!
Activity and context-sensitivity.
Secure for you AND your patients.
Workflow optimization tools that also help the administrator!
@techguy "they cited patient-facing options like wearables, mobile apps and self-service tools. They also said they were looking at a number of provider-facing solutions which could ... improve patient flow, including care coordination apps and tools..." a QiiQ bullseye!
Finally! Someone who says that EHR's are not well-designed! (Okay - I was joking about that, but...) They do write some clever things about how the EHR UX could be improved: fastcodesign.com/90175194/how… Let's do it!