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Revolutionizing Health Care Delivery and Patient Care

The COVID-19 pandemic shed light on the critical challenges hospitals face when it comes to transferring patients to facilities that can provide a higher level of care. However, this issue existed long before the pandemic. Cheryl Dalton-Norman, president of Conduit Health Partners, recognized this problem and set out to solve it back in 2017. Her nurse-first triage and transfer service aimed to streamline patient transfers and ensure timely access to appropriate care.

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How to Position your Health System for the Future

In an article with MedCity News, “Key to Health System Success: An Entrepreneurial Mindset,” Cheryl Dalton-Norman, Conduit President, shares that incorporating elements of risk that complement a health system’s vision, health care leaders can drive a sustainable growth strategy that benefits patients and staff and better positions the organization for the future.

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Conduit solutions featured in a Q & A with The Journal of mHealth

Challenges with patient triage and access existed before the “tripledemic,” defined as the recent surge in flu, RSV and COVID-19 cases. However, the “tripledemic” highlighted weaknesses in healthcare’s ability to handle the surge of patients.

What role does nurse triage play in preventing unnecessary emergency department visits and supporting health care value?

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Improve Health and Satisfaction with Patient Transfer Solutions

No one can deny that the COVID-19 pandemic put unprecedented strain on the health care system. In its wake came the current “triple-demic” of COVID, flu and RSV, coupled with a severe nursing shortage. Added to these strains, hospitals face a decrease in licensed beds, shrinking margins and supply chain issues.

Meanwhile, patient transfer processes can disrupt your emergency department’s (ED) efficiency. Your ED doctors and nurses work tirelessly to help patients but are often distracted by managing transfers. A lack of available beds, delayed acceptance from neighboring facilities and limited transportation options often leave patients waiting hours for care.

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Why Choose a Centralized Patient Transfer System

Managing patient transfers is complex, challenging and potentially inefficient. It can be time-consuming and difficult to measure the effectiveness of your transfer processes. If you can’t see potential problems, you can’t make improvements. Learn why you should choose a centralized patient transfer system today.

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