Virtual Patient Engagement: Achieving Safety, Quality and Efficiency through Video Monitoring
A premier national event in patient safety, the AvaSys Symposium will focus on video monitoring and its role in improving the patient experience of care. Hear from nationally known experts Ridley Barron, patient safety evangelist and Pat Quigley, PhD, MPH, author and speaker on patient falls. Breakout sessions will cover vital topics such as keeping suicidal patients safe, reducing patient falls and elopement, caring for diverse populations and more.
THE ONLY FALL PREVENTION TECHNOLOGY …
… Implemented and Supported by Experienced RNs
The AvaSys program joins cutting edge technology with empirically proven clinical education and implementation support that doesn’t end at deployment. Our team of nurses stays involved to ensure hospitals make the highest and best use of the system.
… With Evidence-based Outcomes
- HCA St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, Texas: Zero falls with injury in patients under video observation since June 2014
- Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, Schenectady, N.Y.: Neuro-Rehab Institute had zero falls in first full month of AvaSys – down from 10-12 falls per month
- Rockford (Ill.) Memorial Hospital: Falls reduced by nearly 50% and sitter costs by 60% from 2013 to 2014
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