Nov 17 2021

eBooks: 9 Ways tech can help providers succeed in a clinical shortage

With nurse burnout being one of the biggest challenges facing the home health and hospice industries, agencies need new, innovative ways to succeed despite the clinical shortage. Technology can help ease the stress of time-consuming documentation, colleagues feeling disconnected, and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic—leading to happier staff and higher retention.

How technology can lighten the load for clinicians

Reducing burnout starts by providing clinicians with the right tools that make their job easier. While clinicians are required to learn two or three separate technologies in many situations, an all-in-one approach is the comprehensive solution that can address many clinical needs in a single platform. This, along with the ability to easily integrate into your electronic health record (EHR), allows clinicians to focus on patient care by lightening their non-clinical workload.

Technology can be a critical element to achieving the best outcomes for patients and preventing staff burnout. Our latest eBooks—one for home health and another dedicated to hospice—detail nine ways tech can help you succeed despite the clinical staff shortage, which include:

• Reducing unnecessary phone calls
• Removing the need to share personal phone numbers
• Eliminating the paper chase
• Cutting down on document errors
• Recording conversations only once
• Keeping patient data at your fingertips
• Evaluating and supervising virtually
• Allowing for true time off
• Appealing to younger clinicians

The clinical shortage is making home health and hospice agencies rethink how they recruit and retain clinicians. These eBooks explore how technology can reduce the non-clinical burden on clinicians and increase their time doing what they love—caring for patients.

Click here to download the full eBooks.

 

Download Home Health eBook

 

Download Hospice & Palliative Care eBook

 

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