Bedside Consents in the Real World — Part 3

By Phil White | Sep 30, 2016 11:00:00 AM

In my second post on the subject, we looked at how Access e-signatures and e-forms technology is supporting the four main goals of Halifax Health’s IT/IS department. Now let’s see how these solutions have not only made the clinical floors at Halifax look better, but also improved the hospital’s bottom line.

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Bedside Consents in the Real World — Part 2

By Phil White | Sep 14, 2016 2:19:16 PM

In my previous post, we explored how Halifax Health’s revolutionary emergency department (ED) is using Access e-signatures to capture bedside consents as part of its paperless, clutter-free environment that lets clinicians focus on patients, not paperwork.

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Bedside Consents in the Real World — Part 1

By Phil White | Jul 25, 2016 12:17:58 PM

The emergency department at Halifax Hospital should be noisy and chaotic, at least if the numbers are anything to go by: 116,000 registrations a year, 99,000 square feet (making it the largest ED in Florida) and 107 rooms. But as you walk through the double doors that lead into the ED, the silence is startling, the sense of order striking. One of the reasons is the thoughtful way the busy department is designed, with no detail overlooked.

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