Article   |   August 04, 2021   |   Hicuity Health

Hicuity Health’s Murphy Shares Insights on “How Acute Care Monitoring Improves Nursing Life”

Marcia Murphy, VP of Clinical Operations and NursingDuring the recent American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL) conference, Marcia Murphy, Hicuity Health’s VP of Clinical Operations and Nursing, addressed the topic, “How Acute Care Monitoring Improves Nursing Life”. In the session Murphy shared perspectives on how partnering for acute care monitoring helps nurses focus on patient care by delegating monitoring, hiring, managing, training, and scheduling. The presentation included an overview of remote patient monitoring, telemetry, virtual sitter and smart device monitoring.

Additional key insights included:

• How different monitoring options improve outcomes, reduce clinical workloads,     and decrease operational costs.
• Potential nursing benefits provided by remote patient monitoring.
• The key factors to assess when evaluating tools to assist in decreasing      monitoring management burdens on the nursing staff.

Hicuity Health is pleased to make available the 30-minute session typically reserved for registered AONL conference attendees only.

View the Session

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