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5 ways to counter hospital overcrowding with bed czars and colour codes
 

5 ways to counter hospital overcrowding with bed czars and colour codes

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Creative staff at hospitals around the world are innovating healthcare practices to improve efficiency and deal with the problem of overcrowding.
 
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15 Nov 2016 - General
 
Marinelle Castro Mela means 'large crowded people usually at an auspicious events" and "kitty party' means -act of women time passing gaming. India stands 2 nd place in population a highly crowded country as you know these robotics wont work out in India said Neelam Nath but I am strongly disagreeing to him. Beca...
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Madhubabu kaaja yhank you for sharing this article to be discussed, it good to know that brd czars are existed in some hospitals, I'm sure it will be so helpful for moving patients and it will ease the manipulation in hospitals but as Marinelle Castro said no benefit from bed czars until the ratio btween patients and doctors ar...
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Patient flow in the ER is a good topic to discuss. There are plenty of reasons for long waiting periods and overcrowding. First is the patient to care provider ratio. If this ratio is high, then no matter how efficient a nurse/doctor is, patients will still have to wait for their turn in order to be attended to. Second, the efficiency of a triage system (if there is one). If patients are poorly triaged, meaning patients with non-emergent cases gets treated into the emergent area, then the whole ...
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Bed czars is quite an interesting topic. I don't know if this was acquired in the latest trend in the hospital. However, this is actually a good idea to adapt by our hospitals here in the Philippines since we really can't avoid the incoming of patients especially if its rainy season. Through this, maybe the work will be faster and problems like waiting in the ER will probably lessened since it was reported that in some areas who uses this kind of strategy ensure that patients in the emer...
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Now that tomography machine is something. Am I understanding this right? It is a portable device that goes to the ER bed and scans a patient in the said 1/5 of a second? I would so love to see that and even more have that kind of technology here in the Philippines. Again the cost of using and maintaining this kind of equipment is again the large issue, but it would be such a dream. The HOSPI robot idea is cute, funny and cool all in one. It does help in reducing the work load on nurses, nursing ...
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Even here in my country, whether in private and public institution, the flow of patients is quite slow. One time we took my dad in and he was placed in the ER ICU, and the per hour rate was too high, our bill for the ER was 20,000--that was the biggest ER bill I've encountered, but I'm sure some people have seen larger. Anyway, just last week I saw a rant from a friend about his stay in the hospital and how they were told many times that "they were being dismissed", but they ha...
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Tahira Nawaz as you told hospital bed czars helpful to occupy with more patients fill up as it contains wheels by which beds can movable from place to another place. Wherever necessary computer tomography performed for a fast screening of body. Color allocation speeds the process. But it is costly and we can see in only developed countries. I Hope all developing countries can avail if available at acceptable pric...
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Innovation is the best solution to improve the environment in the hospital and to resolve the overcrowding inefficiency. There are few ways to that are necessary to adopt in order to overcome the increasing rush in waiting rooms. These includes the introduction of bed czar to optimize the bed space in the hospital, tomography technology can be used to speed up the diagnosis (tomography scanner can scan the patient’s body in just one-fifth of a second), robot aid for health care service, the use ...
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