Understaffing in hospitals contributes significantly to staff burnout. This in turn affects key performance indicators such as surgical or medication errors, infections, and mortality rates. In fact, more than half of physicians in one survey identified understaffing of nurses in hospitals as an important cause of medical errors.
When clinical teams are stretched, it’s essential to make sure they’re not wasting time with inefficient tools or processes. This is a challenge in many hospitals, where clinicians struggle to locate and communicate with the right people at the right time. Call-and-wait cycles can frustrate clinicians and compromise patient care.
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