Healthcare Information Technology

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The Trials and Tribulations of Going Paperless

The switch from paper charts to computers is fraught with potential problems. We've learned some lessons the hard way.

Posted 11/05/12 | Annette D. Saylor, RN, CNOR, CRNFA | Post a comment

The Stalled Install

A bump in the paperless road causes a month delay in the EMR's go-live date.

Posted 09/07/12 | Annette D. Saylor, RN, CNOR, CRNFA | Post a comment

How Wireless Can We Go?

5 wireless technologies that will impact your ORs.

Posted 07/03/12 | Stuart Katz, FACHE, CASC | 1 comment

Off to See the Wizards

These workflow and documentation aids will let our staff prepare for and document cases like never before.

Posted 07/03/12 | Annette D. Saylor, RN, CNOR, CRNFA | Post a comment

Infection Prevention - The Hidden Dangers of Going Paperless

Keyboards and touchscreens can be breeding grounds for infections.

Posted 06/06/12 | Virginia Bren, RN, MPH, CIC | Post a comment

Further Along Than I Thought We Were

We've cleaned up massive amounts of data and cut a month off the go-live date for our new EMR system.

Posted 05/02/12 | Annette D. Saylor, RN, CNOR, CRNFA | Post a comment

Technology Confirms Correct Surgical Count

Apparent correct counts are no guarantee against leaving a piece of gauze or a sponge inside a patient.

Posted 03/06/12 | Lynn Bridgewater, MSN, RN | 2 comments

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