How nurses can move forward with mobility [Infographic]

December 3, 2020 |  Nursing, Productivity, Implementation

According to a recent Arch Collaborative (a KLAS initiative) study, twenty-five percent of nurses experience burnout, citing reasons such as documentation burden. 

One way of overcoming burnout and achieving full mobility is using convenient, web-based tools that give clinicians access to an enterprise-wide EHR, a unified user experience, and clinical decision support. This year, a Black Book survey of 3,000 hospital nurses ranked MEDITECH as the #1 EHR for nurse functionality and usability. 

“We have an ongoing commitment to nurses, as we provide them with better tools for enhancing care and improving efficiencies," said Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, associate vice president. “Our user-centered design ensures that our solutions meet the unique needs of clinicians, while enabling them to spend more quality time with patients.”

This infographic shares how mobility gives time back to nurses and therapists, as well as factors to consider for a mobile implementation. Check it out below and be sure to learn more about how MEDITECH's Expanse Patient Care and our mobile Point of Care features deliver a comfortable, personalized experience that helps provide more face-to-face time with your patients.


Download a PDF version of our "How nurses can move forward with mobility" infographic. 

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Written by Pamela Crandall MS, CCC/SLP, Senior Marketing Solutions Manager, MEDITECH

Pamela Crandall is a MEDITECH Senior Marketing Solutions Manager. In her role, she monitors care coordination trends and issues impacting nurses and other care providers (including quality care delivery, surveillance, and post-acute care). Pam keeps healthcare leaders informed of our initiatives through direct interaction and participation in industry events. She is also a practicing Speech Language Pathologist with a Master’s of Science in Communication Disorders from Boston University. With over two decades of experience in the healthcare industry, Pam is passionate about helping the healthcare community understand MEDITECH’s vision and commitment to telling the full patient story across the entire continuum of care.
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