MEDI+SIGN, a Platinum Sponsor for the 2016 HAP Patient Safety & Quality Symposium, featured Digital Patient Room Whiteboard and fall reduction solutions at the ‘The Power of Partnership’ symposium held in September.
September 7, 2016, Smithsburg, MD — MEDI+SIGN® was a recent Platinum Sponsor of the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP) Patient Safety & Quality Symposium themed The Power of Partnership held on September 7-8, 2016 at Lancaster Marriott in Pennsylvania. The symposium is a CME activity for nurses and healthcare leaders.
As a Platinum Sponsor, MEDI+SIGN addressed the need for a platform that provides a concise and smooth transition of patient information linked to patient records across staff and patient room needs. The presentation featured MEDI+SIGN combined with Patient Room Whiteboards, Digital Door Displays, Nurse Station Displays and ANTI-FALL™ technology with a hospital bed provided by a strategic partner.
During the 2016 HAP Patient Safety & Quality Symposium, Andrew Hoffman, President of MEDI+SIGN, discussed the need for a solution for disparities and the profound effect disparities have on the patient’s safety. Hoffman welcomed Dr. Betancourt, MD, MPH Director, The Disparities Solutions Center; Senior Scientist, Mongan Institute for Health Policy; Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director of Multicultural Education, Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Betancourt discussed the topic “Improving Quality and Achieving Equity in a Time of Transformation.
Hoffman also announced the release of a 2016 HAP Patient Safety & Quality Symposium exclusive article authored by MEDI+SIGN.
MEDI+SIGN’s digital whiteboard and room display solutions link to electronic health records (EHRs) and auxiliary monitoring systems to streamline the work processes, and communicate updated and accurate information on the status of critical tasks relating to the care of individual patients. Robust functionality enables data on patient’s fall risk, real-time mobility status, pain control and medication management plan, and compliance with patient safety procedures, to be displayed at-a-glance to care teams. The focus of MEDI+SIGN’s connected health platform is both patient and provider-centric, allowing more opportunities to create operational and workflow efficiencies across administrative, clinical and informatics teams.
Further details about MEDI+SIGN connected solutions and the impact on error improvement and patient safety is available on the company’s website: www.medisigndisplays.com. Questions or opportunities may be addressed online, or by phone (301-790-0103) and e-mail (email@example.com).
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MEDI+SIGN provides hospital and healthcare organizations with a connected health platform that includes patient monitoring and digital whiteboard display solutions. MEDI+SIGN integrates with electronic medical records and remote monitoring systems to collect and communicate updated and accurate patient health and status information to care teams. As the medical division of Noventri, MEDI+SIGN was established in 2014 to leverage its proprietary visual communication technology to improve its hospital and healthcare provider’s performance in patient safety and satisfaction, as well as the overall quality and delivery of healthcare. For more information, please contact us at www.medisigndisplays.com.
Noventri – a division of Specialized Communications, Inc. (est. 1978) – is a US-based intelligent visual communications company that excels at automation, data-based content and has established enhanced operational workflows for a wide range of industry-leading companies worldwide; including, St. Luke’s University Health Network, Lockheed Martin, Proctor and Gamble, Bristol-Myers Squibb, AstraZeneca, Marriott International and Meridian Health. Noventri headquarters is located at 20940 Twin Springs Drive, Smithsburg, MD 21783-1510 www.noventri.com
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