Our Interactive Patient Whiteboard transforms the clinical dry erase whiteboard into an interactive experience. This communication tool helps to enhance the patient experience and align all involved parties in the patient’s care plan.
The Interactive Patient Whiteboard serves a purpose for both the medical staff and the patient by increasing the workflow efficiency and improving the consistency of care delivered to the patient. In return, you will see a positive change in your HCAHPS surveys and provide continuous communication to visitors and staff.
Like all of HCI’s solutions, the Interactive Patient Whiteboard is fully customizable to fit the facility’s brand and needs.
The Interactive Patient Whiteboard displays vital patient information, integrated through the Nurse Call, RTLS and EMR systems:
- Daily goals, activities and discharge information, with prescription information; additional customizable modules provide pain scale reporting, viewing of scans from the EMR for in-room consultation and much more
- Assigned educational content and the ability to push content directly to the patient’s in-room TV
- Eye-catching digital protocols that team members can view quickly, giving them the most important information about their patients
- Names of care team members, including clinical staff and physicians so patients can quickly identify staff on duty
- Information on members of the care team automatically update via the hospital’s EMR or nurse call system
- RTLS information shows which staff member last visited their room and who will visit next
- Rounding and other important Care Team notes and Visitor Logs keep everyone in the patient’s circle of care constantly informed
The flexibility of the Interactive Patient Whiteboard provides hospitals with an opportunity to highlight essential initiatives. The information displayed generates from EMR, RTLS, and Nurse Call systems. Since the updates are automated, the medical staff no longer need to spend time updating a dry erase board, saving time, speeding rounds, reducing clinician burnout and providing patients with the information they need when they need it.