Shane Elmore, RN

Shane Elmore, RN

Shane is Pulsara's Vice President of Clinical Innovation, and is certified in CCRN, CEN, and CFRN. Shane is a former Chest Pain Coordinator at Trinity Mother Frances Health System.

Posts by Shane Elmore, RN

Stroke   |   STEMI   |   Leadership   |   Healthcare

How to Solve Care Management Problems at Your Hospital (No, It's Not By Hiring More People).

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   July 14, 2016

How do you solve care management problems at your hospital?

I think that's a fair question. I was talking with a nurse from reputable a STEMI receiving center just a few...

3 Guiding Questions to Help You Reduce STEMI Process Variability [Part 2]

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   July 12, 2016

In last week's blog post, I talked about the root of all evil in STEMI care processes: VARIABILITY. 

There are several areas where we commonly see variability in...

Stroke   |   STEMI

The Root of All Evil in STEMI Care Processes [Part 1]

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   July 7, 2016

As Pulsara employees, when we meet with prospective clients we hear a lot of different stories about how well their facilities are already doing. Most of the time they...

Mistakes and Failure: 6 Tips for Leveraging Them to Your Advantage

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   June 28, 2016

Alexander Pope once said “To err is human.” If we are honest with ourselves, we know this is true. I’ve made my share of mistakes and I know that I have hundreds more left...

Embrace this Value for Better Work Life ... and Life in General!

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   June 10, 2016
I have a friend who once found himself in a very tricky and uncomfortable situation at work. He had knowledge that his direct supervisor was stealing inventory. He saw...
Stroke   |   STEMI   |   EMS   |   Trauma   |   Healthcare

A Communication Breakdown That May Have Cost a Heart Patient His Life

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   April 28, 2016

The 4-Ingredient Recipe for Failure (and How to Avoid it)

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   March 24, 2016

You’ve probably heard it said before that failure is inevitable, and of course that is true. No one of us is immune to failure. But, as much as failure is a normal part of...

What Hospital Care Teams Can Learn From NFL Receivers

By Shane Elmore, RN   |   March 10, 2016

We live in a world of constant stimulation, of more is more, and, as a result, of multitasking. Most of us think we’re pretty good at multitasking, and greatly...

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