In Part I of this series, we introduced the “New Healthcare Consumerism” and “Family Centered Maternity Care”. Part II examined some of the direct impacts on infant security in birthing units, particularly locked units and video surveillance measures. In Part III we examine electronic infant security systems, and the urgency for hospitals to respond to healthcare consumer demands.
In Part I of this series, we introduced the “New Healthcare Consumerism” and “Family Centered Maternity Care”, which are both heavily influenced by healthcare reform and online consumer behavior. We also discussed some of the impacts on infant security in birthing units. In Part II, we will examine the impacts on infant security in greater detail. Given the growing power of healthcare consumerism, providers must respond to consumer expectations to stay competitive today.
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RF Technologies is pleased to continue our blog “Checking In” with a series of posts focused on “The New Healthcare Consumerism and Its Impact on Infant Security Systems and Locked Birthing Units.”Please keep “Checking In” for updates!
As we celebrate the advancements in patient safety, we also raise awareness about safe practices in healthcare.
You can find your staff when they need help, assign guests a room number, conferences to meeting rooms… but when it comes to other resources, it can be easy to lose valuable time tracking them down.
It could be a last minute request for a podium or projector for a large business meeting, a specific piece of furniture for a certain VIP guest, or an alcohol cart that’s gone missing between Point A and Point B.