There is a need to constantly keep track of patients coming and going; the nature of Ambulatory care (from the time of registration to discharge, occurs on a single calendar day). The products listed below can all play a part in improving the processes of Ambulatory Care, from registration to discharge. For more information, click on any of the titles to go to a dedicated page about the product.
eForms Workflow Tool or Document Print Server (LEO)
From the point of registration, to reprinting armbands throughout an extended stay, these workflow tools enhance and deliver intelligent documents On-Demand or at the Point-of-Use. By merging the data from the HIS with forms and arm/wristbands, the tools insures the accuracy of patient documents, charts, and tests.
Supersoft ID Bands
The Supersoft ID Bands are the ideal choice for wristband in any department or area of patient care; however, they have an exceptional success rate in inpatient care and long-term care. The bands unique features (softness, durability, compatibility, and endurance) make it ideal. The naturally waterproof/chemicalproof material has been tested to insure legibility and scanning after 14-days of heavy use (beyond that of any typical inpatient or long-term care patient). The Supersoft feel of the band makes ideal for all patient skin sensitivities (regardless of age). And once again, partnering it with a workflow solution and you can deliver them On-Demand or at the Point-of-Use with laser-printed accuracy and legibility).
To learn more about our full suite of Supersoft ID Bands and labels, click here.
Professionally Design Intelligent Forms
Printing these forms On-demand, or at Point-of-Use is only part of what helps improve processes. The professional designs, hierarchy of important information ensures that the staff always get what they need from the form as quickly as possible. Ensure the information is accurate, deliver it 100% of the time, and you can improve patient safety in any department or process.
Each of these products works independently, or in tandem to improve the Ambulatory Care process, improve patient safety, establish & maintain best practices, and help your facility deliver a higher quality of care. Click here to learn more about the processes within Ambulatory Care.