A patient’s vital signs measurements provide critical information related to changes in patient health and play an important role in physicians' treatment decisions. However, the vital signs workflow has not changed significantly in the past 30 years. See how the right balance of technology, connectivity and workflow at the point of care can improve the vital signs process.DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
The side chair allows close to 50% (according to BIFMA standards) of patients to place their feet flat on the floor with their back supported. This is an improvement over a non-adjustable exam table that leaves most patient’s feet dangling. However, a height-adjustable exam chair with a lower seat height can allow more patients to rest their feet flat on the floor which improves the accuracy of blood pressure measurements.
Use of a real-time locating system or patient self-rooming workflow can assist in waste reduction efforts to help eliminate costly bottlenecks.
Save over a minute per patient simply by bringing all vital signs acquisition to the point of care (including weight) and using an automated device.
Efficiencies are gained by bringing all vital signs capture into the exam room (including weight) using an automated device. As compared to the triage nook workflow, you save 22 seconds in conveyance time per patient.
The height-adjustable exam chair decreases the need for manually lifting and repositioning patients. The center of the room is kept open to allow a 60-inch wheelchair turning area. The distance from the door to the corner of the room (18") allows for patient egress.