Continuous Care Workflow
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  • Continuous Care Workflow
    Effective patient care extends far beyond the office door. Exam room design must be more flexible and functional–providing the means for ongoing monitoring of patients in addition to scheduled office visits. This design features a designated consultation zone that gives physicians the power to stay in contact with caregivers and to monitor the patient’s health more closely. Remote diagnostic tools provide a means of feedback and ongoing monitoring, supporting the continuous patient-care relationship.
    • Better Blood Pressure
    • Vital Signs
    • Real-Time Locating Systems
    • EMR Connectivity
    • Americans with Disabilities Act
    • Single Pane of Glass
    • Clinical Process Improvements
  • Flexible Care Zone
    The care zone is designed to allow left- or right-sided access and the ability to retrieve instruments and supplies at the point of care. Flexibility and proximity are important for increasing the efficiency of the caregiver and reducing the need to move away from the patient to retrieve instruments and/or supplies.
  • Consultation Zone
    The consultation zone is designed around a shared interactive display for the caregiver and patient. It allows the caregiver to review medical records and educational materials as well as set schedules for medication, reinforcing a long-term care relationship.
  • Telehealth
    Communication is focused on engaging the patient beyond the visit by using online tools such as reminders, educational materials and a means of feedback to monitor progress. For maximum efficiency, the caregiver may use the consultation zone for remote communication between face-to-face visits, saving time and utilizing fewer exam rooms.
<div class="col-lg-12"> <div class="col-lg-3"> <a href="/docs/default-source/resource-library/medical/007-1113-00.pdf" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/images/default-source/medical/midmark-clinical-solutions/proof-point-icon-mcs.png" style="display:block;margin: 0px auto; max-width:52px;" /></a> <p style="text-align: center;margin: 0px auto;color: #65cfe9;font-size: .64em;display:block;">Proof Point 1</p> </div> <div class="col-lg-9"> <div style="margin-left:15px;"> <p style="font-size:14px;">Patient-Centered Design</p> <a style="margin-top: 0px;" class="cta" href="/docs/default-source/resource-library/medical/007-1113-00.pdf" target="_blank">Read the Case Study</a> </div> </div> </div>
  • Vital Signs
  • Real-Time Locating Systems
  • Clinical Process Improvements
  • Single Pane of Glass
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • EMR Connectivity
  • Better Blood Pressure
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The height-adjustable Midmark 626 Barrier-Free® exam chair with the Patient Support Rails Plus™ accessory can be positioned to support the patient’s feet, back and arm properly for a more accurate blood pressure measurement.

All vital signs measurements are captured at the point of care including weight using an automated device. This saves over a minute per patient and reduces the risk of human error.

Use of a real-time locating system or patient self-rooming workflow can assist in waste reduction efforts to help eliminate costly bottlenecks.

The automated vital signs device is fully connected and integrated with the EMR, eliminating manual entry of patient data and transcription errors.

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") is needed for patient egress.

Connected equipment and devices are operated from the computer screen improving efficiency and simplifying the process with fewer clicks.

An examination chair with an integrated scale streamlines workflow and frees up space without the need for a floor scale in the room. The supply cart can be moved to the point of care to keep supplies in close proximity to the care zone and reduces additional steps. In-room vital signs capture (including weight) using an automated device reduces time per patient by over a minute.