We begin with the end in mind, and we’re with you every step of the way. We know achieving improved patient outcomes is your facility’s top priority. And we know sustaining these outcomes can be challenging. Our Clinical Nurse Consultants (CNCs) are here to help. Dedicated and on site with your staff, our CNCs have national experience and knowledge of best practices.
Dedicated on-site Clinical Nurse Consultant | Customizable | Sustainable outcomes
Our CNCs partner with you to help you standardize processes and achieve sustainable outcomes in key areas of focus, such as fall prevention, pressure injury prevention, early and everyday mobility, and safe patient handling.
They do this through utilization of resources including best practice recommendations, development and implementation of clinical education, training, and programs.
Process and protocol improvements to decrease falls and fall with injury
Process and protocol improvements to decrease hospital acquired pressure injuries
Process and protocol improvements to increase mobility and decrease patient length of stay
Process and protocol creation and enhancement for risk reduction and the safety of hospital staff
reduction in pressure injuries
Cost savings $174,8361
reduction in falls
Cost savings $152,7501
reduction in bed rental
Cost savings $87,4831
Introducing the new ProCuity bed series. A low-height bed for all patient acuity levels, ProCuity is loaded with advanced fall prevention technologies and features the only cable-less nurse call on the market. Meet our safest and most intelligent bed.Learn more
Proactive pressure injury prevention therapies.Learn more
Ask our experts about our risk-sharing programs for long-term financial investment and how we can help lift the burden off your back.Learn more
1. Nebraska Methodist (2018). Early Mobility Program Results in Improved Patient Outcomes and Cost Savings.
2. Kaleida Health (2019). Evidence-Based Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injury Prevention Results in Cost Savings and Sustained Improved Patient Outcomes.
3. Elmhurst (2017). Targeted Fall Prevention Interventions and Wireless Technology Results in Successful Quality Improvement Intervention.
4. Centura Penrose (2016). Sustainable Reduction of Inpatient Falls in the Emergency Department.
5. Centura Porter Adventist (2016). Continuous Quality Improvement Results in Sustainable Fall Prevention Program.
6. University of Alabama Birmingham (2018). Quality Improvement Initiative Incorporates i-Bed Technology into Fall Prevention Bundle of Care.
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