Patient engagement and communication can be difficult, particularly when parents, guardians, and loved ones want and need to be included. Even the ‘simple’ task of consistently and effectively communicating before and after a hospital visit can be challenging, especially for adolescents and children.
Find out how Riley Children’s Health and Indiana University Health, the largest NICU in the state with an average daily census of around 100 infants, tackled this problem by developing universally accessible communication pathways between caregivers. Improvements included increasing patient engagement and NICU education to over 90% and completed earlier in the patient stay and reducing cancellations in its anesthesia and OR pathway by over 20%.
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