Emergency department physicians spend too little (25%) of their working time on direct patient care. [more]
ED physicians spend too much (43%) of their working time on data entry, much of it on a slow workstation. [more]
Too many patient test results receive belated ER physician attention and are not followed-up (75%). [more]
Too many ED physicians report feeling burned out, largely from repetitive and frustrating bureaucratic tasks. [more]
Instantly access/submit patient data at point-of-care – visually designed to exploit the mobile phone screen.
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Be alerted to important developments with your patients – when the time and place is right for you.
Cut the time spent on mundane tasks that keep you away from your patients.
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When ancillary test results are in, you’ll find out immediately.
If we can help you cut the time spent on drudgery, won’t you be happier?
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This (global) problem has practical and inexpensive solutions. It’s crazy that it persists. cbc.ca/news/canada/he…
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@SairaNHaque Oooo, we gotta talk sometime!
Going nowhere slowly…
VERY good advice! From a guy who'd know...
5 of the Biggest Mistakes Healthcare Start-up’s Make by Branden Fini link.medium.com/YD0g8Ln6Vsb
@TaraRampal Tara, the article seemed to refer mostly to the importance of gender in the analysis of patient data. Your tweet speaks more to the suitability of tools for the provider. Would LOVE to speak with you about this sometime! How 'bout it?
Have you worked in the ER? May we ask for your opinions? Please respond to this short survey:
The Challenge of Emergency Medicine docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FA…
This story is therapy for the world. Nicholas Bostic certainly saved some lives on July 11. Let's also give him credit for the awesome side effects. twitter.com/SamRo/status/1…
@RicharLisa It's pretty superhuman that you can still rally to support the populace when you're being driven so hard already.
We've been working on this problem for years. Give us a chance to help! US hospitals are already doing it. C'mon Canada, don't wait for the US to do it all first.
#EmergencyMedicine #innovation twitter.com/CFNU/status/15…