Time is critical in the ability to care efficiently and effectively for patients, especially for STEMI cases. To remain viable in today’s cost-and-quality focused healthcare environment, hospitals must strive to achieve best practice patient care (or exceed such measures) while demonstrating strong clinical competencies for top results at the lowest operational cost. Meanwhile, technology and treatment advances are also changing the way patient care is provided and streamlined, including care from prehospital entry through discharge.

For this year's Heart Month education session, Amy Newell (Corazon) partnered with Kris Kaull (Pulsara) to discuss:

  • Patient safety, continuing education and satisfaction within the care continuum
  • Technology as a means to provide real-time data to accelerate time-to-treatment for critical care patients
  • Developing standardized, evidence-based algorithms to enforce best-practice patient care, compliance, and efficient workflows
  • Using measurable data outcomes to drive continuous quality improvement (CQI) and increasing cost savings

Check out the recorded webcast below to learn how these key elements can enhance your organization’s quality of care, treatment efficiencies, and technology resources. Viewers will gain an understanding of the best ways to evaluate and use the information presented to optimize STEMI care delivery within the context of the ever-changing healthcare industry.



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