Responder 5 touchscreen workflow stations connect caregivers directly to ancillary departments with the push of a single button. Sending specific requests directly to others keeps the caregivers’ focus on the patient saving time and energy. See how these touchscreen stations can help in a variety of hospital settings.
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ROI is easily recognized when streamlining communication in the surgical department. Customize buttons to communicate between ORs, notify PACU of a closing case, contact anesthesia when a patient is brought back to an OR, notify team members of a critical situation, call for additional equipment from central supply
Connect Responder nurse call to wireless devices to allow patients to connect immediately with their assigned caregivers. Reduce response times, increase patient satisfaction, and allow caregivers to determine patient needs with increased efficiency.
Customize workflow stations specifically for the pediatric setting. When calling for transport, indicate the mode of transportation. Is a wagon needed? A crib? Contact a Child Life specialist directly or notify caregivers when a parent has arrived. All of this and more with the push of a button.
Call for a pharmacist consult to discuss medications from the touchscreen staff terminal. Increase communication and efficiency by allowing pharmacy staff to send a message directly to caregiver’s wireless device when a patient’s medication has been sent through the tube system.
Staff terminal workflow stations can save ED staff precious time on repetitive actions. Initiate orders for lab draw, x-ray, EKG, admissions, discharges, call transport for a wheelchair, contact EVS for room cleaning needs and more.
Use the staff terminal device to manage the bed control to save time and eliminate wasted steps. Notify EVS staff members directly when a patient has been discharged or cleaning is needed in a room. Track how long the cleaning process takes, and automatically notify bed control and nursing leadership when a room is ready for the next admission.